As an individual: Enhanced wellbeing for yourself and others
The Flourish Project ask you to think about what makes a 'Good Life'. It helps you to better understand
what underpins your own values and wellbeing and provides ways that you you can help yourself and
others to flourish - especially your own children and family.
As a parent, teacher or carer: The best possible
quality of life for those in your charge
The Flourish Project provides a unique way of helping those people that matter to us to live their lives to the full. It is a way that highlights the vital importance of happy and healthy childhoods, that celebrates the uniqueness of every person, that honours diversity, that champions family and community life and that wants everyone to be able to flourish, no matter what their age or stage. It is about understanding what a ‘good life’ looks like for them as individuals, and then helping them to achieve and sustain it.
As a health & social care policy maker: Demand Management
The Flourish Project provides a unique way of being able to understand the specific needs of individuals and how we can engage them in meaningful ‘first conversations’. This is done in a way that is not purely about ‘deflecting and avoiding’ demand by signposting to disparate resources, but by taking accountability of their presenting needs and by supporting people to build resilience within their own environments and at all levels of the model.
As a community leader: Quality Outcomes and Cohesive Communities
The Flourish Project provides a unique way of understanding what is important to your own communities. We ask everyone in the community what matters to them as individuals, what words they would use to describe the community as it is now, and what words they would like to use in terms of a ‘desired community’. We then train people to conduct conversations and tell stories so that they can build mutual trust, cohesion and sustainability.
As a service provider: Efficiency and Effectiveness
The Flourish Project provides a unique way of balancing the supply of services that you offer with the way in which you deliver those services. This includes an understanding of where and how you should focus digital channels to increase take up, where you need extra resources, and where you can reduce and end services that people do not actually value or use.
As an elected representative: Transparency, Accountability and Impact
The Flourish Project provides a unique way of determining the extent to which those who elected you can see how you and your officers are performing (in alignment with your organisation’s core values and principles).
It provides evidence of accountability and impact in the areas that matter to your electorate. It is not about ‘judging’ people or systems. Instead it is all about honesty, seeing things as they are and providing clarity in terms of priority and policy direction.