Sacked Staff Allegedly Reveal Motives Behind Prince Harry’s BetterUp
Partnership with Invictus. Former employees have reportedly shed light on Prince
Harry’s collaboration between BetterUp and the Invictus Games, suggesting
ulterior motives such as securing military contracts and gathering valuable
BetterUp, a human transformation company, recently announced a renewed
partnership with the Invictus Games Foundation, aiming to provide support to
the Invictus Community composed of service members globally who have
experienced life-altering injuries or illnesses.
As an official partner, BetterUp offers services such as one-on-one coaching,
live group programs, community support, and personalized assessments developed
by Ph.D.s and behavioral scientists. The first in-person activation of this
partnership will be the support for the Invictus Games Foundation
Conversation, set to take place during the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 in
Germany. BetterUp shared its excitement about partnering with this resilient
and inspirational community on Instagram.
However, a source has accused Prince Harry of potentially using the Invictus
Games as a platform to benefit his company, BetterUp, or for reasons that may
lead to questionable practices. According to a sacked staff member, the
company might secure military contracts related to Veterans Affairs and gain
access to valuable data through its partnership with the Invictus Games.
Notably, they operate without being bound by strict data protection
regulations, potentially allowing them to share any data they collect from
Furthermore, it’s pointed out that BetterUp employs coaches rather than
licensed mental health practitioners, raising concerns about the quality of
care provided. Some critics argue that the company’s involvement in supporting
veterans and service members could be driven by financial interests rather
than genuine care for their well-being.
While some individuals still hope for the success of the Invictus Games as a
means of helping veterans, they also express frustration with the perceived
exploitation of these events. Critics claim that only a small portion of the
proceeds generated by these partnerships actually reaches the veterans, with
most funds seemingly benefiting corporate interests.
Additionally, there is criticism regarding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s
involvement, with suggestions that their participation may not genuinely
prioritize the well-being of wounded veterans or the long-term sustainability
of the Invictus Games. Some argue that their actions, including Megan’s
attendance at the event, may be more self-serving than altruistic, further
fueling skepticism about their intentions.
Despite these allegations and concerns, it remains to be seen how the
partnership between BetterUp and the Invictus Games will unfold and whether it
will genuinely benefit the Invictus Community as intended.