My wellbeing

Now more than ever, it's important that we are equipped with the knowledge and skills to work in a way that prioritises our wellbeing. This workshop will help participants understand how to safeguard their physical and psychological wellbeing at work and examine some of the causes of and science behind some of the most common responses to stress.

Max 12 participants
100 mins

Impact

On your business

  • Improved performance – employees who are happy in their work and feeling at their best will be thriving more in their productivity, creativity and outputs. 
  • Increased engagement – employees who work for organisations that care for and take steps to safeguard their wellbeing are more likely to be engaged in their work and less likely to leave. 
  • It’s the right thing to do – we all know the responsibility we have as organisations to want to do the best by our colleagues, looking after their wellbeing wherever we can. 

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Understand that prioritising wellbeing is critical to workplace performance, resilience, and overall happiness.
  • Know the importance and benefits of having conversations about stress and wellbeing at work.
  • Be able to minimise feelings of stress and increase wellbeing by reframing the way they think about stress and recognise the warning signs of stress in themselves and others.
  • Identify practical steps they can take to safeguard their own wellbeing at work.
  • Identify practical steps they can take to support other people’s wellbeing at work.

Learning activities

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Workshop

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Discussion

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Online resources

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Action plan

Want to know more?

In our fast-paced and ever-changing world, the workplace demands more and more from us. Now more than ever, it’s important that we are equipped with the knowledge and skills to work in a way that prioritises our wellbeing. Without this, stress levels can creep up over time. There is a thin line between stretch and strain and when pressure tips into stress, the effects can be serious.

This virtual workshop will help participants understand how to safeguard their physical and psychological wellbeing at work and examine some of the causes of and science behind some of the most common responses to stress.

Participants will consider ways to lower stress levels in themselves and others and explore practical tips for mental wellbeing including harnessing the benefits of ‘positive stress’.

By connecting learning to their own real-life experiences, participants will leave with the tools to begin building resilience and prioritising their wellbeing at work.

Who will benefit?

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New graduates

who you want to start their careers from a foundation of building good habits that safeguard their wellbeing.

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All employees

those interested in boosting and safeguarding the wellbeing of themselves whilst also looking out for their colleagues.

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Managers

wanting to role-model good practice in taking care of their own wellbeing and extending this to their teams.

Want to learn more?

Want to learn more about our workshop content and success stories? Why not book an appointment with us today and find out more?

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