Wellbeing at work relates to every aspect of working life, from the working environment to how the workforce feels about themselves.
Supporting the health and wellbeing of the workforce is essential.
We have created 2 courses which explore emotional wellbeing and how this affected by performance pressures, managing time, competing priorities and the complexity of working with other people’s stress and how this can impact our own well-being. We will share and reflect on the importance of recognising signs and symptoms in ourselves and colleagues. We will also consider skills and practice techniques to increase resilience.
The course will be tailored to your organisation and staff and can be delivered as a separate Manager course to include supervision and support.
Staff Training – 1 day
- Explore anxiety and stress; when and how they manifest themselves and how to recognise the symptoms in ourselves and colleagues
- Consider how working with other people’s stress and trauma can impact on our own wellbeing
- Understand what we mean by the terms Burnout, Secondary Trauma, Vicarious Trauma, Moral Injury.
- Consider good practice in terms of support for staff, personally and organisationally
- Explore techniques to support ourselves to increase our own resilience to stress
Managers Training – 1 day
As above to also include:
- How to recognise and potentially reduce the symptoms in our teams and in ourselves
- What “good” supervision might look like and practicing reflective conversations
- How to have wellbeing conversations with staff
- How to increase positivity in the workplace
- All courses are offered on a Face to Face or Virtual basis.
- Bespoke & Open Training Courses Available.
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