One-hour wellbeing workshop for all staff
We believe taking care of staff wellbeing is an essential aspect of having an inclusive culture. The modern world has developed an ‘always on’ culture that has well-documented, detrimental effects on wellbeing. Good mental health at work is a key part of building an inclusive culture where everyone can thrive. Addressing wellbeing at work increases productivity by as much as 12%.
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Learn to make small, intentional changes
Human beings aren’t meant to operate like machines – at high speeds, continuously, for long periods. We have natural rhythms that influence our energy throughout the day and throughout the year. Thriving can often be achieved by small, intentional changes to your mindset, motivation, and habits. Making these changes in ways that are aligned with your values and ambitions can create a powerful difference in your life.
A wellbeing specialist has designed our one-hour workshop for staff at all levels. We explore small, intentional changes to mindset, motivation, and habits and your team will go away with practical tools that they can start implementing immediately.
Addressing workplace wellbeing increases productivity by up to 12%
Mental Health at Work
2 in 5 employees report experiencing poor mental health symptoms related to work in the last year
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Who is this workshop for?
This course is aimed for everyone across all levels. It is a great way to bring the team together.
Within the hour, this session will cover understanding the importance of individual wellbeing to the organisation and practical self-care:
- Resilience and managing stress: understanding how stress affects us physically and mentally
- Self-care: understanding your natural rhythms
- Mind: meditation and mindfulness
- Action-planning: what will you do to support your own wellbeing?
At the end of the workshop your staff will
- Understand that their individual wellbeing is important to your business
- Have increased awareness of the ‘wellbeing imperative’ and their need to practice self-care
- Leave with practical things they can do to reduce stress and increase resilience
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