Health and Wellbeing at Work – some useful tools

Health and Wellbeing at Work – some useful tools

Amanda Furness,

According to a recent survey health and wellbeing issues are affecting employees’ ability to carry out their day-to-day roles. We thought it might therefore be helpful to present a round-up of some of the health and wellbeing articles and resources on our website.

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Mindful Safety

Mindful Safety

Jan Lawrence,

An enlightening look at the role mindful safety can play in increasing focus & concentration and aid health and safety in the workplace.

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Training Locations Spring 2017

Training Locations Spring 2017

Ellie McLavin,

Just a little insight into some of the locations we have worked in this Spring – some beautiful spots and all very different!

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Try becoming mutually unplugged

Try becoming mutually unplugged

Amanda Furness,

Our latest stress management tip encourages you to become mutually unplugged to help increase you & your team’s productivity by reducing the impact of daily workplace interruptions.

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Hints & Tips

Hints & Tips

We have a wide range of handy hints and tips for managing stress, developing resilience.

Resources for Managers

Resources for Managers

A selection of resources designed with the role of the manager in mind.

Customer Comments

Customer Comments

See our customers' comments after attending our training courses.


What people say about courses at In-Equilibrium

Biffa Waste Services

“The course, which has been rolled out to all our Managers, has been extremely well received and has provided practical and helpful advice in tackling, managing and reducing stress in the workplace.”

Birmingham City Council – Stress Management Training

“I particularly liked the fresh approach to the subject exploring the impact of stress on the body and looking at different strategies to control stress using the PIC formula and Stephen Covey’s, Time Management Matrix.”

Birse Metro Limited

“This course was exceptionally well-presented, and managed to be both informative and effective, with a minimum of jargon. The afternoon was very useful in helping to identify and focus on the real causes of stress, and how to alleviate their effects.”

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