Stress-Management

Our stress management training is carefully structured to illustrate how the risk of stress can be minimised for individual managers and employees and for the organisation as a whole.

Developing-Resilience

A UK pioneer in resilience training, we have developed resilience training for all employees including resilience for managers and developing personal resilience.

People at In Equilibrium

A co-founder of the business, Alastair knows the content of our courses and consultancy inside out and back to front.

 Also a co-founder, Jan is the technical specialist of the company.  She can also advise on course content and availability.

 All of our trainers have a passion for their area(s) of expertise and the ability to engage delegates with an enthusiastic style.

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Our purpose is to provide training and consultancy services to enhance resilience, health and wellbeing in the workplace.

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Good working relationships are important to us. We invest our principles of clarity, flexibility & honesty in our work.

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It's natural to have questions about training and how it fits with your organisation. Our FAQs can help you find out more.

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View case studies for some of the in-house training courses we have delivered to different types of organisations across the UK.

Testimonials

It was a great boost to my confidence and has allowed me to assess our current change climate more openly and to offer support to my staff that I trust will assist them through this period.

Argyll & Bute Council

I came out of the training with a clear understanding of the difference between overt and covert bullying. One participant said ‘I got everything I need to perform my role more effectively.'

Birmingham City Council

It was a very well facilitated session which gave everyone a chance to talk about how they felt in a safe environment and left everyone feeling positive, closer as a team and energised to move forward.

RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People)

We wanted to provide a course that taught useful and practical coping strategies that our members could put into place straight away. In Equilibrium’s experience showed us that they could provide this, and they tailored the course perfectly.

Association of Electoral Administrators

After working in Health & Safety for the last 14 years this course is by far the best behavioural course I have attended. It has opened up my opinion on identifying issues at work.


Bachy Soletanche

The day was delivered with complete professionalism.

Stovax Heating Group

Organisations we've worked with

Newsletter 97 – includes an Ask the Expert on how organisations can support staff wellbeing

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The 20th anniversary edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• In Equilibrium News – we look back over the high’s and low’s of our double decade
• A Stress & Wellbeing Tip – our latest tip offers some suggestions for those of us who are affected by the lack of daylight during the winter months
• Ask the Expert – looks at how an organisation can support staff to increase their wellbeing
• Links to relevant external resources and articles that may be of interest
• And Finally – a heartwarming story of what it’s like to prevent a suicide

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20 years on – In Equilibrium’s journey of resilience from 1998 to today

On our 20th anniversary, we look back over the company’s history and can see why it’s been described as a case study in resilience.

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Resources include a workplace stress toolkit & a guide to mental health

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The resources featured in our final newsletter of 2018 also include the latest H&S at work summary statistics, a report on the effectiveness of unconscious bias training and a new men’s health strategy.

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