Autumn newsletter aims to be a haven of positivity and calm
Welcome to our Autumn newsletter which includes:
- A motivational wellbeing tip
- Details of a new stress management in-house course for our current times
- Links to our most recent blog articles
- Specialist trainer, Karen Barr explains how learning mindful techniques may benefit work performance
- Links to helpful toolkits, resources and articles
- And finally … an inspiring story which illustrates why we should never give up on our dreams
In addition to our range of in-house courses, which can now also be delivered virtually, we have introduced an open programme of short, online courses.
These are proving particularly popular for:
– organisations with too few employees to arrange an in-house course
– new starts in an organisation who missed the original in-house training provided
– decision makers looking to sample the course before rolling it out within their organisation
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like any further information or a discussion about your requirements.
This 2-hour course explores the many different responses to the current pandemic environment.
Interactive and suitable for all, it aims to help delegates understand that many of the symptoms are to be expected in the circumstances, and that understanding these and recognising what we do have control over can help us make lifestyle choices that will protect our mental and physical health.
– Managing Declarations of Suicide and Self-harm
– Working from Home: A Wellness Action Plan
– Resilience and the Adversities of Life
– World Mental Health Day 2020
– Virtual Training is Bringing Teams Together
– Developing a Growth Mindset in the Workplace; a live, virtual course
Ask The Expert
In our latest Ask the Expert Q&A, specialist trainer and executive coach, Karen Barr explains how learning mindful techniques may benefit work performance.
View this edition’s resources here. They include links to:
– The results of the CIPD and Simply Health’s health & wellbeing at work 2020 survey
– A guide to how businesses can support staff who may be facing trauma
– A toolkit for business leaders and managers to support the mental health of employees during and beyond Covid-19
– Tips on how to sensitively talk to a neurodivergent team member
– A toolkit to answer the question, as a workplace how do we become actively anti-racist?
“No matter how bleak or menacing a situation may appear, it does not entirely own us. It can’t take away our freedom to respond, our power to take action.”
Ryder Carroll, Digital Product Designer
“Kind hearts are the gardens, kind thoughts are the roots, kind words are the blossoms, kind deeds are the fruits.”
Kirpal Singh, Author
Other short reads which may be of interest
• 4 ways to invest in employee mental health
How supporting your greatest resource in response to Covid-19 can help unlock competitive advantage.
• Don’t let micro-stresses burn you out
Helps you to identify the micro-stressors in your life and provides suggestions for how you can mitigate them.
• Restore your sense of control – despite the pandemic
Includes tips for employees, managers and organisations.
• What makes some people more resilient than others
From a series of articles on resilience in troubled times.
• You’re persistent and you’re passionate but do you have the third critical trait needed for business success?
We won’t spoil what it is but the article has a useful acronym with tips for how to use it during these current times.
… and finally …
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter. We are always delighted to hear from our readers, so if you would like to share your comments or suggestions with us, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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