In Equilibrium Blog



Effort or result – which do you reward?

Effort or result – which do you reward?

Amanda Furness,

We’re used to being rewarded for results achieved, but could rewarding effort be fairer and result in benefits for not only wellbeing but also productivity and performance?

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A valuable lesson re-learnt

A valuable lesson re-learnt

Amanda Furness,

Amanda is reminded that doing others a favour can rekindle some good, plus a few not so good memories, but brings with it a lesson she’s grateful to be reminded of.

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Mental health, inclusion and suicide prevention resources

Mental health, inclusion and suicide prevention resources

Amanda Furness,

Our spring newsletter included links to recently published resources on the topics of: building the case for a workplace wellbeing strategy, creating the right conditions for mental wellbeing at work, empowering employees to bring their whole self to work, guidance for suicide prevention, and developing an organisational culture of EDI.

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A spotlight on our peer coaching service

A spotlight on our peer coaching service

Amanda Furness,

In a short article, we focus on our peer coaching service and look at when it can be a useful tool, how it works, why those who try it tend to go from initial resistance to avid adopters of the process, together with a look at a few of the unexpected benefits reaped by those who engage with it.

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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.”