Understanding some principles of communicating is just one aspect of effective communication skills, an essential part of conducting formal investigations. This is why we often agree with course organisers to include this topic when they are looking to provide our How to Conduct Professional Investigations in the Workplace training for staff members.
In Equilibrium’s mental health awareness training courses give people the right channels to open up about mental health. Proactively bringing the issues and challenges into the open enables staff to explore strategies to create a more positive culture. These actions help the organisation to be even more future-fit when the lockdown ends.
We are currently providing interactive, engaging, live virtual training and coaching to help organisations support their managers and staff during the Covid 19 pandemic.
An interactive experience which is comparable to face to face learning and can combat the effects of isolation which many are currently facing.
This edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• A stress management tip reminding us of the link between our brain and our guts.
• Details of the most recent articles on our blog including “What is the role of a mental health first aider?”
• Are you sleep deprived? Trainer Michelle Spirit provides practical tips and advice on how to get a restful night’s sleep.
• Links to helpful resources including a new guide for people managers to deal with conflict at work.
• And finally … why we should, on occasion, take time to consider what may be behind a strange dream.
What people say about courses at In-Equilibrium
“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.”
“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.”