In Equilibrium Newsletter – Spring 2021 edition

In Equilibrium Newsletter – Spring 2021 edition

Amanda Furness,

The latest edition of our quarterly newsletter includes listening tips, an ask the expert on tackling challenging online behaviours whilst maintaining team spirit, as well as many other health in the workplace resources.

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A secret worth remembering

A secret worth remembering

Amanda Furness,

In her column for our Spring 2021 newsletter, Amanda finds that taking the words of the quote, “The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life” to heart, brings its truth to life.

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Building Growth Mindsets to Manage Pressure

Building Growth Mindsets to Manage Pressure

Jan Lawrence,

A Growth Mindset is of particular value in helping us manage or avoid stress.  It helps individuals sit more comfortably with uncertainty, be more honest about their feelings of vulnerability and not feel scared at the prospect of reaching out for help and support.

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Managing Burnout: A new, live, virtual course

Managing Burnout: A new, live, virtual course

Jan Lawrence,

This live, virtual course will help participants understand what has caused the symptoms of burnout and introduce them to practical actions that will help them to positively address the condition based on the latest scientific evidence of what works and what doesn’t.

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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.”