In Equilibrium Blog
Following last month’s call from the Government to employers to “burst the stigma associated with domestic abuse”, we highlight the training we can deliver to explore the complexities of domestic abuse and learn how to recognise, respond and intervene to support victims in the workplace.
This edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• Details of a new facilitated 2-hour course to stimulate joint action planning within teams working together in a virtual environment
• Some tips to help calm us when we feel anxious
• Dr Karla Benske, trainer and coach, answering a burning question relating to unconscious bias training
• A reminder of some of the amazing acts of kindness, compassion and empathy from around the world last year
The CUSP framework can be applied to any situation where pressure is present, particularly useful during the pandemic. What it does is get you thinking about your options in a structured way. There are always options because the experience of stress is individual and depends largely on perceptions. If you can change or influence someone’s perceptions, the way they think about a situation, then the stress can be prevented or reduced.
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.”