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Spring 2024 newsletter includes a movement tip & other resources

By Amanda Furness | 28 May 2024

The latest edition of our quarterly workplace wellbeing newsletter includes a movement tip for working hours and many other resources.

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Workplace wellbeing resources – some helpful recent additions

By Amanda Furness | 16 May 2024

Our latest collection of external resources to help workplace wellbeing includes guidance and recommendations relating to a range of topics – autism employment, ensuring EDI is for everyone, information sharing in mental health emergencies at work, menopause in the workplace and women at work.

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Why we should focus on minimising employee illbeing to aid workplace wellbeing

By Amanda Furness | 16 May 2024

This post begins with some research which concludes that efforts to improve wellbeing at work are directed too narrowly. It then goes on to highlight some courses that can help employers looking to minimise employee illbeing in the workplace. They present opportunities to explore strategies that can enhance a culture of psychological safety and trust.

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Moving more at work for our mental health

By Amanda Furness | 15 May 2024

In line with the theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we offer some simple suggestions for building movement into our working day.

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The crucial role of active bystanders in the workplace

By Amanda Furness | 19 April 2024

A look at Active Bystander training and how it can help individuals challenge unacceptable behaviour in the workplace, helping to create a healthier and more inclusive work environment free from behaviour that causes discomfort or distress.

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They may not be apple or key lime, but Ted Pies can really help your communication skills

By Amanda Furness | 22 March 2024

In this article, we include a visual illustrating what the acronym Ted Pies stands for and look at how it can be used to benefit workplace wellbeing.

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Winter newsletter has tips to boost workplace wellbeing

By Amanda Furness | 13 February 2024

The latest edition of our quarterly newsletter aims to boost workplace wellbeing with tips, resources and a story to warm your heart.

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Tips for overcoming a culture of false urgency at work

By Amanda Furness | 08 February 2024

For our latest wellbeing at work tip, we look at some signs that a culture of false urgency may exist followed by suggested tips to overcome it for individuals, managers and team leaders.

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Some helpful resources for wellbeing at work

By Amanda Furness | 08 February 2024

Our latest pick of external resources includes a compassion at work toolkit, annual work-related ill health statistics, a survey into workplace adjustments for disabled employees, and a report looking into supporting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.

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Sympathy, Empathy & Compassion at work – what’s the difference?

By Amanda Furness | 24 January 2024

A look at the differences between sympathy, empathy and compassion, and the effects of displaying each trait in the workplace on both the recipient and provider. Also included is a short collection of resources for those who would like to know more about the need for and benefits of leading with compassion in the workplace.

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