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Spring 2023 edition of our quarterly wellbeing at work newsletter

Welcome! This edition of our wellbeing at work newsletter, aims to  put a spring in your step and we hope you will find something of interest or value.


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Dignity at Work training case study
We're delighted to have recently added a new case study to our website that highlights the effectiveness of a dignity at work training programme for managers. We are very grateful to Sharps Bedrooms Limited for sharing their experience.

Developing a Growth Mindset course update
In addition to our longstanding course for individuals, we can now deliver a course solely for leaders and managers. Flexible options are available to help those in leadership roles understand the power of developing a growth mindset culture and how to cultivate this in both themselves and their team members.



Having trouble sleeping?
We’ve created an infographic with 8 tips, included some helpful resources, and provided details of our short workplace training course with strategies to promote a good night’s sleep.



Introducing 3 new courses to help workplace wellbeing:
Understanding Vicarious Trauma
Constructive Conversations in the Workplace
Performance & Development Conversations Training for Managers



Why Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse is a Workplace Issue
We look at the business case, provide some helpful resources, and highlight why awareness training can be the catalyst for actions to help create a safe & supportive workplace for anyone experiencing domestic abuse.



Mental Health Awareness Week - free event
To kick off this year's Mental Health Awareness week, we are offering a free 45 min webinar at 10am on the morning of Monday 15th May. Specialist trainer Christine Clark will facilitate this short session packed full of facts and tips on anxiety, this year's theme.
Find out more about this webinar and register to receive the joining instructions by visiting our event webpage.



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Overcoming limiting beliefs
What are limiting beliefs and how can our awareness of them reduce stress?
Discover some tips for both individuals and leaders.





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We've created a new overview page with some of the most popular Q&A’s from this regular feature and invite you to have a browse.

If you have a wellbeing at work question which isn’t covered, please let us know and, if suitable, we'll put it to one of our expert trainers and feature it in a future edition.




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In her latest column, Amanda looks towards an upcoming goal with a mixture of optimism and trepidation ... read it here.





Our latest round up of external wellbeing at work resources include:
1. Employee financial wellbeing: a practical guide
2. Organisational versus individual risk assessments
3. The C-suite's role in well-being
4. The results from the world's biggest trial of the 4-day week
Find out more and the links to these resources  here.




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"When I look at the world I am pessimistic, but when I look at people I am optimistic.”
Carl Rogers, American Psychologist



“No matter how much pressure you feel at work, if you could find ways to relax for at least five minutes every hour, you'd be more productive.”
Dr Joyce Brothers, American Psychologist and Writer





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4 ways being a 'super helper' could be harming you
Managing stress at work: three things your employer could do for you
Toxic culture, inadequate management, lack of training – the HR lessons from the Casey review
What's it like when your job involves wading through others' suffering? I was left weeping and hopeless
(Our new Understanding Vicarious Trauma course may be of interest to any organisation whose staff assist or witness others' suffering)
What not to say when you don’t know how to pronounce a co-worker’s name




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As we approach this year's Mental Health Awareness week, this post from Positive.News highlights 17 projects they shone a light on last year which are boosting and improving wellbeing for many.
Read it here ...

Recent articles on our blog....

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The crucial role of active bystanders in the workplace

April 19, 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

March 22, 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

February 13, 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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