Tag Archives: News from the Outside

It may be cold outside but our Winter newsletter aims to give a rosy glow

Amanda Furness,

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

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Autumn newsletter aims to be a haven of positivity and calm

Amanda Furness,

This edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• A motivational wellbeing tip
• Details of a new stress management in-house course for our current times
• Links to our most recent blog articles
• Specialist trainer, Karen Barr explains how learning mindful techniques may benefit work performance
• Links to helpful toolkits, resources, and articles
• And finally, an inspiring story which illustrates why we should never give up on our dreams

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Summer 2020 newsletter includes tips for managing stress whilst homeworking

Amanda Furness,

This edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• A self-care tip to benefit our overall wellbeing
• Details of the most recent articles on our blog including “Examples of the key characteristics of a resilient manager”
• Are you and your team homeworking? Trainer Sue Butterfield offers tips to recognise & manage stress in team members
• Links to helpful toolkits, resources and articles
• And finally … some creativity that made us smile during lockdown!

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Spring 2020 newsletter offers sleep tips & coaching case studies

Amanda Furness,

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.

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Centenary newsletter includes an article about recovery from mental ill health

Amanda Furness,

This edition of In Equilibrium also includes:
• A look at micro-inequities and their impact in the workplace
• Recent blog articles on mindfulness initiatives and dementia awareness training
• A tip which may help improve your self-talk
• Trainer Dawn Hardman answers a question on recovery from mental ill health in our Ask the Expert
• Some relevant resources include tools for managing work related stress
• Practical tips for re-setting your internal clock if you are a night owl

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Newsletter 99 includes – Leaveism: an explanation & some practical tips to reduce it

Amanda Furness,

This edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• What is ‘leaveism’ and how can it be reduced in an organisation
• The value of non-judgemental listening in the workplace
• Tips for applying the law of diminishing returns
• An Ask the Expert on becoming a workplace Mental Health First Aider
• Some relevant resources focusing on mental health & wellbeing at work
• A short paws for thought

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Newsletter 97 – includes an Ask the Expert on how organisations can support staff wellbeing

Amanda Furness,

The 20th anniversary edition of In Equilibrium includes:
• In Equilibrium News – we look back over the high’s and low’s of our double decade
• A Stress & Wellbeing Tip – our latest tip offers some suggestions for those of us who are affected by the lack of daylight during the winter months
• Ask the Expert – looks at how an organisation can support staff to increase their wellbeing
• Links to relevant external resources and articles that may be of interest
• And Finally – a heartwarming story of what it’s like to prevent a suicide

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