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Management of Wellbeing Training

Management of Wellbeing Training

A course to provide managers with the knowledge and skills they require to improve the wellbeing of their staff while they are at work.
After attending the course, managers should be able to construct action plans to minimise risk and enhance wellbeing and satisfaction at work.

Course Context

This managing wellbeing training course increases awareness and understanding of the early warning signs of increased vulnerability (stress and poor mental well-being).  It has been developed around a practical framework, that managers can use to improve the well-being of individuals who work for them.

The course covers the following four factors, each of which has an influence on an individual’s well-being at work:

  • Their work pressures and demands
  • Their individual characteristics e.g. personality, behaviours, preferences
  • The characteristics of that individual’s line manager e.g. perceived management style, competences
  • Their personal circumstances e.g. significant life events

The framework used in the course has been developed and refined to ensure it is easily understood and applied in the workplace setting.  By focusing on the positive actions managers can take to enhance wellbeing at work for their staff, participants have commented on how interesting and energising they found it.

The course is highly interactive and contains a variety of group and individual exercises, including case studies, scenarios, questionnaires, group discussion, personal reflection and action planning.

  • Duration: 1-day course
  • Capacity: 12 recommended for optimum results
  • Availability: All of our in-house courses are delivered by our UK wide network of trainers
  • Customisation: The content can be tailored to meet an organisation’s individual requirements

Who Is It For?

Anyone who is responsible for others would benefit from Managers Managing Wellbeing Training – Senior Managers, Line Managers, Team Leaders, HR, Health and Safety, Occupational Health, Trade Union Representatives.

A testimonial for the Managing Wellbeing Training Course:

 

"Valuable and well received by both managers and individuals. The content included a good mix of theory and practical discussion and the workbooks and other resources are useful materials which will help in the future.”

Syngenta

Key Benefits

  • Easy to get manager’s ‘buy-in’
  • Avoids focusing on a ‘blame culture’ approach
  • It encourages investment in improved working relationships between managers and their staff
  • The training is positively focused and energising
  • Improving wellbeing at work and satisfaction enhances health in general
  • Managers are equipped with practical tools and frameworks they can use

Course Content

  • Context of Course
  • What are ‘wellbeing’ and ‘vulnerability’?
  • Effective Management of Work Pressures
  • Taking account of employee characteristics and behaviours
  • Management behaviours and their influence on satisfaction and well-being
  • Managing increased vulnerability caused by ‘circumstances’
  • Bringing it all together
  • Evaluation and close

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Please get in touch with us if you have any questions. 

We are always happy to talk about our courses and help you to work out the best match for your requirements.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

"The quality of the training has been fantastic and our employees are really engaging with the trainer and getting something out of it. Also In Equilibrium makes the whole process very easy to arrange."

— Employee Engagement & Wellbeing Officer, Sophie Holland
AGE UK
 
 

"We wanted to provide a course that taught useful and practical coping strategies that our members could put into place straight away. In Equilibrium’s experience showed us that they could provide this, and they tailored the course perfectly."

— The Association of Electoral Administrators
 
 
 
 

"In-Equilibrium recently presented Mental Health Awareness to Managers in all of our area offices. The training was really well received and all of the trainers were praised for their in-depth knowledge and understanding."

 

— Roger Bullivant Limited
 

"The training was very well received by staff who now all intend to implement the session’s practical tips and techniques into their existing roles. A large proportion of the staff rated the facilitator and their delivery as excellent and their only recommendation was for a further and longer session!"

— Leeds City College
 

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