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Wellbeing at work is becoming increasingly more important for organisations. Encouraging ‘wellbeing at work’ positively impacts employee’s engagement and sustainable performance.

This course explores what is meant by wellbeing and considers how organisations might really work to promote wellbeing in the workplace.

As an employer there is a vital role to play in managing staff health and wellbeing, particularly through the promotion of policies and behaviours which support a positive working culture and positive engagement.

The session combines sharing effective wellbeing tools and techniques with an opportunity to think about what it would mean to be ‘serious about wellbeing’ and the impact this can have with real life good practice examples.

Three out of five employees have experienced emotional health issues due to work.

This course is aimed at organisations which are committed to promoting emotional health and resilience in the workplace, to improve staff wellbeing and productivity.

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    Course objectives

    • Explore the connection between emotional health and resilience, and consider why we need resilience
    • Assess our own resilience
    • Recognise the indicators of stress and identify sources of support
    • Introduce the keys to resilience – the knowledge, behaviours and skills which can enhance our resilience
    • Identify practical steps we can take to build resilience.

    Who should attend?

    This course is useful for all staff across your organisation.

  • Our trainer

    Tahira Hussain (MBPsS), has extensive experience working in the statutory and voluntary sector. She had a 22-year career in social work, mental health, community development and housing. Having worked in the social housing sector as part of an equality and diversity unit, Tahira has a successful track record in consultancy, training and project management. She is a graduate member of British Psychological Society (BPS) and the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). She has worked as a mental health professional practitioner for a number of NHS Trusts nationally and is a private therapist providing assessment and treatment services to individuals, legal firms, schools and corporations. She is a qualified trainer on safeguarding, professional boundaries, equalities, stress management and personal development. As a freelance consultant her clients include local authorities, the education, health and housing sector nationwide.

We can bring this course to you.
If you have five or more staff interested our in-house training offers great value for money.

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