Health and wellbeing coaching workshops

To support managers and their employees cope with life’s daily challenges.

 

Wellbeing is influenced by our day to day experiences, and when managed well can have a positive effect on employees and their work environment.

Working with you, we'll create a tailored programme of Health and Wellbeing, focusing on reducing work-related stress and improving the mental and physical health of your employees - supporting them to be more focused and productive in their roles and less prone to absenteeism.

Each of our sessions can be delivered face to face on your premises, or remotely via online video conference for those employees working from home. These can be delivered in a group setting or as an individual.

Delivered by an experienced wellbeing practitioner, these sessions are designed to equip managers and employees with the tools to help manage their mental health by reducing stress and building resilience.

Wellbeing workshop topics

We've created a series of interactive workshops that focus on different areas of wellbeing including; resilience, physical activity, nutrition, mental health and sleep and more.

Throughout these sessions, participants will learn how to understand and identify the early warning signs indicative of a dip in their mental wellbeing, and how early intervention plays a positive role in self-management. 

You can select the topics you would like us to focus on depending on the current need.

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Mental health

- It's not negative it's normal - Famous faces - Understanding more - Myths and facts - Signposting

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Sleep

- Why we need sleep - Creating the right sleep environment - What we consume and how it affects us - Who wants to be a sleeping millionaire?

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Physical activity and nutrition

- Exercise guidelines - Working ‘out’ from home - Recognising stress - Nutrition: what good looks like

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Building and developing personal resilience

- Resilience: it's an important word - The problems with multitasking - The circle of concern - Positive psychology - How we respond in times of stress

Health and wellbeing top tips

We have created some short (2 minute) wellbeing 'top tips' videos and we are pleased to share them with you here.

Taking back control

‘Taking back control’ provides some helpful advice on letting go of the things you can’t control and instead, focus on the things you can.

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Going digital

‘Going digital’ provides some helpful tips on how to be mindful of the time you spend on your gadgets consuming news and opinion to prevent becoming overwhelmed.

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Exercise

‘Exercise’ top tips highlight the benefits of exercise on your overall mental health and wellbeing.

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Working from home

'Working from home' provides some helpful information on how to plan your workday more effectively, especially as the increase of video conferencing is used to keep in touch.

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Working to your rhythm

‘Working to your rhythm’ is about understanding the time of day when you are most alert, and planning your workday around this to be most effective.

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Staying happy

And finally, 'staying happy' is all about making sure you take the time to do things that well, make you happy.

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Featured insights

To understand more about the type of content we cover during our wellbeing workshops we've developed these related articles which highlight some of the keys areas of discussion.

  • Sleep – a foundation for good mental health

    In our previous article, Ways to beat the stress in your life, we introduced the idea that sleep is fundamental for good health. We highlighted some simple steps you can take to improve your ability to achieve a good night’s sleep, and in this article, we delve a little deeper.

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  • How to manage the stress in your life

    While stress may be an inevitable part of our personal and work lives, there are signs you can look out for and some easy ways to manage and reduce its impact. 

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Caroline Pearson

Divisional Customer Services Director +44 20 7280 3240 EMAIL
London - Farringdon Street | UK
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Ben Massey

Business Development - Occupational Health & Hygiene +44 (0) 1235 437 100 EMAIL
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Milton Keynes | UK

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