What is the course content?

Introduction to wellbeing

  • What do we mean by wellbeing and work-life balance?
  • The five key factors involved in wellbeing

Your own wellbeing

  • Assess your personal wellbeing using an assessment used by psychologists
  • Recognising signs of wellbeing, pressure and stress in yourself and your colleagues
  • Circle of control – identifying what you can control / influence and what you can’t
  • The value of social relationships, at home and work

Managing physical wellbeing during the working day and week

  • The difference between ‘managing time’ and ‘managing energy’
  • Managing physical energy and recharging during the busy, working day
  • Quick recap on the role of food, hydration, rest and movement
  • Identifying practical, realistic steps you and your team can take to improve your physical health and wellbeing

Wellbeing in your team

  • The link between employee engagement and wellbeing
  • Ways to increase engagement at work
  • Building effective relationships at work
  • Increase the amount of influence and control team members have at work to make the most of their time

Building emotional wellbeing – dealing with pressure and overcoming setbacks

  • Improving and maintaining our mental health
  • Managing your emotional response under pressure
  • Learning to ‘respond’ rather than ‘react’
  • Reframing – identifying thinking patterns to deal with setbacks positively:
    • ABC thinking
    • Multiple perspectives
  • Identify your ‘scripts’ and perceptions and chose what perspective to take
  • Become ‘stress resilient’ rather than ‘stressed out’

Enhancing work-life balance

  • Managing wellbeing and making the most of your time – switching off and recharging
  • Being more mindful – at both work and home
  • Achieving a realistic work-life balance – what can you do and how can you help others?

Action planning

  • Create a practical, realistic, personalised action plan for yourself and your team
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