Change has a massive impact on the wellbeing of both you and your employees. Ensuring that you are well and, in particular, have good mental health is vital for you to lead your business. Then, of course, the wellbeing of your team is essential if you are to effectively adapt and continue to be successful.
Raising awareness that there is a problem is all well and good, but what are you supposed to do about it? Yoga, meditation and mindfulness, to name just a few relaxation techniques, work fantastically for some people, but they do nothing for others. Looking after your mental health and that of your employees isn’t just about wellbeing aids. It requires a fundamental understanding of the root causes of stress and anxiety in yourself and others and then learning useful and practical ways of removing them.
You may think ‘that’s not for me thanks. I don’t have poor mental health and I don’t need to know about anyone else’s problems at work either.’ But actually, it is vital that you understand and spot problems in yourself and in others you work with. If your employees are struggling, and they end up going off sick, that is very difficult for you and very difficult for them - emotionally, financially and in terms of productivity.
If you can recognise the signs of stress and anxiety early, and you know how to respond, you can avoid complications occurring in many cases.
We will focus on how you identify whether you or anyone in your team is struggling with their mental health and wellbeing, why it is important to make engagement in this area a priority in your business, rather than a ‘nice to have’, and go through the practical tool kit you can use to support yourself and your colleagues once problems have been identified.
Through this programme you will become aware of the signs of stress that lead to poor mental health. Be able to identify causes and understand how to prevent occurrences. Prevention is always much more effective that having to cure.
Attend this workshop hosted by Rosie Runciman and Tim Thurston from TeamDoctor on Managing Workplace Change to Maintain Staff Wellbeing.
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