The Problem Solvers' Guide to Keeping Stress Useful
In a typical week, how much time do you spend worrying about things you can't influence, feeling under the weather after a bad night's sleep, sorting out errors that happened (or opportunities you missed) while you were distracted by something that's bothering you, or psyching yourself up to take on that new responsibility, tackle that difficult conversation, or whatever else is stretching you beyond what's familiar?
Now multiply that amount of time by the number of people you work with - how much does it add up to for the whole organisation? This straightforward guide is designed to help you start getting back some of that time, and the energy that goes with it.
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We'll explore the process for dealing with the common day-to-day challenges, converting more of those stresses into the ones which give you energy, instead of draining it away. Helping you to reduce the overwhelm, and get back to feeling comfortably on top of whatever's going on; and promoting better Mental Wellbeing and engagement across the organisation.
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Making Your Organisation's Wellbeing Work
A successful wellbeing programme can improve your organisation’s performance, bottom line and reputation. But with all the other priorities you’re juggling, it can be tough to find time to design and deliver it. We’d like to take out some of the legwork…
Maybe your programme's just starting, and you want to maximise the results from the time and money you’re investing. Or you’re up and running, but struggling to get budget, or finding that in between the buzz of events and awareness weeks, wellbeing slips back down the priorities…. These are common problems, and they’re frustrating! So how do you get wellbeing really working?
The Wellbeing Strategy Routemap and Best Practice Guides are based on nearly 20 years’ experience of leading transformational programmes and organisational culture change; including a programme which more than doubled site productivity, and delivering £1.9M waste reduction in under 5 months (from a £500 budget). It was messy and complicated, there were lots of competing priorities, and it required engagement and behaviour changes to make it stick.
They're packed with things I wish I’d known sooner, to help you avoid the common pitfalls, and target your limited resources for maximum impact. To cut through the complexity, and take out some of the legwork of making mental wellbeing work.
Ready to create and deliver your strategy for effective wellbeing?