Sometimes work pressures become too great, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic, with workers facing isolation, pressure on mental health, emotional stress, and anxiety. Our Resilience Workshops are aimed at promoting mental health and well-being through facilitated discussion and coaching, as well as providing some ‘silver bullets’ in terms of practical skills for carers, medical staff, or those dealing with conflict or feelings of isolation in their virtual workplace.
Workshops are aimed at alleviating mental health issues through facilitated discussion and coaching, as well as providing some ‘silver bullets’ in terms of practical skills for carers, medical staff, or those dealing with conflict or feelings of isolation in their virtual workplace.
Practical skills for mental health and wellbeing
The workshops are specifically tailored to each individual clients’ needs to promote mental health wellbeing and a positive, solution-focused mindset. In addition, they deliver skills for immediate practical use in any difficult conversation or caring situation, such as bereavement or anxiety. They can be delivered over one day, half a day, or as a series of workshops, and by distance or face-to-face.
The content of each workshop is specifically created to suit each group’s needs and can include:
- Review of current challenges and achievements
- Skills for supporting others in crisis
- The Five Levels of Listening
- Respecting boundaries: Permission Protocol
- The WAIT model for critical conversations
- The “Don’t Want – Do Want” model for resolving conflict
- Skills to provide maximum levels of support where only minimum time is available
- Being ‘present’ in bereavement situations
- The solution-focused approach
People who will find the resilience workshops useful:
- Managers leading virtual teams
- Clinical staff including nurses and doctors
- Anyone managing situations of conflict, bereavement, anxiety or stress, e.g. carers
- HR staff
- Workers who have to manage virtual communication
- Coaches and therapists
For further information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +44 (0)207 022 4923