Boost! A One Day Wellbeing Training Course

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On our one day Wellbeing programme we will address your personal wellbeing challenges in a safe, respectful, and holding environment.

Much is said about work-life balance, wellbeing and mindfulness – but what does it all mean? And how do you get better at it?

The secret to improving your wellbeing at work is often about managing pressure when demand is high.

This can mean two things:

  1. Getting on top of your to do list, so you have better output and feel more in control.
  2. Reducing stress ‘spread’ and knock on activation of other team members, line managers and business partners.

We all have different ways of managing pressure. On this one day course, we’ll help you to identify your personal unhelpful patterns around managing your workload.

We take an individual approach, with a range of simple techniques to suit your personal style. So you can begin to harness and build confidence to manage yourself under stress, in a way that’s contained and effective.

It’s practical and provides lifelong skills that will allow you to thrive and tread lightly through your personal and professional life.

Our wellbeing course is designed and facilitated by Doug Osborne, a respected psychotherapist, who teaches counselling psychology at Roehampton University and has delivered these wellbeing short cuts across industry, for the Fire Service, Media, Tech Services, Charities, Retail and Banking & Finance, for nearly two decades.

Boost! Wellbeing Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this one day training course you will:

Understand a model for the four areas of wellbeing and how they are interconnected

Learn how, when under pressure, you are affected by the four pillars.

Identify the immediate, short, and long term effects of sustained pressure

Learn how your work-life balance can be monitored and adapted for greater efficiency

Identify and change how your individual balance is affected by sustained high demand or ‘firefighting’

Create a personal package to help you to work through high demand/firefighting periods

Use humour to work with your ‘high demand’ characteristics

Have a specific toolbox of practical techniques to increase mindfulness and improve resilience