Take control of your wellbeing, and protect against stress and strain.
Designed by business psychologists at The Wellbeing Project, these webinars draw on the latest research to maximise your wellbeing. They include practical models, tools and techniques that you can put into practice straight away.
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Physical energy is crucial to our resilience. In this session, we’ll explore how to fuel and nourish your body, hydrate easily, sleep like a baby and find ways to exercise for fun. You can’t increase the number of hours in a day but you can boost your energy levels and, with them, your performance.
- Understand how your energy impacts your resilience
- Discover the science of physical energy management
- Learn how to maximise and sustain your energy levels
- Build an energy action plan
Knowing what we want and how we’re going to get there gives purpose and meaning to what we do but, with today’s busy lifestyle, we can easily lose sight of where we’re going. In this session, we’ll focus on getting back on track to achieving what you really want both at work and at home.
- Discover how future focus builds your resilience
- Learn what to do when you’re feeling stuck
- Get clear on what needs to change
- Create an action plan to get back on track
Positive mental energy keeps us going when times are tough. By keeping things in perspective and dealing effectively with setbacks, we can remain focused, motivated and confident in our own abilities.
- Sustain confidence in your own ability and judgement
- Understand your locus of control
- Build a growth mindset
- Boost your motivation
- Balance performance and recovery
Sometimes, things just don’t work out as we’d planned. Being able to adapt and flex can stop us getting ‘stuck’. In this session we’ll learn how to identify and to challenge unhelpful thinking patterns. We’ll step back and reflect on the opportunities and possibilities open to you, ensuring you avoid the pitfalls of problem-mode and remain in solution-mode.
- Understand how flexible thinking supports your resilience
- Take control of your mood using the Mood Map
- Identify personal ‘thinking traps’ that keep you stuck
- Use the ABC of resilient thinking to challenge cognitive distortions
- Apply ‘reframing’ to open up new, more effective, ways of thinking
It’s a common myth that resilient people are lone warriors. Science has proven that the most resilient people enjoy strong relationships and have good support networks both at home and at work. Join us for this session and learn how you can ensure your relationships are as strong, resilient and rewarding as they can be.
- Understand how strong relationships foster personal resilience
- Get clear on your support network
- Strengthen relationships with the emotional bank account
- Make a plan to build a key relationship
The 5 Pillars of Resilience
Summary of the 5 Pillars of Resilience.
See individual pillars for more details.
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