Staff resilience is aimed at helping staff be the best version of themselves that they can be.
It is designed to engage people in the topic of wellbeing and the impact that their choices can have on their long-term health. It will help staff understand how the pressure of work and personal life can lead to health issues like stress, anxiety, and depression.
The session provides an opportunity to ensure that all staff know where to go for help and what is covered by any in-house wellbeing resources.
To know the difference between stress and pressure
To increase participants’ understanding of stress, anxiety and depression
To increase participants’ ability to cope with emotional distress or stressful life events and support colleagues to do the same
To increase participants’ understanding of the importance of wellbeing
Learn how to develop personal resilience
Understand their own stress tolerance levels
Leave with their personalised plan of how to increase their own resilience
By the end of this training, staff will:
Understand the impact of stress on the body and the importance of destressing
Understand the early warning signs of stress, anxiety and depression
Learn how to talk to a colleague they feel might be having issues
Learn about emotional resilience and how to develop it
Have developed a plan to build their own emotional resilience at work
Understand where to find help
Understand their own stress triggers and what impact their choices have on their own wellbeing
Understand how a willingness to learn and develop can support them
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