Given the recent changes to the way we work and the restrictions on physical gatherings, our skills-based, interactive resilience webinars are a convenient and cost-effective way to introduce larger numbers of staff to the key components of resilience.
Our webinar series has been specifically designed to address three of the most strongly identified causes of low resilience: prolonged stress, poor sleep, and repetitive thoughts and emotions. They raise awareness of the relationship between resilience, health and performance, and include practice of simple resilience techniques that can be easily integrated into everyday life.
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1. Managing Self Through Change
Managing Self Through Change, our most popular webinar, combines the key components of webinars 2, 3 & 4 into a single self-management power pack.
Ideally delivered over 90-minutes, Managing Self Through Change supports participants to:
- build awareness of the impacts of change on their health, performance and relationships
- reduce prolonged and situational stress
- improve sleep
- identify and manage their locus of control – workspace, mindset and concentration skills
- more effectively transition between ‘work’ and ‘home’, and
- integrate resilience skills into everyday life.
2. Building Resilience to Workplace Stress
This webinar raises awareness of the impacts of stress on personal and professional performance. We teach participants how to control their stress physiology to reduce stress quickly, improve sleep, increase stamina and build long-term stress resilience.
Participants learn about the impacts of prolonged stress on the immune system, and how to stay calm, focused and productive in the face of unavoidable change.
3. Building a Resilient Mindset
In this webinar participants learn how to enhance their emotional resilience by increasing self-awareness and harnessing their attention. They discover how to improve their mental agility and better manage unhelpful thoughts and emotional reactions using the skill of mindfulness.
Participants explore how to apply these skills in everyday life – to stay calm, balanced and on task in the face of change.
4. Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Sleep quality is often one of the first things to be compromised when we’re faced with significant or substantial change. However there are some simple measures that we can take to improve our ‘sleep hygiene’ – to put things in our favour so that we’re more likely to sleep well.
Participants learn and practice a simple yet highly effective relaxation technique specifically designed to calm the mind at night and improve sleep quality.