Friday, 10 December 2021,
12:30 to 13:30
Returning to the workplace is happening at speed following the lifting of the COVID-19 restrictions with many returning to the office faster than they may be ready for. The pandemic has had a significant impact on the population – both those who already had physical or mental health needs, and people considered otherwise ‘healthy’ who have developed new difficulties.
This seminar will explore the key elements of why we need to have a proactive approach to managing wellbeing in the workplace:
- Understanding how mental health and stress can present in the workplace
- Understanding what it is to be ‘proactive’ and not reactive
- Understanding how a proactive approach is likely to then reduce stress related sick days and increase team performance
- Building a culture that supports mental health and wellbeing
The seminar is aimed at management level and other senior staff of organisations and businesses, in their capacity as decision makers who can lead the improvements in workplace wellbeing culture. However, the subject matter impacts all of us so please join for an interesting and thought-provoking session.
Emma Swan of Thrive Safe will be leading this seminar.
About Thrive Safe
The company was created after identifying a need to merge education on abuse/trauma and how it impacts people, combined with a desire for people to feel empowered to manage their own wellbeing and support others in the process.
"The lotus comes from the murkiest water but grows into the purest thing." – Nita Ambani