With ongoing restrictions meaning many of us will be working from home for the foreseeable future, we’re helping businesses to develop their own internal employee wellbeing week or festival.
We’ll adjust content to ensure it’s relevant to your workforce and sessions can be scheduled at times to suit your business. Each session lasts between 30 and 45 minutes and prices start from just £100 per session.
Choose any number of sessions from those listed below to create a programme to suit the needs of your business and staff.
Contact Matthew – email@example.com – for more details on any of the sessions, or to discuss options for your company’s very own employee wellbeing week or festival, carefully designed to boost morale, wellbeing and productivity during this uncertain time.
Session options for your employee wellbeing week:
Wellbeing for Working Parents
This webinar aims to guide your employees who are juggling work, parenting and, due to the impact of the pandemic, home-schooling, helping them maintain their own wellbeing and stay productive. Content is anchored on proven approaches and practices and includes current advice given the changing, and challenging, situation.
How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep
This talk, delivered by our sleep expert partner, explores the relationship between sleep and wellbeing. You will find practical advice on good sleeping habits, tips for overcoming insomnia, and an opportunity for people to ask individual questions at the end.
Employee Mental Health Awareness
This session has been carefully designed to help attendees understand mental health issues that may arise in their workplace. It includes sections on how to spot signs and symptoms of colleagues that may be suffering, useful cost-effective resources, and ways to get conversations started about this delicate topic.
Feedback from a previous attendee:
“Thank you for the thought provoking webinar this lunchtime. I thought the format was great and I liked that you shared content in a variety of formats: pictures, video, audio. I also think the images you shared were really powerful. We all too often link physical with emotional state and by sharing pictures of people smiling you’ve reminded us that we’re all on a mental health spectrum and we can never assume to know what might be going on behind that smile.”
Alix Pochribniak, Senior Digital Engagement Officer, Bowel Cancer UK
Boosting Mental Health and Wellbeing While WFH
With more of us working from home, our popular webinar advises people how to start and maintain healthy habits. Such advice, insights and tips will help protect and improve attendees’ mental health and wellbeing during this uncertain time, as well as providing ways to maintain efficiency and productivity at work.
Exploring the good and bad sides of stress, how everyone has a different stress threshold, and signs and symptoms to be aware of when stress becomes unhealthy. How best to handle stressful situations and how to respond more positively to the pressures and demands of modern working life are covered, as well as looking into ways to destress and unwind.
Creating a Healthy Workplace Made Simple
This engaging session includes insights and examples from companies that are successfully implementing employee wellbeing schemes and initiatives both pre-lockdown and during the pandemic – and are achieving notable business gains. The examples can be applied to businesses of all sizes and attendees will leave full of ideas around employee wellbeing.
An Introduction to Mindfulness
Mindfulness has soared in popularity in recent years and is now being adopted by a number of businesses, who have found it hugely beneficial across teams and companies. This session explores this growth, the business benefits, how to start your Mindfulness practice and includes an easy exercise.
Managing with Empathy
The ability to appreciate the emotions of team members allows managers to become more effective communicators and problem solvers. It allows them to build rapport, trust, and relationships that generate success. This talk, explains how managers can – and should – be more empathetic, particularly in light of the current situation.
Talking Workplace Nutrition
Food has a direct impact on our energy levels and cognitive performance, which is why poor decisions can lower performance and productivity. Delivered by a fully qualified nutritionist, this webinar has been refreshed to reflect that many of us are working from home, covering areas including smart snack choices, lunch and breakfast for work performance, foods to avoid while working, and the best times to indulge. It also looks at staples to have in the cupboards to suit all budgets and family / home situations, and what food sources are good for our mental wellbeing.
Boost Your Physical Health (Despite Restrictions)
Curbing Digital Use to Boost Wellbeing
Yoga with Khadeeja
Join experienced yoga instructor Khadeeja Sheikh for Hatha yoga practices and positions over webinar. This Traditional Eastern discipline combines strength and flexibility through a series of movements linked with a focus on breathing, helping to develop a sense of inner wellbeing and calm. Lasting 30 minutes this session is suitable for all abilities.
This Latin-inspired dance workout is one of the most popular group exercise classes in the world. We are bringing it to you over Zoom, thanks to Jemma our experienced and qualified Zumba instructor. You and your colleagues can have a bogey, raise a few smiles and feel great during this 25 minute session. You don’t need to be a great dancer to take part – and if you’re feeling shy, you can always close your camera!
Managing a Remote Team
If you’ve suddenly found yourself managing a team remotely due to the coronavirus situation, this taster session is designed to assist with your ‘new normal’. Understand the shift for you and others, how to ensure good practice in what needs to change to maintain efficiency, successful communication and positive morale. Also includes advice on managing a stagnated team, in line with the possibility that teams may be split between the home and the office in the future.
For any further information regarding our employee wellbeing week offering, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.