Management, Personal development

People's Health Trust - Avoiding Burnout: Managing wellbeing in the workplace online course

This free half-day (3 hour) online course is for funded partners of People’s Health Trust. Sessions are open to whoever is best placed to attend, for example staff, volunteers and Trustees. There is no charge to attend.

In this course we explore the responsibility of managers and leaders to look after the wellbeing of their staff. We will examine how wellbeing can be managed through timely communication and delegating authority to teams remotely and in the office.

You will learn how to handle difficult conversations, ask the right questions, and support wellbeing. These skills will help you develop your team into empowered individuals within your organisation.

Who should sign up?

For any managers and leaders looking to support their people more holistically, ensuring their health and wellbeing can thrive. This training will help people to seek to understand before they can be understood, putting wellbeing and productivity at the forefront of a healthy relationship with colleagues. Empowered staff are better able to make healthy and creative decisions.

What will I get out of it?

  • Explore the mindset of a coaching manager
  • Learn the tips involved in asking the right questions
  • Tips for being mindful of others
  • Framework for handling difficult conversations

What will it cover?

  • Using questions and active listening as coaching tools
  • Checking in on staff wellbeing
  • Delivering effective feedback
  • Handling difficult conversations
  • Tools to support hybrid management
  • Setting clear targets and expectations
  • GROW model
  • Succession planning
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Introduction to mental health first aid response. Mental health first aid (MHFA) is the first and immediate assistance given to any person experiencing or developing a mental health condition, such as depression or anxiety disorders, or experiencing a mental health crisis situation such as suicidal ideation or panic attack. The MHFA Response has five steps which will be covered in this course.

Trainer: George Knight

 

 

People’s Health Trust is a charity addressing health inequalities in England, Scotland and Wales. We work to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health. Visit our website here.

 

 

Register now!

Click ‘Book your place’ now to secure your space. All attendees will be sent confirmation of their booking from DSC, with all relevant pre-course information.

If you any questions or need any support to book your place, please contact DSC’s customer service team at cs@dsc.org.uk.

Training schedule

Half day online - 10.00 - 13.002 Dec 2024

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