Living in today’s world isn’t easy, let alone adding the fears and uncertainties around COVID-19. Whether it’s as a parent, partner or professional, we are now living in extraordinary times.
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Author: Emma Ogilvie talks about her own anxiety and how her company’s practical skill-based online programmes are proven to reduce it.
With many people facing a long stint of self-isolation, remote workers still need to think beyond physical wellbeing and consider their social, mental and emotional health.
As fears about COVID-19 increase worldwide, unscientific claims and unreliable advice are spreading fast. Drawing upon the latest information from a variety of trusted public sources, this course cuts through the confusion by offering an in-depth look at what a coronavirus is and what makes COVID-19 unique.
Resilience Development Company is proud to announce that they have been confirmed as the Silver winner of the ‘External Learning Solution of the Year Award’ at the 2020 Learning and Performance Institute’s (LPI) Global Learning Awards.
Student mental health & performance requires a platform of resilience to be truly preventative & that means a different approach to mental health in school.
Do your boardroom discussions typically focus on targets, shareholder value, margins, five-year plans, quarterly results, headcount and competition and marketing plans? And ignore the elephant in the boardroom – stress?
Conventional wellbeing programmes are rarely designed to target the often unconscious or ‘not talked about’ aspects of workplace culture that silently affect its leadership style and people’s habits, beliefs and behaviours.
A blinkered drive towards meeting organisational outcomes for success at all costs, often ignores the fundamental importance of sustaining a happy and engaged workforce who genuinely want to come to work every day. So, leadership cannot afford to ignore poor attitudes and behaviours in themselves and others and acknowledge the potential and necessity that a more resilient workplace culture is both possible and likely.
Redundancy can be a very stressful situation for all concerned and no matter how professional you think you are, it’s emotionally, physically, mentally and socially draining. Here’s 7 things you can do today if you are facing redundancy.