Managing Your Wellbeing In The Workplace
Workplace wellbeing is far more than a bowl of fruit on the desk and Pilates at lunchtime, it is about how we feel about work and our workplace. How we draw meaning and purpose from our work, what our contribution means to us and how we make it count. When we are immersed in our work, when we draw meaning and purpose from it, time flies by and we feel an enormous sense of achievement. When we are simply trying to ‘get through the day’ the opposite can be true, and it can be very stressful; and often exhausting.
This course is designed to help you manage your wellbeing whilst working from home, a modified workplace or a remote site. It is focused on the work-life integration requirements of juggling the challenges of the pandemic with personal and social life. Conceding that work has changed beyond recognition over the last 12 months, this is now likely to be interwoven. This course will equip you to recognize and adapt to the ‘new’ workplace, whatever that entails for you.
A one-day programme where you will have the opportunity to exam and reflect on working
life, examining these four areas as you progress through the course:
This course is aimed at all levels. Uniquely, the pandemic has impacted on the entire workforce, therefore this course will be of equal value no matter what role or position you hold. It is suitable for both teams and individuals.
Delegates will be given the opportunity to explore what workplace wellbeing means for them personally, understanding…
For leaders there will also be opportunities to understand how to develop these facets of workplace thinking in their teams. The course is oriented to focus on the positive.
10:00 - 16:00
£595 + VAT
Civil Service College, Westminster, London
Ian has held a long-term interest in workplace Wellbeing. He introduced the concept and phenomena of Leaveism to explain human behaviors associated with workplace workload and stress.Read Bio
Ian has had a long-term interest in workplace Well-being, Leadership and associated literature. He introduced the concept and phenomena of Leaveism to explain human behaviours associated with workplace workload and stress.
His article on Transformational Leadership during Change was voted one of the top management articles by the UK Chartered Management Institute. His previous book, Wellbeing at Work (KoganPage) examined how to design, implement and evaluate an effective well-being strategy. He is currently working on the 2nd Edition, which will be published by KoganPage in late 2023.
His current work is focussed on the considerable changes to working practices and terms and conditions that are being enacted in the face of unprecedented change programmes associated with the global pandemic. Crucially, what interventions are effective and enable a fulfilling working life for employees? His book, Managing Workplace Health and Wellbeing during a Crisis (KoganPage) was published in 2022.
Ian hold QTLS and Chartered Manager status and is a Member of the Society for Education and Training, and a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.
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