Mental wellbeing in the work place has become a real problem in business, effecting company profits and causing health problems. Mental wellbeing or sometimes referred to as wellbeing is at last being taken seriously in business today as employers realise that looking after their employees results in a healthier business and happier working environment.
Reducing stress and anxiety is now a statutory obligation which have to be addressed within the workplace. Unfortunately I see many large businesses just ticking the box by allowing wellbeing into the work place as an after thought and only giving a small amount of funds towards it. It is to their detriment in the long term as their business will suffer if they don’t look after their no one assets – their employees!
Businesses are seriously already finding employees are underperforming due to stress, anxiety and work pressures, resulting in a serious loss of revenue due to their employees being off sick.
We all know that stress can cause poor work performance, personal and professional relationship difficulties and health problems and prolonged stress can even lead to death!
Managers, and employees can minimise their stress and improve the working environment to improve the performance of their group. A win/win situation leading to a happy working environment and increased profits. This course is ideal for HR and Wellbeing Champions within Industry and Individuals wanting to learn relaxation techniques and coping strategies either for themselves or to teach to their employees.
As a result of attending this course, you can feel empowered, learn relaxation techniques and how to deal with stressful situations in a number of ways.
It will provide a very valued resource for you to improve interpersonal relationships and personal well-being. You will learn coping and relaxation techniques which have been used with great success by Teresa in her Harley Street Practice (as taught to her by Paul McKenna and the NLP guru himself Dr Richard Bandler) for many years.
Our courses are kept small to allow you personal attention.