Contact Info  0208 226 6244 Arch 200, Prebend Gardens, Chiswick, London W6 0XT

employee engagement

3 Wellbeing Webinars To Improve Employee Engagement

3 wellbeing webinars to improve employee engagement

Employee engagement very much seems like the most recent buzz word when it comes to looking after the health and well-being of employees within an organisation. Breaking it down into plain old English, employee engagement is simply improving the relationship between employees and the organisation they work for.

How can an organisation get employees to work to their full potential while also feeling happy about it?

Organisations look at lots of different ways to engage employees but in this article we’re going to look at three well-being webinars to improve employee engagement, improve mood, reduce stress, reduce anxiety, decrease sick days and increase productivity!

Our good old saying is “A happy workforce is a productive workforce”

Coping with stress wellbeing webinar

Stress is a part of most people’s lives and for some individuals it’s something that they live with daily. This can impact productivity, quality of work and overall motivation. Although there are times when stress is beneficial, like when it motivates us to get things done or take action, for the most part, stress is uncomfortable and inconvenient for the health and well-being of many of us.

This webinar in particular focuses on the fact that stress is not what happens to you. That’s right, stress is not what happens to you. Stress is how you think and how you feel about what happens to you. Mind-blowing stuff right?

We talk about the reasons we may be stressed and how we can use simple and effective techniques to help reduce our stress levels, allowing for a happier working day. Some of these techniques include; breathing exercises, self-evaluation methods as well as alternative coping methods.

Check it out here for more info

Working from home, best practice methods wellbeing webinar

Working from home is now looking like it’s going to be a thing of the future. With the pandemic forcing many of us to have to work from home it’s now helped companies realise that employees can get work done without being in the office. However, how many companies have been providing useful and necessary tips to avoid physical discomforts, aches and pains while hunched over a laptop on the sofa or bed. (This is not something we advise) Have you started to experience and any aches, pains or discomforts since working from home?

This session talks about the easy and practical things we can do while working from home to reduce our physical discomforts, improve our working work home experience and be in a much healthier state to ensure we can maintain a productive and happy working day. Some of the topics include posture and how we can adapt it at home, how we can safely and effectively incorporate movement into our day, as well as simple tips on reducing eye strain, improving brain function, and maintaining a happy and healthy working day while being in the comfort of our own home.

For more info check it out here

Coping with change and anxiety returning to a new normal

The pandemic has undoubtedly left some sort of scar on many of us. It’s been a unique period of change and transition and many of us have no idea of the process that we have been through. Many of us have had periods of anxiousness and some may still be anxious now. (There’s no shame in that). This session describes the process we’ve been through using a transition model and how we’ve been able to adapt during the pandemic. We look at the anxiety cycle and how we can use a structured process to help reduce our anxiety levels. Avoidance feeds anxiety!

Anxiety is such a big topic and although all aspects can’t be covered in a short webinar session it is certainly a useful session into how our mind works and how we can work towards coping with anxiety towards our fears. The brain is a glorious and wonderful part of the human body but it is also very complex and complicated and learning more about it helps us to understand how we can cope when we’re faced with challenging situations.

For more info check it out here