Wellbeing is the way in which people feel holistically both physical and mentally. The quality of our wellbeing determines our capacity to functor at our maximum and to have a lifestyle balance. In the workplace, having a higher level of well-being increases productivity and team morale. With caring professionals knowing how to manage and model managing their own wellbeing will result in greater outcomes for the service, reduce sickness and increase retention.
As workplaces become busier, there has been an increase in lower employee wellbeing. When this is the case, productivity and enthusiasm levels can fall whilst stress rises.
Having a high overall level of wellbeing can help your team respond better to difficult circumstances, increase overall job performance and to improve constructive engagement with other people in and out of the workplace. Having the ability to understand how to cope better with your own wellbeing, as well as other employees and clients, will create better, longer lasting relationships all round.
The Betterminds Wellbeing Course usually runs for a single day, however, this may be extended depending on the requirements of your organisation.
This Betterminds wellbeing course will give you and your team an in-depth understanding of wellbeing and how it impacts our lives everyday.
You will learn prevention and coping techniques to help you to recognise when you or theirs around you may be experiencing poor wellbeing as well as promoting your own empathetic mindset.
You will learn modelling techniques so that you support a change in culture to sustain wellbeing in your work community.
You will also learn how better well-being can bring many benefits to you organisation overall and why it is so important for achieving business goals.
The Betterminds Wellbeing Course will be useful in all organisations and especially those where there is a culture of giving. Staff working in organisations that are geared to caring for vulnerable service user can be acutely susceptible to the effect of over-giving, to losing sight of their own needs because they are not skilled at recognising that there is a need for healthy routines and behaviours that will sustain them.
Wellbeing is vital in all organisations, it is a vital skill in all social care services including social housing, education, criminal justice, prison services, and all third sector services.