Workshops & events
- Wellbeing days that are both enjoyable and empowering.
- Learning with a clear, people-centric focus addressing key issues.
- Workshops and training in topics as diverse as healthy eating, energy, motivation and mental health.
One day workshop for those who want to make a real difference to their workplace culture, by empowering others to talk about mental health to reduce stigma.
Exercises will focus on building on participants’ existing knowledge of mental ill health and develop their skills to become effective Mental Health Champions.
How to keep yourself well
Stimulating and interactive half day workshop offering participants the opportunity to develop mental health awareness and understanding through a variety of thought provoking games and exercises.
Caroline Hughes – HR Administrator, urbanest
Neuropsychology teaches us that humans don’t like uncertainty. But in an uncertain world how do we over come this?
This workshop examines us humans as pack animals and explains why social connection is so important.
The workshop is structured around a workbook which each participant receives addressing six different areas that affect self-confidence:
Working through a series of exercises participants conclude by identifying and owning their personal strengths. They then have the workbook to take away as a resource.
As understanding of the link between what we eat and how we feel continues to grow, organisations need to pay more than lip service to employee nutrition. But above and beyond maintaining fresh contents in the office fruit bowl, what should companies be doing and how?
Mood & Food combines interactive exercises and food tasting sessions designed to help people:
Sleep promotes recovery from illness, increases work performance and boosts mood. We will spend around one third of our lives sleeping, yet 1 in 3 UK adults describe themselves as insomniacs.
This workshop provides a range of research-based ideas and activities to help promote both the quality and quantity of your sleep.
You will gain:
Anna Bond, UK Sales Director, Pan Macmillan