Wellbeing & life skills

Wellbeing is a combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional, and social health factors. Wellbeing is strongly linked to happiness and satisfaction. It is described as how you feel about yourself and your life.

If we have a positive sense of wellbeing, we feel comfortable, healthy and happy. At work this makes us more creative, more productive and more satisfied with our achievements. 

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Mental Health in the Workplace

We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health. And just like physical health, when we neglect our mental health, we put ourselves at risk of unnecessary suffering. Due to the amount of time we spend working and the inherent stresses and strains of the workplace, understanding how to identify and address mental health issues in the workplace is incredibly important.

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The impact of living

in a VUCA world



This has an impact on organizations and industries in terms of changing strategy in response to a changing environment. But living in a VUCA world can also have a huge impact on individuals - increasing levels of stress, anxiety, and ill-health - unless we develop the skills and the mindsets that enable us to cope, adapt, and ultimately to thrive.

There are physical, emotional, and mental elements to improving individual wellbeing, all of which involve becoming more self-aware, self-confident, and self-sufficient.

Self-awareness is using evaluation and reflection to become more conscious of our emotions as we experience them, what triggers negative or disruptive emotions, and our individual strengths and weaknesses.

Self-confidence is trusting in our own abilities, capacities and judgments, and developing the belief that we can successfully face the day to day challenges and demands that life throws at us.

Self-sufficiency is developing the internal resources to provide our own solutions and applying the skills and strategies that we have learned at the right time and in the right way.

Psychological safety in teams and learning
Psychological safety is fundamentally about interpersonal risk-taking. How do you judge the risk? What is at stake? Is the risk of speaking up greater than the risk of not? What are the likely consequences if you do and don’t?

Whether people feel safe enough to speak up is influenced by three key factors:

1) Previous experiences
2) Impression management
3) My opinion won't count anyway - why bother?

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