This programme provides a core curriculum in managing wellbeing for anyone with direct reports – i.e. those responsible for managing people. It is equally applicable to senior managers as it is to middle and more junior managers. This should be complemented by other training your HR, H&S or L&D team might organise such as Diversity and Inclusion, Managing Performance Appraisals, Managing Safely, Managing Meetings – all of which will add to the effectiveness of your managers and their ability to have a team which thrives.
Managers should also be encouraged to attend sessions on individual wellbeing.
Each course can be bought separately (90 minutes each) or ran as a programme over a period or within one day on a face to face course.
It is also suggested that your Managers also attend Sessions on Individual Wellbeing too.
Managing Healthy Flexible Work
This course is designed with an appreciation with many of the same principles as managing home workers, but also takes into account specific issues such as dealing with communication, creating work/life boundaries in your team/creating opportunities for corridor chats
- Management of Homeworkers
- Understanding safety at home
- Workstation and short cuts
- Routines and work/home boundaries
- Physical and mental health
Managing Conversations for Wellbeing
This course is designed to give confidence to managers in having a conversation with someone struggling. That they don’t need to have the answers when they open that conversation up, that they know the best practice and the law (in the UK or globally) for handling such a conversation.
- Why do conversations for wellbeing matter?
- Preparation for a conversation
- A structure for a conversation about wellbeing
- A- awareness
- B-Be present
- C -Co-create a plan
- D- Duties as a manager
- Practice through case studies
Managing for Wellbeing
This course is designed for managers to understand their personal role in the wellbeing of their team and the importance of self-awareness and self-management
- Organisational wellbeing
- The importance of role modelling, boundary setting and one to one communication
- The trip hazard of perfectionism
- Looking after yourself