Healthy Work Events
Forgiveness and Shame at Work
This webinar is led by award winning TedX speaker, author and consultant Lis Cashin – shortly to be featured on a BBC documentary.
Lis struggled to learn forgiveness following experiencing major trauma as a teenager and feeling responsible for the death of a friend.
She now teaches that when we feel safe at work, physically and mentally, we bring our best selves to work, meaning both team and individual
potential can be realised. When organisations reward behaviours that increase trust and promote forgiveness, they benefit from a much
more productive, resilient and innovative workforce.
We will cover aspects such as:
– How to foster forgiveness at work
– The impact of not forgiving in the workplace and the link to shame
– What are the personal and business benefits of forgiving someone?
Heather will be speaking at the HSE 360 event in Brussels looking at practical approaches to Organisational Wellbeing.
IIRSM West Midlands Branch Presentation
Heather will be running a similar presentation online, looking at practical approaches to Organisational Wellbeing.
OneWISH for Stress Awareness Week 2022
Keep an eye out for the agenda of the Week with the theme of Leadership and Engagement for Psychologically Safe and Healthy Workplaces as I am closing the week with a talk about managing our own resilience and mental health in a post-covid world.
An Engaging Overview of 45003
Featuring Kate Field of BSI and Peter Kelly of HSE.
“The BEST webinar on 45003 I have been to” (a delegate)
Legal Issues in a Hybrid World
Hybrid working brings so many benefits, but also new challenges for organisations with EDI, with culture and engagement and also with logistics and working methods.
This webinar looks at the legal challenges by bringing together an HR Lawyer – Pam Loch (Loch Associates), with a health and safety lawyer, Amy Sadro (Eversheds Sutherland).
We will look at questions such as:
– Fire marshalls and first aiders – can we insist that some of these come into workplaces and are we covered if they don’t!
– If someone doesn’t have an appropriate place to work at home, can we insist they come into the office?
– Where do we stand if someone refuses to come into the office?
– Can we take payments away for e.g. London waiting
And many other issues…..!
Introduction to Suicide First Aid
Following World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th – the theme is “Creating hope through action” and we are encouraging as many people as possible to take action – to learn to spot the signs of someone struggling and intervene in a way that helps them get the help they need, before they arrive at a point where they feel completely overwhelmed, desperate and hopeless.
Every single one of us can make a difference in preventing death by suicide – how we speak about it, our attitude towards it, our ability to know what to say and what NOT to say to someone who might be struggling with difficult thoughts.
This 60 minute online session is designed as a taster of the half day which our tutor, Andrea Newton can provide within your organisation.
Andrea is not only experienced and qualified but very down to earth, and over the years she has worked with a wide variety of individuals and industries, from construction to emergency services, from NHS to motorway patrol staff.
She will help you understand the difference YOU can make, whatever your role, responsibility or relationship.