Short in duration, our webinars are suitable for a large audience, where broad information on the topic is required.
Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace.
The aim of this webinar is to increase participant’s understanding of mental health and their awareness of mental ill-health particular to themselves and/or their colleagues. The webinar will present an overview of common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. The session will enable participants to reflect on the common misconceptions regarding mental health difficulties and aims to promote positive mental health and self-care in the workplace which has benefits for all.
Stress and Resilience in the Workplace
This webinar will increase understanding of the stress cycle and stressors. It will explain the importance of resilience and how to build positive resiliency skills and provide participants with tools for improving their own resilience.
Providing Effective Feedback
This webinar will provide an overview of how best to provide effective feedback from the top down and the bottom up. A strengths-based approach to providing feedback will be proposed with advice for participants on how to implement simple structures in their feedback to affect positive change.
The Importance of Psychological Safety in the Workplace
Psychological safety means a lack of interpersonal fear. At work, it is the belief that allows you to express yourself without the fear of being humiliated for asking questions, airing concerns, sharing ideas or admitting mistakes. Feeling psychologically safe is essential in an organisation that aims to promote good mental health among its employees. This webinar will explain the concept and propose ways to establish a culture that has benefits for all.
Substance Dependency – Dispelling the myths and increasing awareness
This webinar will look at the most commonly used drugs (both legal and illegal). Information on the effects of these substances will be shared along with information on seeking help for a person with a concern in relation to their own alcohol and/or drug use or a family member.
Keeping a healthy Work-Life Balance
With varying work arrangements in place in many organisations, including hybrid working, the need for a healthy work-life balance is more important than ever. Striving for this can prove challenging in the new working models. This webinar will provide insights and advice from a psychological perspective, suggesting techniques that help individuals to access and improve their own work-life balance.
Burnout: What to do when feeling stressed and overwhelmed
Burnout is widespread. Recent research looked at over 10,000 global employees across seven countries, and found approximately 70% of people experienced burnout in the last year (Source: ASANA Workplace Management 2022). This webinar will explore and provide practical, step by step approaches and techniques to address the effects of burnout in a healthy way. This will include defining burnout, how to recognise it, how to address it and most importantly how we build resilience to avoid it.
Improving Professional Boundaries
Covering the importance of separating personal life from professional life, this webinar will provide suggestions on improving professional boundaries, explore the warning signs that a person’s boundaries may be slipping and ways to address this.
Sometimes we care for everyone except ourselves. This webinar will discuss the area of self-care and its’ importance in our lives and in the lives of people around us. The webinar will provide a practical outline of the steps needed to create a self-care package for each participant.
Discussing areas such as mental health issues, substance misuse and life changing events (divorce, bereavement, illness etc) can be challenging for managers and people leaders. This webinar will address how to have meaningful and appropriate conversations around topics that are sensitive and personal in nature. The training offers strategies to enable managers to interact sensitively with colleagues who are experiencing distressing situations and provide tools to support them.
Managing Change and Transitions
Change is constant and managing change can be challenging. In this webinar we will look at the psychology of change, why change can often be difficult and provide advice on how to manage transitions in our lives. This will include practical suggestions for a variety of situations such as re-entering the work environment after a prolonged absence.
Understanding difficult feelings
This webinar will look at the area of emotions. To feel is to be human, but what happens when the feelings are overwhelming? This webinar will explore some of these difficult feelings and provide practical, step by step approaches and techniques to address these emotions in a healthy way.
Tackling Stigma in the Workplace
Stigma is defined as a set of negative and often unfair beliefs that a society or group of people have about something. Stigma in the workplace can lead to a reduction in productivity, increased sick leave and employees leaving their employment. The personal impact on the individual who is being stigmatised can be detrimental to their mental and physical health. This webinar will share ways to identify, manage and reduce stigma in the workplace.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
This webinar will explore the area of equality, diversity and inclusion as it arises and ways of understanding and dealing with this issue from a psychological perspective . The area of bias, specifically unconscious bias will be discussed and explored. It will allow time and space for participants to reflect on these areas and how they affect both their personal and professional lives.
Taking care of your mental wellbeing
Everyone feels that sometimes we are so busy working or looking after other people that we can let our own mental health slip. This webinar will look at this area and provide practical suggestions to build on generating good wellbeing.
Challenging Behaviour in the Workplace
While at work, there can be times when we encounter difficult and challenging behaviour. This webinar will examine our own perception of challenging behaviour and explore practical ways of managing this, including checking in with ourselves and our own feelings. The webinar is focused on understanding and responding to this behaviour and will provide advice on how to communicate effectively when faced with this in the workplace.
Managing people in need
This webinar is geared for managers looking after their staff or managing people who may have someone in need in their family: How do you feel when you have a colleague who is struggling? This session will provide practical tips on offering support and signposting the colleague to appropriate services should they wish to avail of them.