With ever increasing pressures, it’s of growing importance that we utilise the tools that make us resilient. This course will explore the impact that stress has on mental and physical health and it will provide your workforce with a range of practical tips and strategies to support wellbeing in your organisation.
In the 2016 there where 15.8 million working days lost due to mental health issues (including stress, depression and anxiety)
According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), in 2015/16 over 480,000 people in the UK reported that work-related stress was making them ill. This amounts to nearly 40% of all work-related illness.
Yet many employees are reluctant to talk about stress at work. There is still a stigma attached to stress and people still think they will be seen as weak if they admit they are struggling. But stress is not a weakness, and can affect anyone at any level of an organisation.
It is therefore important that an employer takes steps to tackle the work-related causes of stress in its organisation and encourages employees to seek help at the earliest opportunity if they begin to experience stress.
This course will give delegates the opportunity to consider the impact of stress on workforce wellbeing. We will explore the impact that stress has on our mental and physical wellbeing and provide practical tips and strategies for managing stress and building mental and emotional resilience.
- To consider the impact of stress on mental and physical wellbeing.
- To explore the roots to and of mental wellbeing by providing an introduction to ways of developing resilience and promoting positive mental and emotional health.
- To provide strategies for managing stress and promoting wellbeing.
- Able to define the term ‘health’ and stress.
- Understand their individual responsibilities towards their own health and wellbeing.
- Identify protective and detrimental behaviours that affect health and wellbeing.
- Develop skills, strategies and activities to support their own wellbeing.
- Improved knowledge and understanding of mental wellbeing.
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