Special Offer for Mental Health Awareness Week – Now Live

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Mental Health Awareness Week starts on Monday 13th May.  To boost your Mental Health Awareness Week activities, we’re pleased to offer a Promotion Package of our market-leading webinars at a discounted price.

Based on the latest research, and addressing the top issues we know people are facing in the workplace, our Promotion Package includes webinars that will:

From now until the 1st May 2024, we’re offering the following special prices:

  • Book any three webinars from our Promotion Package for £1900 – over 15% off (that’s a saving of £350)
  • Book all six webinars from our Promotion Package for £3100 – over 30% off (that’s a saving of £1400)

And don’t worry. You’ll have from now until the end of 2024 to deliver the webinars to your teams.

All our webinars are hosted by specialists in neuroscience, positive psychology and behavioural science. We will also provide attendees with downloadable tools and resources so that they can easily translate learnings into action. If you would prefer the workshops to be held in-person, please let us know and we can accommodate this.

Click here to book your webinars, or click here for further webinar details.

If you have any questions or would like more information on our full range of webinars, please email olivia@charlottewiseman.com

 

Webinar Details:

Leadership Webinars 1. The Neuroscience of Leadership 2. Psychological Safety in Good Times and Bad 3. How to Have Difficult Conversations
All-Team Webinars 4. The Six Pillars of Resilience 5. The Power of Kindness 6. Inspiring and Sustaining Healthy Habits

 

Click here to access our downloadable pdf.

 

1. The Neuroscience of Leadership

Too often, the language and approaches to problem-solving focus on the negative: problems to be fixed, failures to address, deviations to be avoided, challenges to be overcome. Traditional approaches can generate incremental improvement, but can also limit aspiration, fail to achieve break-through thinking, and diminish enthusiasm to drive for innovation and excellence.

This course offers practical frameworks to help leaders and their teams move from seeing the organisations as a series of problems to be solved  to seeing the team and the organisation as the owners of the skills and capabilities to create success.  It helps leaders learn how to reframe challenges into a series of opportunities to excel and to create a positive future.  It will explore how to use the biopsychology of the brain to promote engagement, boost collaboration, overcome resistance to change and unlock innovation through positive problem-solving approaches and conversations with individuals, teams, and clients.

Key learning points include:

  • An introduction to the neuroscience and biopsychology of solution-focused thinking
  • Tapping into peoples motivation and inspiring others
  • A structured approach to effective positive problem-solving that leaders can use with teams or clients
  • Practical steps to optimize growth mindset and enhance retrospective learning

 

2. Psychological Safety in Good Times and Bad

Psychological safety is the shared belief of team members that they are welcome to share their ideas, ask questions, learn and raise potential concerns without being rejected, humiliated or unfairly punished. This boosts collaboration, productivity and engagement. Conversely, when teams don’t feel psychologically safe, this drives mistrust, low morale, stress and anxiety.

This course will dive into the science of psychological safety and provide leaders with an evidence-based framework to understand the hidden contributors and untapped opportunities that make a psychologically safe environment. It will include small group discussions and practical activities, equipping leaders with the tools to maximise their impact, influence and unlock their teams potential.

This workshop will include:

  • A science backed framework to understand psychological safety, unseen risks and opportunities to cultivate it in the modern workplace.
  • Identifying protective factors and barriers that promote or prevent psychological safety in the workplace.
  • Uncovering new opportunities to go above and beyond, creating a psychologically safe workplace where people can thrive.
  • A practical toolkit of daily practices, mindsets and behaviours to create a culture of psychological safety.

 

3. How to Have Difficult Conversations

Being able to handle difficult conversations is an essential skill for leaders but is something that many leaders still struggle with or avoid.  This allows situations to fester, important issues to remain unaddressed, and bigger problems to emerge further down the line. No matter how hard it may feel, it is important that leaders are able to engage in difficult conversations with colleagues, teams, and clients. This includes passing on difficult messages (even ones we may not agree with), telling uncomfortable truths, and managing conflict. Confidence, respect and vulnerability are pivotal, while maintaining honesty, authenticity and professionalism. So how can we put this into action?

This course will explore practical approaches and tactics to help leaders navigate difficult conversations. It will teach participants how to enter conversations with a positive mindset, develop trust, and maintain integrity and honesty no matter the message that needs to be given. These create the conditions for a positive conversation where all sides are able to engage fully, focus on the important issues, avoid judgement and reach a definite conclusion.

Key learning points include:

  • How to structure a difficult conversation
  • A science-backed framework to manage conflict more effectively
  • Creating a habit of delivering timely feedback, using the SBI approach, to address issues as they arise
  • How to listen and respond to the other party, managing emotions, remaining professional whilst also having empathy.

 

4. The Six Pillars of Resilience

Resilience is not only what allows us to bounce back from life’s challenges, it is also what helps us move forward with confidence after each event and function positively in the midst of change. With resilience, we can bend, but not break, and learn from every experience.

Exploring the relationship between mental, physical, social health and stress, this interactive workshop introduces the science of resilience and the six pillars that build it: health, emotional management, purpose, problem-solving, perseverance, and relationships. It will reflect on individual growth opportunities across all six domains before looking more deeply into the pillars of health and emotional management. As it does so, participants will start to understand the importance of everyday health behaviours, their ability to help manage stress and change, and the impact of emotional exhaustion on the brain.

This will include:

  • The science and neuroscience of resilience: Prevention of stress, agility in challenge, and growth through change
  • Captain of your ship: accepting and taking ownership of what we can control
  • Practical steps to use health habits to boost resilience and thrive through change
  • Evidence-based ways to regulate our emotions and boost emotional intelligence and agility

 

5. The Power of Kindness

Being kind to others has been shown to improve physical health, resilience and confidence. Furthermore, cultivating kindness in the workplace boosts happiness and creative thinking as well as making work more fulfilling.

This interactive session will explore the science of kindness and compassion, introducing practical ways to accelerate kindness towards ourselves and others. These skills for life will help participants shine a light of joy and optimism in and out of the workplace.

We will explore:

  • The art and science of kindness, compassion and curiosity
  • The importance of self-acceptance and empathy in creating an inclusive and healthy community
  • Practical tools to practice kindness in daily life
  • A kindness invitation: how can you be a force for good?

 

6. Inspiring and Sustaining Positive Habits

Why are some habits so hard to start, and others so hard to break? Why do commitments to ourselves often fall to the bottom of our priority list when life gets busy? Why do we resist certain activities and habits, even when we know some of these habits are good for us?

Trying to cultivate positive change and establish new habits can be hard, and often set backs can leave people feeling deflated, demotivated and disheartened. This practical webinar has been designed to change this cycle and set people up for success, using science-backed steps to sustaining positive habits.

This will include:

  • Demystifying habit-formation and understanding the common barriers to change
  • Understanding the ‘What? Why? How? When? and Who?’ of building positive habits
  • Exploring the four tendencies and how to adapt habit-building approaches to suit individual styles
  • Introducing the 10-minute habits that boost your willpower for long-term success

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