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Why saying ‘Ski and Do’ makes the difference

Why saying ‘Ski and Do’ makes the difference

The last time I’d skied abroad with my sister was just before the pandemic turned our world upside down – two whole years ago.  This year, we were up for it big

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1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour – Writing for Wellbeing

Join us for the 1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour Writing for wellbeing – learn how to free write Register here 3rd February 2022 12 – 1pm with Ali McDowall   The

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1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour: Rachel Suff, CIPD

“Mental Health Awareness for Managers – why the CIPD says, it’s a MUST!” 1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour (we know, this month it’s the second!) Guest Presenter:  Rachel Suff, CIPD Senior Policy

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Who’s the Gold Medal winner?

Simone Biles pulled out of the Olympics due to her mental health. She felt able to speak up and speak out publicly.  This is a great day to celebrate her

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Stephen McAllister on Mental Health

“Mental health for me means being able to remain calm and focused when under pressure, while maintaining a sense of perspective whether things are going well or not so well.

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Self-Awareness – Nick Payne

Nick Payne talks about:  Self-Awareness, everyday tips to supporting people’s mental health at work At June’s First Thursday Wellbeing Hour Nick Payne, On Sales Trade Director at Budweiser Budvar UK Ltd, wowed us with

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TACT: Chief Superintendent Catriona Paton

TACT: Tactical Advantage through Changing Thought  – consciously thinking differently Chief Superintendent Catriona Paton wowed us with her presentation. We learned about the importance of being tactical – tackling situations

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Wellbeing Paths & Destinations – Alison Smith

Many thanks to author, speaker, coach and Headtorch Associate, Alison Smith for a tremendous event on Thursday.  Alison talked to us about wellbeing using her poem as stimulus.  The metaphors encouraged

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Mike Chitty – A Business World That Cares

“Imagine a business world that cares …” Really interesting insights from Mike Chitty on what makes us care and why this is important for organisations. Fascinating and thought provoking talk

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Geoff McDonald: Work’s Mental & Wellbeing

“The energy of our people is our most important asset” … Geoff McDonald talks passionately about the importance of having the wellbeing of our employees as a top strategic priority.

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Peter Kelly Podcast
“If there’s ever a moment when health & wellbeing can make a difference, it’s now.” “The pandemic was the biggest unprepared change for the last 100 years.” “Two tectonic plates colliding – the pandemic and the recession.” … and here’s practical tips to deal with this. Highlights from September’s Wellbeing Hour with Peter Kelly – […]

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Podcast – Professor Denis Fishbacher-Smith
“Find your inner gorilla – not aggressive but protective” – helps sustain confidence during the tough times “Fall down seven times, get up eight” – when that’s hard, know we’re not alone, look for support, talk to someone you trust “Even monkeys fall from trees” – we all make mistakes   Some highlights from Professor Denis Fischbacher-Smith […]

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Wellbeing Hour Podcast Miles Kean
“Getting help – the best investment I’ve ever made.” “Worried?  94% of what you worry about doesn’t happen … and here’s a strategy for the other 6%.” On Work:  “Work at 75-80%, always leave something in the tank.” Describing mental health: “Refreshing!” Some of the highlights from the Wellbeing Hour with Miles Kean of Coutts […]

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Wellbeing Hour – Miles Kean
“I wish I’d talked earlier.”  Miles Kean got to the point where he wasn’t sleeping and could no longer function properly before he was forced to address his mental health issues. This experience, and his healing journey, lead him to co-found a wellbeing initiative within the Natwest Banking Group. This has been rolled out to […]

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Wellbeing Hour – Naziyah Mahmood
“Acceptance & Innovation: Thriving not Surviving”  Naziyah Mahmood – Earth Intelligence Sales Engineer, Spire Global Chair Person for the Scottish Government Equality & Wellbeing Manufacturing Working Group 16 June @ 12 Noon via Zoom & Free ” ‘It’s better to be a warrior in a garden, than a gardener in a war.’ This old proverb […]

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Inspiring comments from Peter Cheese, CEO of #CIPD, in his opening speech - about the need to focus on health & w… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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