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The Cynthia Show

The Cynthia Show

Mental Health at WORK

 

The Cynthia Show on mental health at work brings issues to life, enabling delegates to explore attitudes, behaviours and communication.

It highlights how these impact on our mental health and well-being at work.

The Cynthia Show is interactive – we do all the acting and all we ask of you, is for your thoughts, ideas and opinions. There’s plenty of opportunity for discussion throughout the whole event.

 

″It′s fantastic.″ − PepsiCo UK

BE INSPIRED AND ENERGISED TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY IN CREATING A MENTALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE.

Rosie decides to share her story on The Cynthia Show. Watch as an effective and productive team with great morale falls apart when attitudes begin to change. Find out how they make amends, change working practices and rebuild relationships enabling a member of staff with mental ill-health to return to work.

This learning and development session uses interactive theatre to raise awareness and ask questions such as:

  • How are mental health problems caused at work?
  • What can be done to avoid them?
  • Who’s responsible for mental well-being at work?

THE CYNTHIA SHOW ONLY

Duration: Up to 1 hour and 30 minutes.

  • …to be engaged, join in discussions, change the outcomes and find out what the characters are really thinking.

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THE CYNTHIA SHOW + EXTRA

Duration: 2 hours.

  • Discussions relating the show to your work.
  • What’s working well in your organisation?
  • What could work better?

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THE CYNTHIA SHOW HALF-DAY EVENT

Duration: 3 hours.

  • Where did the problems start? How could they have been avoided?
  • A colleague is absent with mental ill-health. What do you say to them when you first meet up?
  • What’s working well in your organisation?
  • What could work better?

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HEADTORCH COMMITMENT

Every time The Cynthia Show is delivered 6% of the fee is donated to the Acumen Mental Health Adult Drama Group in East Renfrewshire, www.acumennetwork.org

"The Cynthia Show is a "must see" event for all responsible business organisations, as it so vividly enables both management and employees to embrace this sensitive but critical topic in a poignant but entertaining way. The benefits to an organisation in terms of increased well being and indeed potentially to "the bottom line" are truly substantial"

Drew Pryde Chairman - The Scottish Institute of Business Leaders

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