“[What are the] biggest challenges in relation to staff working remotely?”
In a recent People Management and CIPD survey …
“70 per cent cited ensuring employees’ physical and mental well-being.”
HeadSkills is a live online programme designed increase the awareness of mental health and wellbeing, especially during the Covid pandemic.
These are run as webinars or interactive workshops and between 30 to 60 minutes long.
Designed to help you look after yourself and your colleagues.
The programme is made up of a series of 10 live interactive online sessions. Each session aims to build confidence, knowledge and inner strength.
The programme can be tailored to fit your organisation’s needs.
In these uncertain times, there’s never been a more important time to support your staff
get engaged – contact Headtorch now
I attended a wellbeing webinar called Get the Picture by an external company called Headtorch. It was absolutely excellent. It was all about your individual mental health & well-being with tips on how to spot triggers and help you throughout your working day in these unusual times - really good!
HeadSkills Delegate, Financial Institution
We are always happy to answer your questions.
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…if you’ve not read it yet, you can now, get a copy of Personnel Today (20th March) to read Amy McDonald’s article.
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Take 5 sugars in your coffee!
I used to give myself ‘eating rules’ – ‘Only fruit for lunch!’ ‘One sweet thing per day!’ ‘…and not before 4 o’clock!’ Both bulimia and anorexia played their parts. I saw a doctor, an unforgettable experience. “How much are you eating? How often are you eating? Do you take sugar in your coffee?” “No,” I […]