In this Words of Wisdom webinar, Anna will help us to spot the first signs of anxiety in our clients. She will also provide us with some Approaches and a Framework which will be helpful. Whilst this session is not designed to help us Diagnose any Mental Health issues, it will provide us with some signposts and a guide about what to do if we do see these symptoms.
Key points will include:
- What is stress
- What are the common triggers and sources of stress
- How does stress affect us mentally, physically and emotionally
- Difference between pressure & stress
Attendees will learn:
- How can we spot the signs of stress building up (stress bucket)
- Recognising our own “stress signature”
- How to start a conversation with someone about stress
- Ways to mitigate stress
More about mental health
Mental health and wellbeing at work continues to be one of the most challenging issues that managers face.
Now more than ever, employers need to ensure they promote healthy workplaces where people feel comfortable speaking to someone if they are struggling. According to the Health and Safety at Work Act, "employers must protect the health, safety and welfare at work of employees” which includes mental health. Convictions and prosecutions over a lack of mental health support have already been seen across Europe.
As April is Stress Awareness Month this session is going to be looking at pressure and stress, in particular how can we identify our own stress triggers and signs, and how can we support someone who may be struggling.
A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference.
Open conversations about mental health are more important than ever. We need your help to start the conversation – together we can end mental health stigma so please join us on 14th April.
Anna Golawski is a highly effective, post-graduate qualified coach and facilitator who works predominantly with leaders and managers in both the private and public sectors, specialising in and mental health & wellbeing and managing pressure and stress at work.
She has over 20 years’ experience working for large corporates in the public and private sector (including Harrods, IBM and Rolls Royce) and brings with her strong HR and commercial experience.
She is a published author and has written several coaching articles for magazines. She is regularly consulted for comment by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM).She has an MBA from Henley Management College and a Post Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching from the University of Chester.
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