The Science of Wellbeing Program is designed to help keep workforce wellbeing in check. It teaches a wide range of techniques and practices in four key areas: mental, physical, social and environmental.
Built on the science of behaviour change and healthy habit formation, this program will reduce stress, and increase productivity and engagement.
The objective of this program is that attendees will feel more confident and capable, boost relationships with others, increase physical vitality, their sense of accomplishment and personal fulfilment in life.
Delivered across four two hour sessions over two weeks, this course carries the option of a 180 EI Assessment.
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Without knowing this, businesses won’t thrive and survive ever changing market forces.
Assessment reveals where any gaps are enabling coaching to be given to enable the individual to identify their solutions to close those gaps.
What’s not to like?
No matter how rich/poor someone is, they need to have their finger on their financial pulse.
This is critical for those with limited financial resources. Knowing where money is spent, where efficiencies can be made, how to grow it, who to help when things go wrong is vital.
But where is this subject taught? Rarely in the home and rarely in education. As employers are usually the main source of income, do they have a responsibility to teach the basics of money management?
It’s well researched and proven that financial worries impact wellbeing and positive mental health.
In the UK, many are unaware that the majority of people on benefits (Universal Credit) are actually working full-time!
So, whilst basic financial planning needs to be taught, I wonder if there also needs to be an examination of pay verses profits in our culture. Many working in national and global brands are on a minimum wage. Yet the shareholders of those company reap robust dividends. We accept ‘celebrities’ earn millions from reality tv yet nurses, auxiliary staff in the NHS, delivery drivers of essential services etc – earn far less. We saw how vital these services were during Covid.
The only way people on limited financial resources can move forward is with the tools to do so.
Basic finances is something we teach on Growing Talent so everyone going into work can manage their money and grow it.
Time for us all to be more savvy with our money every day – don’t you agree?
Teachers the world over choose to do an often difficult but rewarding profession – moulding the minds of others and encouraging them to find out who they are/who they want to be.
Whether they are teaching in an affluent country or a remote village the other side of the world with little resources, they are all trying to do the best for their charges.
Covid has put another layer of pressure on.
All this on top of the responsibilities of supporting their own family and friends.
Shouldn’t we recognise and praise all teachers and educators everyday?
Not just teachers in education, but corporate trainers, parents, support workers, sensory specialists, in fact any ‘educator’ in any walk of life is a ‘teacher’.
Without those ‘teaching’ us, showing us the ropes where would we be?
Teachers and educators, you are respected and appreciated.