Would you like your employees to have greater energy, productivity and enthusiasm? Would you like less sick days and a lower staff churn-rate? Would you like to be both happier at work and get more done?
Well-being training supports staff be healthier, happier and therefore more productive. Studies from the Health and safety Executive, the CIPD and academic institutions repeatedly find a direct link between employee well-being and performance, yet few organisations invested in training managers in well-being. Our bespoke well-being management training courses take a practical approach to workplace health for leaders. As business training providers we value examining both conventional angles on physical and psychological well-being (diet, stress management, exercise, stress) and introduce alternative health perspectives (e.g. mindfulness, meditation and alternative therapies) in a grounded way. Our well-being training courses are usually conducted on business / organisational premises. Integration Training is based in Brighton (Sussex), Birmingham and London UK and we work all over the UK and Europe. Training workshops are normally one day in length, though we deliver shorter and more in-depth courses. Like all of our management training the courses. We can also help you with well-being surveys and other aspects of staff well-being.
Well-being Training Learning Outcomes
At the end of the staff well-being training course delegates will:
- Have knowledge of aspects of diet that effect well-being, health and performance, including caffeine, drug and alcohol consumption
- Have knowledge of the importance of exercise and how to achieve regular exercise even when in a busy corporate/ business environment
- Have knowledge of how to get enough good quality sleep and the importance of this for health
- Have improved emotional intelligence and skills around emotional well-being and empathy
- Be able to spot warning signs of falling well-being
- Be able to mediate and “centre” under pressure
- Know about the range of alternative therapies available and which have an evidence-base
- Have practical tools for managing stress and build resilience
- Have made informed choices about their coping mechanisms
- Have commitments to well-being at work, in their wider lives and a plan for ongoing learning