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With a constantly incomplete picture and daily uncertainty in our climate, people have less information for decision-making as well as increased workloads due to under-resourcing. Managers are feeling less confident and struggling to cope, are at risk of having reduced levels of wellbeing and performance. Hear from Positive Psychologist and Wellbeing expert Alex Bailey who will share some impactful, evidence-based, and most importantly, easy-to-use approaches to empower you and your organisation with confidence to support wellbeing and cope with the inevitable demands of uncertainty. In addition, we will have a guest Amanda Lucas (Talent, Learning & Inclusion Manager, Allianz) sharing her insights and impact from her introduction of a Positive Wellbeing initiative across the business over the last 6 months.
When joining this webinar, you will come away with:
- Confidence to positively impact levels of Wellbeing for yourself, teams, and the wider organisation through times of uncertainty
- Practical and simple ‘short cuts’ to help you humanise the current context and start developing positive platforms for people to cope with complexity
In our thought-provoking, 45-minute webinar, we will be covering:
- The current climate: uncertainty and the impact on our relationships and wellbeing
- What’s the problem? increased workloads, a feeling of being constantly under-resourced, and a lack of confidence to make the right decisions in ambiguous situations
- What’s the implication for me? a risk of overload and burnout, with people not feeling equipped to cope with uncertainty, leading to drops in performance
- So how can we tackle this using a human-centric, positive relationships approach?
- 3 quick and simple activities to take away and use for you, your team, and the wider organisation
- Q&A with Alex Bailey
Alex is a pioneer of Applied Positive Psychology and Strengths Based Working in the UK and Internationally
Lead the L&D and Talent Management strategies for Region Unit London, aligning initiatives with the global L&D team