Our latest release of WorkLife eMag - Special Coronavirus Edition covers the incredible and unexpected impact of the coronavirus in the workplace, helping workers and employers successfully face and overcome unprecedented challenges. —
Delivering expert advice covering several areas that affect personal and professional life, the reader will find within its pages a shining light of hope and positivity that will carry them through these, particularly hard times.Discover several articles covering all relevant areas that were suddenly affected and reshaped, whilst learning precious advice, tips, and techniques on how to thrive under social isolation.
For the employer, in particular, it delivers a clear map on how to navigate through troubled waters. By clearly stating the personal impact on its collaborators and what it translates into in terms of financial impact and productivity, it proves as a valuable resource on which to rebuild and rethink a stronger and renewed foundation.
Its aim is to serve not only as a mere operating manual for this crisis but one that can easily be adapted in any other that may arise.
A guide on how to stay afloat whilst assisting teams to stay strong, keep focus and develop renewed team mechanics to beat the odds.
Elaborated by a dedicated team of 18 people that spans over 9 countries, each to its field of expertise, it was possible to create under exceptional circumstances, an edition that delivers and lives up to its principles of clear guidance as it helps cope with a unique moment in our history.
If we could do it, we want to inspire you to follow those very same principles.
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This particular edition was built as a survival manual for all of those that are feeling the growing anxiety, the emotional stress and daily challenges faced at this moment in time. It is a roadmap leading to deliver the necessary tools to keep the workplace more united and stronger than ever, no matter the circumstances.
The current Coronavirus pandemic has seen an incredible spike in fear, uncertainty, panic, and anxiety in individuals and workplaces around the globe.
To face the coming challenges in the workplace and the world at large, it is critical that employees respond to the challenges presented with a stable, grounded, and clear presence of mind.
It is essential for the sustainability and future of the business, and equally for the health and wellbeing of each individual employee, that organizations align the very best mental health expertise, and most powerful and positive paradigms so that staff can proactively deal with whatever occurs in the coming weeks and months.
Staying Strong Through Coronavirus is a crisis specific, online training course designed specifically in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. This online training course assists employees to manage the fear, uncertainty, and stress created by the current situation. So they can stay resilient and look after their mental health and wellbeing while remaining adaptable and operating in the most effective and productive ways possible throughout the crisis and its aftermath.
Please visit https://wplms.wmhi.com.au/course/staying-strong-through-coronavirus/ and enroll now.
About the Organisation: The Workplace Mental Health Institute is the leading peak body for research, advice and training relating to workplace mental health.
We focus on the development of Workplace Wellness Programs tailored to the organisation that have a robust ROI, and provide practical tools that get elegant results for the organisation, its leadership and its teams.
We deliver a range of training courses and workshops including Workplace Mental Health Masterclass for Leaders, Mental Health Essentials, Resilience At Work, Suicide Prevention Skills, Elite Edge – Leadership & Resilience, Mindfulness At Work, Mental Health First Aid, Workplace Wellbeing Strategy Masterclass, Trauma Informed Care, Wellbeing Conversation and Online Courses for Workplace Mental Health. We also design tailor made training courses to suit the specific needs of your group or organisation.
We have provided training to a range of organisations including PwC, MSS Security, AMP Capital Services, Westpac, The Star Group, Defence Housing Authority, Department of Planning and Environment NSW, Western Sydney University, George Weston Foods, DLA Piper, IGLU and many more.
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Organization: Workplace Mental Health Institute
Phone: Sydney: +61 2 8935 3885 London: +44 207 154 8225 New York: +1 332 900 7010
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