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Tis the season to be jolly… So how do we do *that* then?!

This session will take a good-humoured look at making Christmas magical without the pressure and getting through the slump between Christmas and New Year. We’ll look at triggers for stress, including nutrition, work and family pressures, and other people’s digital lives. Join us for practical tips on avoiding Christmas stress and making it into January 2021!

Recorderd on: Tuesday 8th December 2020

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Dashing through the snow towards Christmas: Preventing festive ground rush to reduce stress

As we move towards Christmas, the pressure of end-of-year deadlines, other people’s deadlines and requirements that don’t take your commitments into account all come together to create that dreaded feeling of ground rush. Our panellists discuss their experiences, how they manage it, what doesn’t help, and tips to reduce the stress experienced as a result.

Recorderd on: Wednesday 2nd December 2020

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Harassing minds: The many benefits of the neurodivergent brain

Stuck on the detail, or diligent? An inability to move on, or are they focused? Unsociable, or prefers their own company? Neurodiversity accepts that everybody’s brain works differently. There are many reasons for this, it’s what makes us so rich and beautiful. However, it can also restrict our potential and our ability to thrive. This webinar provides answers as we explore our own diversity of thought.

Recorderd on: Wednesday 28th October 2020

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Harassing minds: The many benefits of the neurodivergent brain

Stuck on the detail, or diligent? An inability to move on, or are they focused? Unsociable, or prefers their own company? Neurodiversity accepts that everybody’s brain works differently. There are many reasons for this, it’s what makes us so rich and beautiful. However, it can also restrict our potential and our ability to thrive. This webinar provides answers as we explore our own diversity of thought.

Recorderd on: Friday 4th September 2020

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How to look after our personal mental health and that of those around us

Self-awareness, resilience and understanding are all so helpful in maintaining good mental health... so how do we build those? Join this in this workshop to gain insight and skills to help you to help yourself and those around you.

Recorderd on: Wednesday 2nd September 2020

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Practical Resilience

Living and working in the challenging times we are facing right now, which can easily lead to fatigue, frustration, irritability and declining performance, it is essential that we remain resilient. However, what does being resilient really mean? how would you recognise if a colleague or family member’s resilience was compromised? are there learnable resilient competencies? what do we need to do/stop doing?

Recorderd on: Tuesday 1st September 2020

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Mental health & welfare: “Drowning not waving!“

We look at our own resilience and the challenge of what it feels like to need help. We consider how to ask for help, how to function in leadership roles when we do, and examine any residual challenges as we recover to good health. The panel comprises mental health experts, those who’ve first-hand experience and industry leaders to provide a rounded perspective.

Recorderd on: Wednesday 12th August 2020

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