Keeping Well: Weekly webinars

Health & Safety

As part of our commitment to health and wellbeing, particularly during these trying times, we’re launching a series of webinars starting this Monday 6 April. Please see the timetable below and click the links to register your attendance:

Monday 6 April, 2pm: Working Well from Home

  • Benefits and challenges
  • Creating a routine and getting organised
  • How to get the most out of your workstation and working environment
  • Setting boundaries when working at home with children

Tuesday 14 April, 2pm: Keeping Motivated

  • What motivates you, and why it’s important when working from home
  • What’s missing when you work from home?
  • Revisiting your routine and looking at your working habits
  • Goal-getters – creating new strategies to keep and maintain motivation

Monday 20 April, 2pm: Staying Connected

  • The importance of staying connected
  • Different forms of communication
  • Strategies to stay connected
  • How to still feel like a team remotely

Monday 27 April, 2pm: Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

  • Healthy mind
  • Keeping active
  • Healthy eating
  • Goal-getters – how to set goals to achieve a healthy mind and body

Monday 4 May, 2pm: Maximising Your Time

  • What’s getting in your way? Identify your distractions
  • Urgent vs important matrix – prioritising your workload
  • Getting things done – knowing how you work best
  • How to say no

Monday 11 May, 2pm: Managing Teams Remotely

  • A virtual team – what’s different?
  • Creating the right environment to foster productivity and trust
  • Supporting your team to deliver
  • Communication methods – how to still feel like a team

Time To Change

Keeping Well Webinar: Mental Health and Me

Join us for our next webinar delivered by mental health charity, Mind

Time To Change

Mental Health Awareness Week – Message from the CEO and Chairman

In 2017, Wilson James signed the Time To Change pledge as part of a partnership with our then-charity partner Mind. Through that pledge, we committed to making mental health as important as the physical health and safety of our workforce.

Time To Change

Mental Health Awareness Week – Share your stories

This week (18-24 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s theme is kindness. Have you experienced or made an act of kindness that has made a difference? If the answer is yes, would you be willing to make a short video recording to describe it?

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