Looking after yourself
Ready-to-run live online 2.5 hour session
Up to 25 participants
£950 + VAT
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We also deliver a full-day, in-person version of this training course which provides further detail and greater scope for discussing the content in the context of your own institution’s setting and procedures.
Want a bespoke version of this session for your organisation that incorporates your protocols and branding? Want us to deliver this training in-person? Want to run this session for a group larger than 25?
We offer tailored training to fit your needs.
About our ready-to-run training
The easiest way to book our training for your team:
Select a date and time that works for you and your organisation.
Pay by debit/credit card, or request an invoice.
We'll contact you to agree and confirm your selected delivery time.
You will receive the details of your session and a Microsoft Teams link to provide to your attendees, and we'll deliver the session live and online. After the session, you will receive a report of the feedback from your participants and a copy of the course materials to share with those who attended.
This session lasts 2½ hours.
About this session
In our busy roles in higher education, it is important for us to take some time to reflect on how we look after our own wellbeing. How can we think through the different things that are causing us stress? How can we leave work at work, and switch off when we get home?
This session shares practical ways in which we can look after ourselves, both in the moment and longer term. It considers the differences between stress and burnout, and provides participants with four complementary approaches to managing their wellbeing. These approaches explore factors that influence our current state of mind, and provide a set of practical steps that can be adopted in our day-to-day activities to allow us to draw on our inner resources and activate change.
Who is this session for?
This session is relevant to everyone who works in higher education and similar educational settings - however, the approaches and practical steps covered in the session are applicable to other working settings.
By the end of this event, participants will:
Understand the differences between stress and burnout, and recognise their resilience
Be able to plan actions to support their wellbeing, by considering four complementary approaches
Take away a range of practical techniques to help their understanding of sources of their stress, to be focused and effective, and foster curiosity and value in their daily activities
Gain a foundation on which to activate change