Archive | May, 2014

You are Invited to! Building a Resilient Workforce Workshop – 11th June 2014

30 May

Building a resilient Workforce

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 from 08:00am to 10:15am at Corporate Health, Slough

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Over 30 businesses attended our last event, so make sure you or a representative attends this free event

Local businesses need to be working together as a community

 Get involved as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility

Make a commitment to Slough

Resilience is defined as a set of conditions that allow individual adaptation to different forms of adversity, and often characterised as inner strength, fortitude or hardiness. High levels of emotional and physical resilience empower employees to cope better with life events.A resilient individual is able to cope with challenging situations, at work and outside work, to spring back and often succeed against what might seem to be insurmountable odds. Get Involved

This event will also be a great opportunity to network, learn, meet key partners and providers of related services and get involved in the Slough business community.

To register, email your name, company name and contact details to Bob Jones (SBCP) at bob@sbcp.co.uk

AGENDA

08:00 am 08:20 am

08:40 am 09:05 am 09:25 am

09:45 am 10:15 am

Registration/ Coffee, Tea

Interactive session: What practices do you have
in your business to build resilience in your workforce?
Brett Edwards Corporate Health

Secondary Mental Health Care Services in Slough

Susanna Yeoman Deputy Locality Director

How a resilient workforce can benefit your business

Helen Wray Mars Chocolate UK

Legal considerations regarding promoting resilience

Lesley Baker – Lambda Mediation & Rajiv Joshi Morgan Cole

Questions & Answers Departure

 

You are Invited to! Building a Resilient Workforce Workshop

15 May

Building a resilient Workforce

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 from 08:00am to 10:15am at Corporate Health, Slough

sww

Over 30 businesses attended our last event, so make sure you or a representative attends this free event

Local businesses need to be working together as a community

 Get involved as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility

Make a commitment to Slough

Resilience is defined as a set of conditions that allow individual adaptation to different forms of adversity, and often characterised as inner strength, fortitude or hardiness. High levels of emotional and physical resilience empower employees to cope better with life events.A resilient individual is able to cope with challenging situations, at work and outside work, to spring back and often succeed against what might seem to be insurmountable odds.

Get Involved

This event will also be a great opportunity to network, learn, meet key partners and providers of related services and get involved in the Slough business community.

To register, email your name, company name and contact details to Bob Jones (SBCP) at bob@sbcp.co.uk

AGENDA

08:00 am 08:20 am

08:40 am 09:05 am 09:25 am

09:45 am 10:15 am

Registration/ Coffee, Tea

Interactive session: What practices do you have
in your business to build resilience in your workforce?
Brett Edwards Corporate Health

Secondary Mental Health Care Services in Slough

Susanna Yeoman Deputy Locality Director

How a resilient workforce can benefit your business

Helen Wray Mars Chocolate UK

Legal considerations regarding promoting resilience

Lesley Baker – Lambda Mediation & Rajiv Joshi Morgan Cole

Questions & Answers Departure

 

Wednesday 14th May – Free HR and Managers seminar – How to deal with employees who suffer a bereavment

10 May

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The Impact of Bereavement in the Workplace – Facilitated by Child Bereavement UK

Aimed at HR Directors/Managers, EAP and Occupational Health personnel, Senior and Line Managers

Wednesday 14th May – From 9:00 to 11:15am at Corporate Health head office, Slough, Berkshire

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Bereavement is one of the most common factors affecting employees’ performance at work, with an estimated one in ten employees affected at any point in time .

Yet a recent report by the Dying Matters Coalition, together with the National Council for Palliative Care and the National Bereavement Alliance, has highlighted that bereaved people in Britain are being failed by a lack of support in the workplace.

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