About this event
In April 2021 'Keep mental health front of mind' publication, the CBI quoted the following statistic: for every £1 invested in mental health by employers, they get £5 back. If covid has demonstrated anything, this statistic should not just apply to employees: leaders must also invest in their own mental health and wellbeing.
If you are a business leader determined to make your mental health and wellbeing a priority in 2022, do you know how to go about achieving this? If you don't, you are in good company because many business leaders have a poor understanding of their own mental health and wellbeing, with issues such as burnout being commonplace. If you would like new, powerful ideas, techniques and strategies to flourish through the good times and be resilient in the face of adversity, this workshop is for you.
The workshop is led by Mark Evans, an experienced coach and therapist with over 16 years of experience working in business, higher education, the Employee Assistance Industry, and private practice. Mark will take you through the six stages of his transformational IMPACT model, which he has developed, supporting thousands of clients to achieve good mental health and wellbeing.
IMPACT: discover why conversations drive good or poor mental health and wellbeing, and how to have conversations with impact to make the difference you are after
MEANING: learn why emotions are really messages containing vital information about our difficulties and challenges and how to acknowledge, translate and respond to them
PATTERNS: identify the unhelpful patterns of thinking, behaving, feeling and relating that underpin issues such as burnout, and learn how to replace them
ACCEPTANCE: discover why 'Fantasy-Reality Gaps' explain conditions like anxiety and depression and how to close them through acceptance
CHALLENGE: understand why the concept of challenge is intimately connected to our psychological health and how The Goldilocks Principle can make challenge work for you rather than against you: not too little, not too much, but just right
TRANSFORMATION: learn about the relationship between transformation and mental health and wellbeing, and how to get it right and avoid getting it wrong
What to expect?
Mark will share his ideas and take you through some practical, thought-provoking activities. The aim is for the workshop to be interactive, but you are welcome to participate as much or as little as you want—no expectations, just a friendly and supportive space where you can invest in yourself.
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