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Well-Being At Work Workshop

A One Day Workshop Example

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This one day action orientated workshop introduces Lets Talk Tough’s 6 dimensions of Well-Being in a practical and participative way so that participants will feel both motivated and able to instill new habits that will improve overall wellness and well-being at work.

Most organisations are aware of the benefits of a ‘well’ workforce in terms of engagement, motivation, retention and ultimately performance. Whilst Organisations can always do more to create an environment where well-being is supported and encouraged it is the individuals responsibility to find it within themselves. This workshop will help each individual find the starting point of their own journey and to be able to plot a route that lays down firm roots at each step of the way to whatever goal is defined.

Content will include discussions around topics that include

  • Defining what is meant by wellness and well-being and the benefits of well-being to individuals, teams and the Organisation
  • Introducing the Lets Talk Tough 6 Dimension model of Well-Being
  • Finding a sense of meaning, purpose and control
  • Developing a positive attitude, a positive attitude and mental toughness through emotional intelligence
  • Becoming healthier, fitter and having more energy
  • Creating strong relationships and feeling able to deal with difficult situations confidently
  • Taking responsibility for our own growth and development
  • Creating and taking opportunities to progress in role and career

Suggested Timetable

09.00 Introductions

09.30 Introduction to the concept Mental Toughness
A small group Flipchart activity to consider how mental toughness differs from mental sensitivity

10.00 The 6 Dimension LTT Framework of Well-Being
An overview of the 6 Dimensions we at Lets Talk Tough advocate for increased well-being.

10.30 Spiritual Well-Being at work
This first session begins with a broad discussion on the importance of meaning and purpose in life and asks to what extent it exists at work. A values card game is used to begin the process of finding long term direction whilst Stephen Coveys Circles of Influence are introduced as a strategy for gaining control in the shorter term.

11.15 Break

11.30 Emotional Well-Being at work
There is overwhelming research support that suggests emotional intelligence has a significant impact on well-being, job satisfaction and high performance in the workplace. This session discusses the 4 components of Emotional Intelligence and provides simple, practical and effective tips and tools to take away and implement.

12.15 Physical Well-Being at work
Much of the well-being movement has been focused on this dimension and 45 minutes cannot do this session justice however the subject of health and fitness is addressed in a positive visioning exercise and using ‘Ambitious Targets’ as a method to find the first steps towards improved Physical Well-Being

13.00 Lunch

13.45 – Social Well-Being at work
Social well-being is the extent to which a person feels a sense of belonging and social inclusion. Teamwork, collaboration and networking are all activities that are examined in a small group flipchart exercise before workshop participants review the results of the Social Styles Questionnaire given as pre-work.

14.30 – Intellectual Well-Being at work
How we may maximise the opportunity to learn and grow at work is the focus of this session. The 70-20-10 model is used as a framework for workplace learning and through a practical activity the importance of challenge as oppose to stress or boredom is highlighted.

15.15 Break

15.30 Occupational Well-Being at work
The difference between progress and promotion is discussed at the start of this session before a model of role/career progression is presented for participants to consider and reflect upon in a coaching style activity.

16.30 Consolidation
Q&A, Review and Action Planning

17.00 End

This one day example workshop course is only able to introduce concepts and is limited in the amount of time it can devote to practical activity and practise. To discuss more in depth and practice orientated workshops and coaching options please get in Contact.

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