Covid-19 on-demand webinar series
Feel Good Fast-Track: Wellbeing during times of uncertainty with Rob Bravo
When you’re thrown into unexpected change, it’s normal to jump into survival mode, but in turn, it can impact resilience & performance. We’re here to help you hit ‘pause’ before the panic sets in. This session gives you the opportunity to discuss ways to stay well and maintain self-compassion in stressful times. You’ll come away with wellbeing strategies for head, heart & health – so you can look after yourself and others around you too. Access here
The Good Enough Parent: Prioritizing the essentials during unprecedented times with Lucinda Quigley
Want to feel like you're coming out on top as a working parent? We'll help you get your priorities straight for these tricky times. In this session, we’ll cover the practical and emotional aspects to being a ‘good enough’ parent, including how to cope with overwhelm and clarity on what your children really need from you. Access here
Managing Fear & Anxiety Through Times of Change with Rob Bravo again
With everything going on, and constant news updates, it's easy to feel anxiety creeping up on you. We’ll show you what’s happening in your brain when you’re feeling stressed, and give you some simple strategies to help you cope – as well as support others around you. Access here
A snappy session on keeping yourself in check and staying positive in the face of lots of uncertainty. Find out how to fine-tune your focus and model mindset for your family. Access here
Virtual Belonging: Sustainable connection for teams with Beks (Rebecca) Hourston
In this session, we look at the what belonging means and help you identify the working environment you most want to create in this new normal. You’ll get tips to help you master your mindset, find perspective on virtual team-working and create sustainable connections with your colleagues. If your team is feeling ‘remote’ then this is the session for you. Access here
Recharging for Results: Self-compassion for leaders with Lucy Dale
If you're a manager of a team, you'll have double concerns - your team and your targets. This crisis is turning into an extended one, and the only way to keep your team performing is to keep yourself energized. Our session gives you the space and permission to focus on yourself as a leader, with quick tools to re-charge so you can maintain your results. Access here
Business as Unusual for Working Parents and Carers with Sarah Gourley
In our constantly changing environment, it’s critical for working parents to adopt new strategies to maintain focus on their work and life priorities. This session will offer priority management tips and tools that you can easily adapt and adjust to fit your personal situation. LINK TO FOLLOW
The Transition back to Work
Homeworking set to double post coronavirus crisis, survey finds
How the Coronavirus Crisis Threatens to Set Back Women’s Careers: A comprehensive new study by McKinsey and Lean In suggests that many women—especially mothers—may have to step back or away from jobs because of the pandemic’s impact on their lives
HBR A Way Forward for Working Parents. How to feel more confident, connected, and in control — during the pandemic and beyond.
There’s More Than One Kind of Burnout. Which Ones Are Draining You? Actually, there are at least eight.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Royal Foundation asks Five Big Questions and warns of lockdown loneliness for parents
Dr Radha Modgil from BBC Radio 1’s Life Hacks shares her top five tips on how to stay mentally and emotionally well during the coronavirus lockdown
Britain’s workers are generally happier since the pandemic because the disruption to their working lives has given them more flexibility and better relationships with their managers, new data suggests.
Can working parents be placed on furlough or flexible schedules due to childcare responsibilities? HRreview looked into the different ways employers can respond to different work requests made by working parents.
Why Workplaces Should Start Offering “Resilience Perks”: Treating the symptoms of workplace stress isn't enough. It's time for us as leaders to go beyond wellness perks to cultivate something more important: resilience.