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Promoting wellbeing

Promoting wellbeing

“Of course, good mental wellbeing does not mean that you never experience feelings or situations that you find difficult, but it does mean that you feel you have the resilience to cope when times are tougher than usual.” Professor Stewart-Brown

Course outline

This module offers an introductory step to help individuals consider their wellbeing in the work place. It can be added in as a supplementary component to tailor the learning in our range of Personal Effectiveness and Leading and Management training courses. The wellbeing module encourages participants to reflect on increasing their self-awareness, to dilute stress and ultimately increase their productivity; effectively working to become more grounded in managing their time and personal resources.

The module follows the ‘Five steps to wellbeing’ as designed by the New Economics Foundation; exploring the strong evidence that indicates that feeling close to, and valued by, other people is a fundamental human need and one that contributes to functioning well in the world.
The key message is to connect and get active. Exercise is essential for slowing age-related cognitive decline and for promoting wellbeing.
The module introduces mindfulness, as studies have shown that being aware of what is taking place in the present, directly enhances your wellbeing; by savouring ‘the moment’ we have the opportunity to reaffirm our life priorities. Also setting goals, which are related to adult learning in particular, has been strongly associated with higher levels of wellbeing.
The module also explores ‘giving’, as research indicates that individuals who report a greater interest in helping others, are more likely to rate themselves as happy.
This module will add value to individuals or teams working to improve their self-awareness and the associated benefits it brings to the workplace.

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At glance
  • workshop-icon Style
  • time-icon Learning time
    2 hours module
  • mask-icon Method
    LIVE Learning

Learning activities

Working with the pillars of wellbeing, participants complete their own personal wellbeing check, reflecting on how active they are in each of the five pillars, and positively engaging in the benefits of wellbeing.
The module introduces practical exercises focusing on the breath and posture, to help participants achieve mindfulness, and explores theories to create a personal wellbeing plan of self-identified areas for development.


Participants will have dedicated time to engage in the consideration of their wellbeing. They will also have proactively contracted to support their ongoing health.

Supporting Theory
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing FTSE 100 Report 2017
  • New Economics Foundation
  • 10 Keys to Happier Living – Vanessa King

I found the group exercises where we all examined the roleplay scenarios most useful. It not only made me closely observe the impact of behaviours but it was also interesting to see things from another’s perspective and appreciate how the same scene can be interpreted differently.

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