Whilst remote working and working flexibly may seem like the norm now, after nearly a year of working in this way, it still presents challenges to not only our usual ways of working, but also our mental and physical wellbeing too.
This one-hour practical workshop will help delegates learn how to remain focused, confident, and ‘in control’ in such situations, which can lead to improvements in your own and your team’s productivity, morale and wellbeing.
Michael Siviter invites a variety of different guests to discuss the various challenges faced during the lockdown and the effect it can have on people's wellbeing.
In this episode, Michael is joined by John Sharkey (Management Consultant at Mercia) to discuss some of the challenges of remote working especially when it comes to ‘switching off’
Michael chats with Declan Swan (CEO at the UK200 group) during this episode about some of the possible causes of losing focus and why it’s important to plan ahead.
In this episode Michael is joined by Philip Partington, Intellectual Property Lawyer & Partner at JMW. They discuss how they keep their communication clear, constructive and to the point without negatively impacting internal and external relationships.
Michael is joined by Personal Development Coach and Martial Arts trainer, Alex Reason, to discuss some of the ways we can stay happy and healthy during lockdown.
Michael is joined by Helen Spencer, Managing Partner at WR Partners. Helen shares why it’s been important for her to set both personal and business goals throughout her life and how she has overcome some of the challenges along the way.
Michael is joined by clinical psychologist, Dr Robyn Cooley, to discuss how anxiety and stress can be linked to our life values, the choices we make and ultimately our happiness.
In this episode, Michael is joined by John Sharkey (Management Consultant at Mercia) to discuss some of the techniques we can adopt, to help us relax.
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