Supporting Personal Wellbeing
The Support Personal Wellbeing course teaches delegates how to identify factors conducive to personal wellbeing including optimism, meaningful activities, diet and social relationship. The course provides you with the necessary tools, techniques and terminology and understanding of how positive and negative emotions affect us and people around us. By developing these techniques to help us reduce the risk of stress which causes significate productivity loss and reported higher rates of absenteeism in the workplace.
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This course is part of the Innovate and Inspire Suite of Wellbeing Courses, and the day’s training will be delivered by leading members of the Innovate and Inspire training team –Michelle McFarlane, who has over 10 years’ experience of supporting physical and mental wellbeing.
In her current substantive post, she supports NHS staff with their personal development and general wellbeing. She has a lot of experience working with staffs that have become disengaged and organisations suffering the effects of sickness absence due to stress and anxiety.
Profile of Innovate and Inspire Trainers
Michelle McFarlane-Johnson is a Public Health Specialist who has developed her skills in roles within the NHS, Local Authority and Third Sector. During the last 10 years, Michelle has designed, developed and implemented public health interventions to address local health priorities and support reductions in health inequalities for some of the most vulnerable groups.
During her career, she has driven local initiatives to tackle obesity, reduce harm associated with smoking, alcohol & illicit drugs, improve sexual health, reduce teenage pregnancy, reduce instances of sudden infant death and improve mental health and wellbeing.
Michelle is also a member of several local multi-organisational strategic groups and has been instrumental in supporting the development and implementation of local strategy and policies to reduce health inequalities within West Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
More recently, Michelle gained qualified teacher status and has taught for a variety of providers of further and higher education, and most recently, for the NHS. She is currently employed as a Learning & Development Facilitator within Leadership & Organisational Development at a large NHS Teaching Trust.
Registration and Refreshments
Welcome, Introduction and Housekeeping
Define the factors that influence wellbeing
Explore the links between physical and mental wellbeing and strategies to improve holistic wellbeing
Discuss the importance of sleep for personal wellbeing and identify factors which prevent and promote good sleep
Identify signs and symptoms of stress and review stress management techniques
Discover the importance of resilience and strategies to develop personal resilience
Examine the use of mindfulness techniques to support wellbeing
Explore the effects of difficult conversations and tips for improving self-esteem, confidence and assertiveness.
Review the five ways to wellbeing and consider actions to promote personal wellbeing
Final Q and A, thoughts, feelings and evaluations
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- Define the factors that influence wellbeing
- Explore the links between physical and mental wellbeing and strategies to improve holistic wellbeing
- Discuss the importance of sleep for personal wellbeing and identify factors which prevent and promote good sleep
- Identify signs and symptoms of stress and review stress management techniques
- Examine the use of mindfulness techniques to support wellbeing
- Discover the importance of resilience and strategies to develop personal resilience
- Explore the effects of difficult conversations and tips for improving self-esteem, confidence and assertiveness
- Review the 5 ways to wellbeing and consider actions to promote wellbeing