National Irish Safety Organisation is offering a one-day course on Workplace Wellbeing presented by Wellbeing and Engagement Consultant, Niamh Imbusch. This will be taking place as a public course in Dublin, Athlone and Cork and is also available as an in-house course. Please contact NISO on 01 465 9760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in arranging this course within your organisation.
Dates and Venues:
Athlone: Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
Date/Time: 29 June 2017; 09.00hrs-16.00hrs
Cork: Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island, Cork
Date/Time: 28 September 2017; 09.00hrs-16.00hrs
Fee: €350 NISO members / €450 non members
Data Statement: Please note that your name and organisational details will be stored securely by NISO.
Course aims and objectives:
Management, neuroscience and eastern philosophy are working in concert to bring us new and exciting discoveries about how to enhance wellbeing at work. This one-day course will explore inter-disciplinary approaches to wellbeing and presents techniques to enable participants to set themselves up for success.
Workplace Wellbeing Course Outline
This masterclass will outline the practical challenges of the modern workplace and how these relate to stress, resilience and wellbeing.
•Perspectives on stress and the modern workplace
•Understanding mindfulness, resilience, flow and emotional intelligence –
their differences and how they connect
•Stress and burnout: a model and implications
•The concept of sustainable engagement and how workplace wellbeing
Module One: Physical Wellbeing
•Work-based challenges to a healthy lifestyle
•Coffee culture – understanding food-based stimulants and how glycemic
load can support us
•Desk bound but not immobile – light exercise to support physical wellbeing
•Personal action plan – part 1
Module Two: Intellectual Wellbeing
•How stress impedes concentration
•Cognitive science, task performance and personal effectiveness
•Enhancing attention, focus and decision-making
•Personal action plan – part 2
Module Three: Emotional Wellbeing
•Emotional intelligence and the stimulus-response cycle
•Values, anchors and responsiveness to change
•Breathing techniques to achieve calm
•Personal action plan – part 3
•A modern approach to wellbeing
During this Course we will:
- Gain practical techniques to cultivate wellbeing and support the nervous system.
- Recognise the early signs of stress on the physical, intellectual and emotional body: understand “good” from “bad” stress.
- Learn how to make better food and exercise choices to strengthen and support your physical body.
- Explore breathing techniques to cultivate attention and awareness, to improve concentration and personal effectiveness.
- Complete a personal, lifestyle action plan to build physical and emotional resilience and strength.
- Experience easy-to-implement practices which you can use at work.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at employees and managers who wish to understand the nature of wellbeing in the workplace and who want to develop tools to enhance their own workplace wellbeing.
Presenter: Niamh Imbusch, FCIPD, Wellbeing and Engagement Consultant
A Fellow of the CIPD, and a certified Business and Executive Coach, Niamh has held a number of senior international HR, communications and consulting roles and she has managed the Executive Development Programme for the top 100 executives of global multinational. Her industry experience includes the pharmaceutical, financial, FMCG, utilities, information technology, media and services sectors, as well as the public sector, and her work has taken her to the US, Sweden, the UK and further afield.
Niamh is PhD student at Lancaster University, researching organisation health and wellbeing. She has held a faculty position at the DIT and has been a guest lecturer at UL, WIT, the IMI and the Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health. She has chaired and spoken at international conferences on employee engagement, and is published in the areas of mindfulness and organisational well-being.
Her commercial acumen, knowledge of the evidence-based research and her holistic approach are a unique and powerful combination.
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