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Coping mechanisms for school staff: The New Normal - 3 December 2020

COVID-19 instigated massive change in all our professional and personal lives. The after effects can seem relentless both mentally and physically. ‘The New Normal’ - what does this mean for the mental and physical wellbeing for school staff and leaders.

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Cost: Free event for our HR SLA customers only

LOCATION:

Manchester Stress Institute, 72-76 Cross Street, Manchester, M2 4JG.

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Coping mechanisms for school staff: The New Normal

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COVID-19 instigated massive change in all our professional and personal lives. Professionally schools witnessed 10 years of change with lockdown. Breakneck change such as this can leave confusion, anger and fear in its wake. The after effects can seem relentless and exhausting both mentally and physically.

As we tentatively enter 'The New Normal’ what does this mean for the mental and physical wellbeing for school staff and leaders? This workshop is an opportunity to identify and prioritise new strategies around resilience. We will explore the practical ways we help ourselves and support others.

Mental & Physical Energy

  • Practical ways to improve resilience and ‘switch off’ mental agitation, anxiety and worry to reduce exhaustion.
  • Eat to beat stress and boost vitality with foods to boost mood and reduce stress
  • Experience sustained, consistent energy throughout a working day and therefore become more productive and effective.
  • Learn strategies for ‘Neuro-Rest’ how to improve sleep by simple lifestyle and nutrition intervention

Who's it for?

Everyone (school must be a HR SLA customer)

Age phase?

All


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