5 Key Wellbeing Tips for Managing Teams Working Remotely

The pandemic has meant that many of us are now working from home on a regular basis, either permanently or as part of a hybrid home / office setup.  While working from home certainly has many benefits, it can present a number of challenges when managing a team. Lack of access to resources or informationContinue reading “5 Key Wellbeing Tips for Managing Teams Working Remotely”

How to build resilience

Resilience represents our ability to adapt to a situation and face sudden difficulties head on. When unexpected events happen including medical emergencies or illness, the loss of a loved one, workplace stresses and sudden financial difficulties, people who are described as being resilient are able to use their strengths to withstand adversity and ‘bounce back’. Continue reading “How to build resilience”

The physical and mental signs of continuous stress

What is Stress? Stress is something that we all experience at some point in our lives. When we feel stressed, we develop a reaction of being overwhelmed, unable to cope with our situation. There are lots of things that can trigger feelings of stress within the body and mind – a sudden change in circumstances,Continue reading “The physical and mental signs of continuous stress”

Top tips on how to relax

Anyone who’s ever experienced stress has probably been given the same advice: “You need to learn how to relax”. As simple as this seems, it’s often easier said than done. Most of us have experienced work-related stress at some point. In fact, a 2020 study found that just 1% of employed adults in the UKContinue reading “Top tips on how to relax”

Imposter Syndrome: The epidemic of insecurity in the workplace

What is imposter syndrome? Imposter syndrome is ‘a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”’. Those struggling with this may feel, despite other evidence, that they are undeserving of their achievements. A common example is believing that theyContinue reading “Imposter Syndrome: The epidemic of insecurity in the workplace”

The five pillars of wellbeing

Research shows that there are five things which are key to improving your mental wellbeing. These are steps which can be taken by anyone, and have even been recommended by the NHS. Connecting Having strong relationships with others is key for your wellbeing. Whether you connect with friends, family or co-workers, having a strong supportContinue reading “The five pillars of wellbeing”

‘The Power of Vulnerability’: Why vulnerability is key for your wellbeing

Allowing yourself to be vulnerable is so important when it comes to your mental wellbeing, and it should be one of the first things you address when you are looking to change your outlook on life. One of our favourite Ted Talks at Wellbeing in Your Office is ‘The power of vulnerability’ ted talk byContinue reading “‘The Power of Vulnerability’: Why vulnerability is key for your wellbeing”

Mental Wellbeing: How Rituals and Routines can help

Everyone has their own little rituals in life, but did you know that these can be massively beneficial for your mental wellbeing if done right? Without realising it, you take part in certain rituals daily, which can be anything from your first cup of tea or coffee in the morning, to your evening bath. AtContinue reading “Mental Wellbeing: How Rituals and Routines can help”

Employee Engagement – How can wellbeing help?

Engaged employees are employees with a high level of job satisfaction, who approach their work with enthusiasm and pride. When employees feel engaged, they feel happier and are more productive employees. This ultimately boosts the moral and cohesion of the workplace as a whole. However, studies suggest that in the UK, lost productivity from disengagedContinue reading “Employee Engagement – How can wellbeing help?”