Apr 28 2016
Personal effectiveness: 6 Top Tips to building resilience and keeping well

It is so heartening to hear that more and more companies each year are understanding the benefits of mindfulness to their employees. Mindfulness has been proven to help employees be healthier and happier which leads to a more efficient, creative and resilient workforce.

With this new corporate mind-set spreading from large corporations such as Google and Apple, the evolution and benefits of positive psychology has begun. Positive psychology explores the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive.

 6 Top Tips to help build your resilience and keep well

  1. Maintain steady energy
  2. Be physically active everyday
  3. Cultivate strong social connections
  4. Pause.
  5. Prioritise good sleep.
  6. Finally, learn how to relax! 

Read the full article here written by Lucy Whitehall, who has embarked upon a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology.

Increasing performance with positive psychology

We’ve developed a one-day scientific based training course, held at our central London training suiteIncreasing performance with positive psychology will enable you to explore the positive psychology theories and how their application can have a positive impact on performance.

This course is ideal for managers or anyone interested in understanding more about the application of neuroscience at work and its impact. 

Did you know we can run this course in-company?

If you’re a manager and want to increase performance and resilience within your team, we can deliver this course at your venue, on a date and time that suits your team. If your team comprises of more than four people, in-house training could also be a lot more cost effective.

Contact one of our In-company Training Coordinators on 020 7490 3030 or email for more information and a quote. 

Lucy Whitehall offers a wealth of experience and knowledge in employee well-being, employee engagement and human resources. Her work supporting clients is achieved through training, consultancy and one to one coaching. Lucy holds a BSc in Life Sciences and a Masters in HR Management. She is a CIPD member and in 2015 completed her initial training to teach mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR).

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