Well-being workshop: Developing feedback loops.In the present climate of change and challenge, organisations need to be able to adapt and innovate to continue to be competitive, prosper and thrive.
The health and well-being of your business relies upon your own health and well-being.
Perhaps you ask your clients for feedback on the quality of the product or service you provide. How often do you listen to the feedback from your body to check in on your own state of health and happiness? Do you sometimes override such feedback to achieve important work-based goals? What might the long-term costs be for you and your business if you override your body feedback?Positive Psychology supports people to build on what works to generate a good life. This workshop will be interactive. I am going to be asking you for feedback about what works for you, what supports your well-being.
During this session we will explore:
This is an opportunity to share knowledge and experiences, discover ways in which you can continue to run with the challenges and accomplishments of managing your business without damaging your health. You will see that by making small adjustments within your professional life you will improve your well-being and strengthen the health and vitality of your business.
This workshop is kindly being presented by Ruth Sheard MAPPCP a Positive Psychology Coach supporting adults in their professional lives.
Positive Psychology Coaching provides an opportunity to celebrate and build on your strengths whilst being curious about what holds you back from finding your way to enjoying your life to the full.Ruth works with individuals online, or face to face in Exeter and Totnes and provides bespoke workshops to champion ‘wellbeing at work’ and ‘working together’ for teams within organisations.
More information can be found on: www.justruthcoaching.com
To be eligible to attend this free workshop you or your business need to be based in Devon or Somerset (excluding Torridge, North Devon, North Somerset & BaNES).
The Heart of the South West Growth Hub Service for All is receiving up to £781,965 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The accountable body for this programme is Devon County Council.