Are you too busy keeping up with the management of salaries, holydays, the new work laws, sourcing, recruitment, and other the paper work?
Are you finding yourself short of time to show to your employees how important they are for the company?
But is still one of your priorities taking care of your employees’ wellbeing, their work relationships and their carrier development?
If you answer YES at one of these questions or if you don’t jump with a firm NO, we can develop for your company a program to address these problems.
Why are we offering this programme?
Because mental health reaches a higher importance and impact on the working environment than we might generally assume.
Performance and relationships improvement by addressing emotional roots and psychological issues that impact the workplace.
Which are the costs of emotional issues, psychological fatigue or poor mental health for employers?
Lost productivity – Productivity loss can result from absenteeism and “presenteeism” (when an employee is present at work but functions at less than full capacity).
Diminished innovative capacity;
Errors and accidents;
Behaviors that are not respecting the internal ethical and integrity norms – such as harassment and discrimination
Increased health-care costs;
Our Program consists of 6 workshops that address the most frequent wellbeing issues at the workplace.
1. WORKPLACE RELATIONSHIPS: PAIN OR PLEASURE ?
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop in order to raise awareness on how pain can be the sign of a growing muscle and how discomfort in an interaction can be the start of a trusting and nourishing relationship.
Objective: Managing painful relationships without switching on performance blocking behaviors and without switching off performance generating behaviors.
Key words: fear, flight/fight, abandon, envy, expectations, emotions, cognitive flexibility, control, responsibility.
Toolkit: Workplace Relationships PainKiller
2. SELF-EVALUATION: DUMP OR GENIUS ?
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop in order to take an overused term – self-confidence – from a magazine article topic to a psychological reality and treat it with the proper approach. We will therefore move from a common sense and ambiguous description of the topic to a clear, scientifically structured and evidence based psychological dimension of it.
Objective: Creating an accurate self perception by using evidence based methods such as correcting cognitive distortions and changing maladaptive behaviors.
Key Words: standards, self criticism, self blame, over positive self image, beliefs, worry, pressure, motivation, cognitive patterns, selective attention, feedback distortion, changing behavior.
Toolkit: Fixing up the broken scale
3. A MATTER OF PREFERENCE: BEING THE SOPRANA OR DOING HER NAILS?
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop looking at the impression we make – a topic that is influencing the everyday interactions with people and tasks, the way we set objectives, the expectations for ourselves, the way we accomplish them and many more….
Objective: Learning how to control your sabotaging mind and get anxiety free around others.
Key Words: personal standards, attention, social perfectionism, fear of negative evaluation, mind reading, vulnerability, shyness, shame, making mistakes, authenticity.
Toolkit: Train the voice. Play the notes
4. STARS’WAR: PERFORMANCE OR EMOTION
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop looking at the way we can build and nourish performance by looking at one of our most valuable assets – our emotions. While performance has been tackled on different dimensions, we are coming with a cognitive behavioral model that looks at the mediators that influence the outcome of our efforts – our cognitive and emotional patterns and at the way we can change these patterns ourselves.
Objective: Learning how to ride emotions’ waves, control unproductive thoughts and change behaviors linked to performance issues.
Key words: believes about emotions, fear/anxiety, sadness/depression, emotional behaviour, self and others emotional regulation, distressed tolerance skills, performance, cognitive behavioral model.
Toolkit: Rethinking the scrip, Performing your role
5. EAT THAT FROG!!
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop analyzing the way delaying and procrastinating is influencing both our performance and our self confidence. While the common models to look at the topic approach it from a time management perspective, we are considering the roots of theses behaviors and the way we can influence these roots in order to change the output.
Objective: Understanding why we end up procrastinating even when we don’t want to and learning behavioral management tools in order to change procrastination.
Keywords: procrastination, pressure, punishment, reinforcement, contingency management, perfectionism, fear of failure, competence, motivation.
Toolkit: How to enjoy the meal
6. FOUR OF A KIND: EMOTIONS, SPARKS, FLAMES, FIRE
We are offering partnership in a 4h workshop looking at the way we approach the roots of conflicts and how these can be turned from time and energy consumers into manageable and (sometimes) insightful situations.
Objective: Learning how to respond to backfiring emotions and how to take not things personally.
Keywords: conflict anatomy, logical reasoning, emotional conflict, persuasion, judging, emotional needs, emotional validation, mistakes.
Toolkit: Don’t smoke in the gas station