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"Emotional Wellbeing" PROGRAMME
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Don't worry everyone experiences emotions - they are a way of physically feeling and experiencing something and we have created many words to describe those feelings. Feelings are your body's response to how you think about someone o r something and what that someone or something "Means" to you. You are at liberty to think what you like about someone or some thing and that makes us unique - we are not robots. However your thoughts and their meaning, affect your Body and how it functions - and that's a Fact!
This is why one person thinks someone or some thing is fabulous and another thinks the same person or thing is awful or horrible. Two extremes in feelings. So basically, what 'stresses you out' may not stress another person. This is how working cultures ebb and flow over time, and emotionally people endeavour to adjust to the prevailing situations, conditions and circumstances and do their job.
However, where there is constant or regular incompatibilities (disagreement) with what is going on at work (life), then physical and psychological wellbeing are affected. It's a natural consequence of working with things, situations or people in a state of disagreement. Simply put, we become unhappy!
These two Personal assessments are designed to help understand what is happening, at a deeper and personal level and each produces a Results Summary Report for you to reflect and commence taking focused action. On the Results Page after the completion, there is an option to gain access to the "Emotional Wellbeing" Resource Downloads
The Self-Assessments are Totally Private.
Pressure & Stress if left unchecked
can lead to more serious Mental Health issues:
People can change dramatically when the work pressure is 'On'?
When things bother you, information is being received that is unwanted or is perceived to limit you in some way. It doesn't fit with your standards or delays or prevents the achieving of your desires and objectives.
This can result in finding measures to correct; but if there is no solution or something is forcing you to accept things even though you inherently disagree, this causes stress and the triggering of 'Survival' mechanisms throughout your body. Your 'Wellbeing' is under threat and in-action is not an option.
Physical and behavioural things start to change and can lead to more serious consequences regarding Mental Health. This Self-Assessment is designed to highlight and bring to your awareness the specific things that you are experiencing, so you can start taking focused action to minimise the impact before things deteriorate further. This may mean seeking professional help
When emotions get the better of you:
Being in the grip of emotions can It does however, require courage and drawing from strength resources you didn't know you had. The feelings can be overwhelming and finding your way through doesn't have to be done alone...........
Included in the programme is a personal tool to help employees by identify specifically the relevant causes of deteriorations in their wellbeing. Clarity begins when there is awareness and this easy to use and effective tool offers an important step in helping employees assess the potential risk to personal wellbeing. The programme provides a tangible process and report, that breaks-down the often overwhelming feelings that can develop as people become more stressed and makes the process more manageable. It provides a strong basis for taking action and limiting the potentially harming physical and mental conditions that can manifest.
A Personal Downloadable Wellbeing Resource:
In addition to the Self-Assessments, a comprehensive Wellbeing Resource is available for each employee to provide more approaches to improving personal wellbeing.
Organisations are a joint venture between Employer and Employee and together they have a responsibility towards each other; and by both taking action and using resource like what is presented here, they can make great things happen, even under great challenge - like we are all facing at the present time.
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The Workforce Wellbeing Programme provides effective methods to overcome stress and its negative consequences.
Lack of performance, anxiety, aggression and short-tempered behaviour are factors normally associated with stress.
However, uncaring attitudes, fear, excessive eating, constant tiredness or sickness and a host of other disorders can also result. Of concern too is the World Health Organisation’s forecast
that by 2020 stress will be the western world’s most prevalent ‘disease’. The Advanced Stress Management Programme is designed to help.
It targets the environmental factors that affect you (such as work, home and people), as well as the internal ‘battles’ that limit personal progress and happiness. Because we all respond differently to similar situations, the advanced methods used in the programme demonstrate how you can manage your own
We lead you through this private process as you address your own approach, thoughts and reactions to certain circumstances. You learn techniques that give you greater control and understanding when confronted with a variety of scenarios. The ‘tools’ are simple, effective and easy to use. Ultimately, they reduce your levels of stress and improve your health, your relationships and your coping abilities. If this is you, then what you are currently doing isn't helping - it's adding to your dilemma.
However, have noticed that your thoughts haven't stopped - they just keep coming, regardless of whether the thoughts make sense or not. Your mind doesn't seem to run out of energy. Well for most people anyway, this is what happens - they just can't switch their mind off - there's no "Off Button".
This is why there is a need to actually do something. Something different to help yourself because the social activities, the eating and the drinking and the moaning about it to friends, doesn't help for the longer term. It may help you avoid temporarily what you are going through, but it's short lived - then your back to square one.
The something different we are referring to, are learning about and doing things (taking focused action) that will make a difference to your self and what you may be experiencing and take you in a direction that offers new perspectives and renewed motivation.
But first there is a need to take stock of where you are at and so there are 2 personal self assessments and a set of resources available to you, courtesy of your company.
When an assessment is completed the results shown are intended to help gain a greater understanding and the resources available for you to access, can direct any actions towards helping yourself.