Conferences

Work Well, Work Well Virtual Workshop

How to put wellbeing at the centre of our ability to manage our workload: Friday 26 March 2021 11:00-14:00

About this Event
We know from the NASUWT’s Big survey 2018 work-life balance and workload were high on the agenda as issues which have an impact on mental and physical wellbeing.

‘Work Well, Work Well’ is a different approach which puts wellbeing at the centre of our ability to manage our workload.

• Explore what we mean by wellbeing and what contributes to it and evaluate your own current wellbeing with our innovative Wellbeing Wheel.

• Fuel your brain! Understand the physiological effect of ‘quick fix’ energy on our concentration and how we can better re-fuel to support this.

• Space to breath! Simple & quick strategies to help you when you’re at boiling point.

• Procrastination- the thief of time! What type of procrastinator are you?! Look at the science between procrastination and stress and discover tricks and tips to regain razor-sharp focus.

• 24 hours in one day! – an alternative approach to time management.

• Calm and happy! How developing calmness and happiness helps you to manage your day.

Bios for Samantha Cutler and Julia Turner from Whole Wellbeing:

Samantha has over 10 years’ experience working in Health and Wellbeing, with a focus on health promotion and behaviour change. She has various qualifications in the field of health and wellbeing supported by a level 3 award in Teaching and Education.

Samantha spent 6 years working for the Lincolnshire Health Support Service within the former Lincolnshire Probation Trust helping individuals to both improve their health and wellbeing and engage in pro-social behaviours to reduce recidivism. It was here that Samantha developed her coaching skills as well as her knowledge of health and wellbeing related topics, developing and delivering workshops from Stress Awareness and Mindfulness to Nutrition and Sleep.

Samantha is a qualified coach and NLP Practitioner and along with her business partner, Julia delivers Wellbeing programmes and solutions to a wide range of businesses and organisations.

After a varied career of 23 years in senior HR and management positions mostly focusing on people development working for Tesco Stores Ltd, Julia for the past 15 years has worked in Health and Wellbeing before moving into corporate wellbeing.

Julia is an NLP Master practitioner as well as being a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist, Personal Trainer and has studied and is qualified to deliver Mindfulness and Reiki.

For the last 8 years, most of her time has been spent working in companies and organisations such as EDF Energy, Ping Europe and PKF Cooper Parry to name a few, delivering and contributing to their corporate wellbeing programmes. This includes 1:1 wellbeing coaching as well as developing and delivering innovative wellbeing workshops and events.

Along with her colleague Samantha, Julia has set up a new company Whole Wellbeing Ltd, delivering wellbeing with a difference to companies and organisations.

Julia and Sam are passionate about helping people with their health and wellbeing and come highly recommended and endorsed by the people that they have worked with.

Work Well Work Well Agenda

 

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Conference Dates and Venues for 2020/21

We have listened to feedback from our members and are very excited to confirm the venue and conference dates for this year.

Autumn Conference: 04 November 2020 (Virtual Conference)

Spring Conference: 10 February 2021 (Virtual Conference)

Summer Conference: 16th June 2021 at Eastwood Hall.

Our conference agenda includes the opportunity for delegates to visit our exhibition throughout the course of the day.

If you are interested in exhibiting at an ABLE conference, please click here for more details.

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