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Staff Wellbeing Training

Staff Wellbeing Training

What is Wellbeing?

Wellbeing is a broad concept composed of four elements: Mind, Body, Culture, Environment.

The most valuable asset in every organisation is its people.

Experience demonstrates that when people feel well emotionally, socially and physically, they are far more productive and staff retention rates increase.

Therefore, organisations who invest in wellbeing training for their staff enjoy higher levels of productivity.

If your organisation wants to maximise its progress, then it should invest in wellbeing programmes designed to help your staff.

What is Wellbeing Training?

Wellbeing training is a purposeful system that helps people create the conditions for a high degree of wellbeing, which in turn, results in peak-performance.

Four key elements of wellbeing training.

Wellbeing training covers the four conditions:

  1. Positive mind-set.
  2. Good health habits.
  3. Supportive culture.
  4. Physical environment.

1. Positive mind-set.

Wellbeing has a strong psychological component, which is founded on thoughts of a positive nature.

Over the last two years, the pandemic has created a fear-filled mentality, which has had a profoundly negative effect on people's mental wellbeing.

Wellbeing programmes must restore a proper balance between being fearful and intelligently NOT being fearful.

Aristotle: "Everything in moderation".

2. Good health habits.

Wellbeing has a strong physiological component. You have heard the famous phrase, "a healthy mind and a healthy body".

To be healthy, the body needs the correct levels of nutrition, sleep and exercise.

Many people do not eat well, sleep well, or exercise enough.

Our "Wellbeing training programme" educates people on simple things they can do to support their body and therefore, create higher levels of wellbeing.

3. Supportive culture.

There is a strong social element to wellbeing. Humans are social creatures, so we are greatly affected by the people around us.

In our wellbeing training course, we reveal how words powerfully affect people's thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and we teach how to use language to increase your own and other people's wellbeing.

4. Physical environment

There is a strong environmental component to wellbeing. We are all affected by the environment we live and work in. Colours, fresh air, sounds and lighting all affect us. Some environmental factors build wellbeing, and others tear it down.

We need to know which environmental factors to add and which to subtract, in order to maximise wellbeing.

In our training, we will give you the information you need.

A formula for greater wellbeing.

Contained in the above course content is a wealth of information from which you could build a personalised formula, which would deliver greater levels of wellbeing to all members of your organisation.

Your aim is to combine elements from all four sections to deliver on the promise of wellbeing.

For further information on how to create staff wellbeing, please contact us.

About the Author: Chris Farmer


Chris Farmer is the founder of the Corporate Coach Group and has many years’ experience in training leaders and managers, in both the public and private sectors, to achieve their organisational goals, especially during tough economic times. He is also well aware of the disciplines and problems associated with running a business.

Over the years, Chris has designed and delivered thousands of training programmes and has coached and motivated many management teams, groups and individuals. His training programmes are both structured and clear, designed to help delegates organise their thinking and, wherever necessary, to improve their techniques and skills.

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