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New BounceBack eLearning course: Workplace Wellbeing

We are pleased to let you know that we have a new eLearning course available dedicated to workplace wellbeing.

 

Five main areas have been identified as contributors to people’s wellbeing by the Government’s Foresight Challenge Report. They are:

 

  • Connecting
  • Being active
  • Taking notice
  • Learning
  • Giving

 

Each of the five is a driver towards what makes feel us happier, fulfilled, and more resilient in life.

 

As a result, we’ve created our Workplace Wellbeing eLearning course to show how each one influences our wellbeing and how they can be applied to our everyday working life.

 

Connecting

Social relationships are vital for promoting wellbeing and for acting as a buffer against mental ill health.

 

Being active

Regular exercise has been linked to lower rates of depression and anxiety. Research also shows that exercise can be effective as a means of treatment for cognitive decline later in life.

 

Taking notice

It helps our mental state to ‘live in moment’ rather than dwelling on things that have happened in the past, or events in the future that could (but might not) happen.

 

Learning

Learning new skills boosts self-esteem, helps you feel good about the world around you, and can even help you advance within your career.

 

Giving

Studies into altruism, where we put other people’s needs before our own, have shown that helping others can have a positive effect on our own wellbeing and mental health.

 

After exploring how each area makes us feel better, the course provides several suggestions about how we can increase their presence and influence in our lives.

 

Finally, an Action Plan can be completed to help focus on where and when we can implement the five areas at work.

 

To learn more about the new course, visit the dedicated web page.

 

Take care,

Team BounceBack

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