We run regular webinars, about 10 each year, to look at different aspects of managing workplace stress.
You can book into upcoming webinars by following the links on the calendar (booking via Eventbrite). These are free to join live, and cost £15 to see later (free to MW members).
We use Zoom for the webinars - this normally works well via Chrome but you may need to check if your organisation has web-filtering that might block access.
Some previous interviews are free to view below, with Professor Cary Cooper and Heidi Hanna.
Upcoming free live webinars
Creating a conversation about stress - June 12th. Key issues about workplace stress and workload will be discussed with the HSE, who will introduce the new Talking Toolkit, plus a chance to ask questions and share your experience. Book your place.
Management strategies to reduce stress - July 11th. With stress increasing, Rachel Suff of CIPD considers how stress can be addressed in management strategies, plus a live Q&A session. Book your place.
Nutrition for mental health - Sept 12th. Key ways to eat healthily in a busy working environment, to keep us alert, awake and balanced. With expert Clare Daley of The Brain Health Programme. Book your place.
Working with conflict - Date in Oct. and partner tbc.
Whilst we normally try to avoid conflict, it has an energy that expresses strong feelings, that can be a key to positive motivation and action.
Stay informed about upcoming webinars and other free tools.
Some former webinar interviews
Retreats are an opportunity to deepen one’s practice, and essential if one really wants to progress beyond the initial training. You’ll have to have done a 6-8 week course or have equivalent experience to attend.
On retreat, there is the time, quiet, and safe space in which to practice for longer and explore more deeply, in a very peaceful, supported setting, with expert guidance from Simon. Retreats are held at the beautiful Maitreya House in Herefordshire.
Simon is an engaging public speaker for your conference, away-day, workshop or seminar.
We can introduce mindfulness, how it works in a business setting, and get people participating with some simple mindfulness tools to start using right away.