Health and wellbeing
In this edition of the podcast we are joined by Fay Wallis to discuss growth mindsets, the power of small steps and other strategies to build your confidence as you develop your career.
According to a recent survey, 98 per cent of HR professionals said they had felt burned out in the past six months. In this episode we ask: What is burnout exactly? Why is it afflicting so many people working in HR? And - crucially - what can you do to keep burnout at bay?
Rhiannon Byers, head of workplace and community programmes at The Money Charity, provides powerful and practical insights on the importance and impact of financial wellbeing.
Bev Thorogood, menopause specialist trainer and coach, joins us to discuss how you can create and cultivate a workplace that is supportive of people experiencing the menopause transition.
Uxshely Carcamo joins us to talk about the significance of mental health wellbeing in the new world of work,
Dr Barbara Mariposa presents the practical steps that can be taken to adapt to change while maintaining good mental wellbeing.
Vicki Robinson, deputy director at the Miscarriage Association, and Jo Broadbent, counsel knowledge lawyer at Hogan Lovells, discuss how to support employees affected by miscarriage or stillbirth.
Sarah-Jane Georges and Allen Liedkie from drama-based behaviour change company Steps join us to discuss the best ways to develop behaviours to build resilience within HR during ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Richard Martin, from the employment relations and HR training provider byrne-dean, joins us to discuss managing mental health wellbeing.
With workforces and workplaces facing unparalleled challenges, Dr Barbara Mariposa takes us through the possible impact of the coronavirus pandemic on employees' mental health and wellbeing.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to health and wellbeing.
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