You Walk, We Talk.
The ultimate “walk the talk” webcast where you do the walking, while we do the talking…
We’re encouraging those who would like to, to take us on the move! So many are experiencing “Zoom fatigue” at the moment, and we don’t want to be adding to the problem. We want to be helping you, encouraging you to get out in the fresh air, moving and learning – all at the same time.
So, if you’re up for it, join via your phone and take us for a walk around the block!
Join live webcasts or listen to them afterwards to learn more about the subjects that matter most to HR professionals and business leaders who want to optimise the mental health and wellbeing of their people in a time of constant change and disruption.
Up next on Walk The Talk
Episode three of our Walk The Talk webcast takes place on Wednesday 14 April at 9.30am.
We’ll be chatting to Dan Strachan Mental Health Ambassador and Crisis Recovery Service Coordinator at Richmond Borough Mind charity about stigma in the workplace around stress, burnout and mental ill health.
April is Stress Awareness Month so we will be raising awareness through Dan’s own personal story of mental ill health in the workplace and we will be discussing ways to help break down the taboo that prevents so many from getting help.
Check out our dedicated page about Mental Health Awareness Training for more information about how we can support businesses in reducing stigma in the workplace.
Listen to previous episodes here:
Unpacking Psychological Safety
In the second Walk The Talk episode we welcome Gemma Bullivant, HR consultant and Executive Coach to chat about psychological safety and why it’s the foundation of the highest performing teams + individuals. We explore ways that organisations and individuals can create a culture of Psychological Safety in their organisations/teams and why it’s even more important than ever in the remote times that we’re working in.
Burning Bright in 2021
In this first episode of Walk the Talk we chat with clinical psychologist Dr Megan Swanson about the rise of burnout during the pandemic. We look at stress, the stress cycle and why we get ill after a prolonged period of being in the stress state, before we discuss solutions to overcome stress and to avoid burnout.