Covid-19 and The New Workplace:
Managing Fear and Anxiety in these Changing Times
The emotional and psychological impact of Covid-19 is massive, and as we negotiate these changing times there is fear. As we live with illness, loss of loved ones, isolation, home-schooling, working from home, being furloughed, losing our jobs and facing a very different work environment, there is fear and vulnerability.
Fear creates more fear, because it spreads, and when people are stressed, anxious, frightened or traumatised in a work environment there are different dynamics, different behaviours, and many issues; for a person, a line manager, occupational health, Human Resources, a team, a business, a company.
This Training helps you identify and understand what happens when you or another becomes vulnerable, worried, stressed, anxious, fearful, traumatised, and it teaches you how to manage it.
This is a two-part course, delivered to small groups in three hour sessions via live online video link.
The Workplace: A New Experience
The Mind, Vulnerability and Fear
The Fear Based Environment
The Authority Figure: Who Are They and Who Are We
The Child, Adolescent and Adult: Our Past in The Present
The 'Trigger' and The 'Switch'
Shame, The Inner Critic and The Judge: What We Tell Ourselves
The Spiral: The Destructive Path to Incapacitation
The Worrier, The Storyteller and The Projector
Perfectionism: What Drives Us
Taking Back Control. Wellbeing in a New Workplace
The Inner Mentor Guidance System: Identifying, Understanding and Managing Yourself, Your Staff and the Workplace
Getting ‘Back to Base’ and in Control
The Observer: Awareness of Yourself and Others
The Inner Mentor: Guidance, Support and Compassion
The Body and Feelings: An Early Warning Guidance System
Management: Care of Self, Care of Others and Care of Your Environment
Course Director: Sharon McKenna-Daniels BACP UKCP BSCH
01502 710413 / 07525 842407