Workshops for corporate wellness and professional development are offered to organizations, educational institutions, and businesses.
Writing for Wellbeing believes that when employees feel good about themselves and experience emotional wellness, it naturally follows that they work more efficiently and with enhanced focus. Increased mindfulness generates greater self-confidence in solving problems and in proactively welcoming change and development.
We are now offering our corporate wellbeing sessions online via Zoom. In these unusual times, staff emotional wellbeing is more important than ever to help employees de-stress and build resilience. The gentle writing activities we do are tools they can take away with them to use again whenever they need a few minutes of self-care time.
Interactive workshops – guided writing activities interspersed by friendly group discussions – are done with small groups of up to 12 people.
Non-interactive workshops can be done with larger groups, with guided writing activities followed by me chatting a little about the benefits of the activities and how these benefits can spread out into our working and personal lives.
Choose the length of workshop to suit you: 1-hour online workshops are a good choice as they are an effective ‘time-out’ from work pressures, while not taking too large a piece of a working day and avoiding ‘Zoom fatigue’. Longer workshops (up to half-day workshops) can be arranged on request.
Possible themes include:
- Positive Attitudes to Change and Growth
- Write that Stress Away (a popular choice)
- Feel Good about Yourself
- Mindfulness and Calm
- New Perspectives
- Creative Mindfulness
Writing for Wellbeing is an innovative way to generate an attitude of positivity in the workplace. It enhances feelings of motivation and wellness, as well as promoting ease in writing skills and creative thinking. The workshops work brilliantly as part of professional development plans and corporate team-building exercises.
As participative workshops, Writing for Wellbeing provides a lively alternative to talk-based sessions, while at the same time allowing participants to tap their own inner resources and abilities. Feedback from participants shows that they find the activities inspiring, freeing, and helpful in content and approach – while still being easy and comfortable to do. In these challenging times, feedback has particularly indicated how much an hour of Writing for Wellbeing helps people feeler calmer and more focused.
If you wish to create and sustain employee wellbeing – and encourage motivation for growth – Writing for Wellbeing is what you need.