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Emily Dever and Jo Facey from CHESS CONNECT delivered an engaging and valuable session on Mental Fitness at our Festival of New Thinking: Business Resilience.
Overall there were two key points:
Mental fitness is the strength or weakness of our thinking patterns, our coping abilities, our self management and self regulation abilities.
CHESS Connect are focused on working with local small businesses to offer help and guidance in this area of mental fitness. They have put together a suite of resources to support the holistic wellbeing of your business as we all navigate challenge, change and uncertainty.
Self Care through times of change
A guide with practical meaningful steps that you can take to address change and challenging times.
Mentally Healthy Workplace Workshops
A way to collaborate with staft to educate and promote a culture of postive mental fitness in your workplace.
Trauma Informed Workplaces
Trauma informed practice recognises the emotional and psychological wounds we sustain during our lives, how we think about them and how that can impact our emotional, physical and social development.
Change in the workplace can be stressful and overwhelming for small business owners and their employees, but change also brings positive transformation.
We are sure you will find value in their content and know they are available anytime to discuss your business needs and look forward to connecting with you in the future.
Reach out to the team to find out more:
Emily DeverWorkplace Wellbeing Specialist / Practice Leader, Business & Partnership Development
Business Resilience Mentor