Your Needs Met
Research has shown that organisations that invest in creating a culture and environment that is good for mental health can provide a return on investment of at least 6:1. But where do you start?
Our introductory training will help you understand your own wellbeing, and that of people around you – whether at work, home or in any other context. It will inspire you with practical ideas about making your workplace an environment that enables people to get their emotional needs met, leading to improved performance and healthier people.
Ten out of ten previous delegates make plans to use the content to help themselves or their workplaces and one month later, nine out of ten say they have implemented those plans.
The Your Needs Met training will:
- Undo misconceptions about mental health and raise awareness of our emotional needs.
- Address the causes of low morale and so help to improve staff engagement.
- Begin to reduce the cost of sickness absence to businesses and make them a happier place to work.
- Go beyond the signs and symptoms to learn about the most exciting and cutting edge approach to workplace wellbeing in the UK.
Really useful session. Very effective communication from the trainer. Think everyone should have this training in the general population
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Great East Run - Danny Smy (1)
Event Date: 22/09/2019Danny is running in the Great East Run half marathon on Sunday 22nd September, covering a 13 mile route across Ipswich.
Karen Webb - Great East Run Half Marathon (1)
Event Date: 22/09/2019
I have been training for this event this year as part of an effort to get fitter and improve my mental health. I have an anxiety disorder and Suffolk Mind has been a great source of information and support for me; so I would love to repay this by contributing in my small way.
Matthew Long's Sudbury to the Sea Kayak Challenge (1)
Event Date: 14/09/2019
Matthew is kayaking from Sudbury to the coast on Saturday 14th September, all to raise money for Suffolk Mind; it is an organised event by the River Stour Trust and is 24 ½ miles over two days.
Suffolk County Council Chairman’s Charity (5)
We are delighted that the Chairman of the Suffolk County Council, Councillor James Finch, has chosen Suffolk Mind as his charity of the year, helping us in our aim of making Suffolk the best place in the world for talking about and taking care of mental health.
Suffolk Food Hall (1)
The team at the Suffolk Food Hall have chosen Suffolk Mind as one of their chosen charities of the year for 2019 and are supporting us with many events and activities throughout the year.
TMJ Interiors was established in 1981, and has become a leader in specialist joinery and the interior fit-out industry. We manufacture and install quality joinery for the commercial, residential and specialist sectors, and we pride ourselves on our highly skilled and dedicated team. This year, we