Webinar - Managing Stress & Avoiding Burnout with Claire Russell of Mental Health in Business
Since early 2020, we have collectively been living through an extraordinarily stressful time – most people have been coping with unforeseen change and challenges, uncertainty, anxiety and worry.
Many people have had their businesses hugely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, many have lost their jobs, been adapting to working at home, coping with isolation and home-schooling children who may themselves be struggling emotionally. Sadly, many people have been bereaved during the pandemic and, like many people with existing physical or mental health conditions - may not have been able to access the support needed.
We all experience stress to some degree – some might say that some stress is healthy or helpful, because it motivates us and keeps us moving.
However – there is considerable evidence that suggests that high levels of persistent stress at work can lead to mental ill-health and contribute to serious physical ill-health or even burnout.
During this workshop, participants will learn about the effects of stress, how to manage stress, the link between burnout and mental health and how to avoid burnout.
The session will involve interactive discussions and group exercises which are specially designed to ensure effective learning in a short timeframe within an online environment.
Industry Expert Biography:
Claire has over 20 years business ownership and corporate leadership experience, having established, run, sold and managed several businesses in the financial services sector. She is a prolific speaker and has presented on a wide range of topics from business leadership and strategy to more personal inspirational and motivational talks drawing on her own life experience.
Claire's focus is now on mental health in the workplace and in business. She has considerable experience working, volunteering and advising in this area as well as her own very personal experience. She is a certified mental health first aider, accredited mental health first aid trainer and a committed volunteer and trainer with the charitable organisation Samaritans. There are many people talking about mental health but very few that have the combined experience that Claire has - which she is determined to use to effect real change.
This demonstrates the quality of an event and that it meets CII member CPD scheme requirements.
1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.