Prosper Wellbeing’s Sandra Flanagan is to give her insight into building personal resilience in a Norfolk Chamber session at Norwich Business Park, 17th May.
The session, available to book online here, is targeted at employees and managers and will explore the relationship between unmanaged stress and mental health issues within the workplace.
With this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week focusing on stress and how to tackle it, Sandra will be providing practical advice about how to build personal resilience, creating healthier and more productive work environments.
Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, and stress is a key factor in this. Identifying the early warning signs as well as creating workplaces where employees feel comfortable enough to talk about stress is vital in tackling mental health problems at work and in the wider community.
Sandra will be giving advice on the follow topics:
- How early interventions and personal awareness can reduce work related stress
- How appreciation and positive communication improves interpersonal relationships
- Why raising awareness of mental health issues and eradicating stigma is in everyone’s best interest.
Director of Wellbeing at Prosper Wellbeing, Sandra Flanagan is passionate about improving mental wellbeing within East Anglia. Sandra has 15 years of experience working as a Senior Manager and Deputy CEO at Norwich Mind, Norfolk’s leading mental health charity.
She has implemented projects within Mental Health and Social Care and found success frequently focused on building strong resilient teams.
Date: Thursday, 17 May, 2018 – 12:00 to 14:00
Venue: 9 Norwich Business Park, Whiting Road, Norwich, NR4 6DJ
Member Rate: This is free to attend for Chamber Members
Non-Member Rate: These free sessions are for members only
Book online here