Date: 29th November 2022
Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
Theme: Leadership & Mentoring
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This will be an interactive workshop that will focus on the resilience and well-being of the Leader and how that influences the wider workforce. This will be online with a few slides and lots of good discussions.
- Understanding what resilience is.
- Recognising the signs of stress, burnout and poor mental health.
- Being a role model leader in the workplace.
- Tools and techniques for a resilient mindset.
- How to support the wellbeing of employees for a well and thriving workforce.
Understanding what resilience is.
Recognising the signs of stress, burnout and poor mental health.
Being a role model leader in the workplace.
Tools and techniques for a resilient mindset.
How to support the wellbeing of employees for a well and thriving workforce.
Understanding what resilience is.
Bio of deliverers
Philip Dyer, Founder, Healthy Leaders Ltd
Philip has a business career which has spanned over 30 years and a broad range of sectors. Whatever the business sector his focus has always been people, identifying the barriers to personal growth and development and how these impact on organisational aspirations and ambition.
Whilst Philip’s experience extends to international businesses, his passion lies with owner managed businesses; often referred to as the backbone of the British economy.
Philip was the first Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Central Lancashire and held an Honorary Teaching Fellow position at Lancaster University Management School and is a regular presenter on the topic of wellbeing; having seen too many negative examples of the impact of running your own business – excessive stress; lack of time – his emphasis is on self-care to improve personal wellbeing and quality of life. If you feel good, you perform better; be that at home or work! In response to an overwhelming need, Philip founded Healthy Leaders in 2018 – focusing on wellbeing coaching to increase productivity and performance followed by Healthy Leaders Academy in 2021; an on-demand proposition accessible to multiple users in an organisation online.
Philip is a former Black Belt in Karate and British Karate Champion (1977); making physical wellbeing a lifestyle choice, his last competitive endeavours were in the international sport of indoor rowing, achieving runner up in the European Championships in January 2019, and a credible 5th place in the World Championships in Calif
Maria Mander is a Health & Wellbeing Specialist on the Skills For Growth Programme at The Growth Company. She is a renowned expert and leader in employee wellbeing, engagement & culture change, and provides specialist advice to SME’s across Greater Manchester to develop a healthy, thriving and productive workforce for business success.
Maria’s career spans over 30 years. She founded her own company providing Wellbeing Consultancy and strategic direction to SME’s and corporate companies (both private and public sectors) across the UK and globally. She was an award winner on the NatWest Entrepreneur Accelerator Programme.
Maria brings a fresh holistic approach to wellbeing in the workplace applying techniques gained from being a Life Coach, a Mindfulness & Meditation Tutor and is a trained Mental Health First Aider. As a Reiki Master Practitioner she has been a pioneer for getting this treatment into the workplace to support the overall health of employees. She is passionate about inspiring others to make positive changes in their lives, both personally and professionally.
Paul has worked previously in senior leadership roles for several multinational manufacturing and logistics companies. Putting people and collaboration at the forefront of culture and organisational change enabled him and his teams to deliver sustainable organisational excellence in sometimes challenging environments.
Currently the wellbeing lead for the CIPD in Greater Manchester, a business advisor in the People Skills and Talent team at the Growth Company, part time lecturer in business and Human Resource Management and active supporter of charitable and none for profit organisations across the region