Many organisations are recognising the importance of employee wellbeing and using coaching as one part of the wellbeing strategy to help create healthier work force.
Evidence suggests that even a small improvement in wellbeing can help people to flourish and also help to decrease some mental health problems, therefore understanding the impacts of wellbeing and strategies to improve it can contribute to enabling people to reach their potential and improve their performance at work.
This years West Midlands Coaching and Mentoring Pool Conference focuses on the role work based coaches and coaching have to play in helping develop resilience and manage stress, the importance of connecting with others, choosing your attitude, and looking after yourself as a coach so you can help others. As well as touching on topics that may impact performance at work but often go unspoken, such as menopause.
Linda Aspey will be running a fascinating workshop - details tba!