Coaching with trained psychotherapists, offers clients a deeper understanding of their own emotional world and how this influences their behaviour, performance and development. Coaching with HealthyMinds@Work provides a unique opportunity to acquire a valuable perspective about ourselves and others, allowing individuals to fully achieve their potential.
Coaching for leaders and employees helps:
- Build self awareness
- Manage stress and other emotional responses
- Increases emotional intelligence and resilience
- Improves relationships by providing insight into workplace dynamics
Supervision, either individually or in groups, provides a space, facilitated by professional psychotherapists, for targeted reflection and help with digesting and processing work-based emotional difficulties. It offers the opportunity to debrief and think constructively about the impact of the emotional demands of one’s job. This enables the individual to create important emotional boundaries for themselves, thereby avoiding becoming emotional sponges in difficult environments and maintain their resilience.
Employees who work in emotionally demanding environments, often require specific support to enable them to remain resilient and productive over the long term, especially in the current climate.
Demanding environments include:
- Legal sector, in particular, family and criminal law
- Healthcare workers
- Public sector
- Not For Profit sector
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supervision we offer
Team supervision provides a supportive space and opportunity for teams to share experiences, develop collaborative relationships and rapidly build self awareness. Working in groups can be challenging. We all bring embedded patterns of relating in the workplace, which are often played out without much awareness. This has a significant impact on relationships, productivity, morale, creativity and consequently profit. In times of stress or pressure this becomes even more pronounced. Team supervision helps create high performance teams that can deal constructively with conflict, work effectively together, are highly motivated towards a common goal and provide a healthy environment for all to thrive. Finally, the group environment provides a safety net, facilitating the growth of personal confidence outside the group. Many of us will experience constant transitions in both our personal and professional lives. This type of supportive group can help to navigate them.
Supervision helps to...
- Reduce sickness and absenteeism
- Develop emotional intelligence
- Boost performance
- Manage stress and anxiety
- Improve communication skills
Supervision for Designated Safeguarding Leads
The results of the training were a more consistent, professional and structured system for performance management across the organisation, with objectives in place for each team member and linked to those of the organisation.
Leanne is a person of high integrity who is utterly dependable and a coach who takes pride in what she does and gains great pleasure from supporting her clients to the best of her ability.
Jo, Jacqueline and Leanne have run workshops in the school to enhance our understanding of emotional resilience and are extremely skilled at identifying how best to use their own specific skill sets to support individuals.
Line managers [now] feel far more confident and able to engage with staff about performance.
Leanne is highly supportive and enjoys creating a safe environment where people are happy, and willing to dig deep into themselves to find what’s holding them back.
Through my own supervision and workshops at the school we have ensured wellbeing is at the heart of our school improvement work.