Good Conversations

As lockdown continues and the media news is somewhat bleak in terms of economic outlook, this naturally has had a negative impact on many people’s health and wellbeing. With very little news that we will get back to the workplace (for many) any time soon or that social restrictions will be lifted, it is a pretty grim prospect for many us.

As business owners and managers, we have a responsibility and duty of care to our employees who are working; not working; and furloughed. And as citizens and fellow human beings to our family, friends and contacts. We will all have had to and will continue to have to learn new skills, approaches and techniques that are more appropriate for the current challenges and circumstances. One of those will be how to make and manage difficult situations and conversations both at work and at home.

Our Next Webinar

In our next webinar Margery will be joined by the Wellbeing Team at The Thistle Foundation. The Thistle Foundation support people living with disabilities, long term conditions or facing challenging life situations to live well, whatever that means to them. We are asking the Wellbeing Team whether there are transferable skills that they have and share with others that could be applicable and beneficial to all of us just now whether at work, at home and elsewhere in our daily lives.

In the webinar Margery will be in conversation with Ross Grieve from Thistle about the work that they do and how this can transfer into the world of work and into our lives today. This will be followed by a conversation about some of the topics covered within their Good Conversations Training.

Join us!

To sign up and join us next Tuesday 12th May 2020 at 12.30pm, click the following link.

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