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Work Wellness: Stop Surviving and Start Thriving
September 10, 2018 @ 12:00 am - September 26, 2018 @ 12:00 am
“The success of an organisation or employer is directly dependent on employee well-being.” Whitfield and Cachia, University of West London 2018.
Stress, anxiety and depression in the UK in 2016 were estimated to cost £5.2 billion and 11.7 million lost working days. With presenteeism being as problematic as absenteeism and burnout a typical prognosis for some of the most vital members of our UK workforce, it is imperative that employers and employees strive to make every day at work manageable. Stop Surviving and Start Thriving at work and in your personal life.
Julia Oyeleye, a Health and Wellness Consultant and in-house complementary therapist for a leading law firm will talk about the real effects of stress on the human body and mind. She will share natural health techniques from her past 20 years in clinical practice that are proven to support people to adapt to pressure and live life from a place of prevention. Julia will also talk about work wellness programmes and some of the more innovative approaches to stress management being adopted by employers.
This interactive and participatory session will be useful to everyone interested in their own wellbeing and resilience.
Julia Oyeleye has been a complementary therapist and teacher for over 20 years. Following a career in corporate broking, Julia retrained as a therapist in the late 90’s specialising in stress management. In 2003 Julia started teaching at Morley College and rose to become a senior manager of four departments. Three years ago she returned to clinical practice and re-entered the corporate world as an in-house therapist to one of London’s leading law firms with over 700 employees. Julia now heads up her own company, Health and Wellness Training, which offers bespoke training packages to companies and individuals.
- Evening event
- Refreshments provided
Questions about this event should be addressed to CMI Events at CMIEvents@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 01536 207485.