This download is for the "Seven Stress Solutions for Mentally Resilient Work Teams" webinar.
Please print out a copy, so you can jot things down during the presentation.
Everyone wants to bring their best/full selves to work. Everyone wants to be more productive today and ready for the next sprint (or crisis) tomorrow.
Comfort Consulting offers trainings to build physical, mental, and team resilience skills:
TRAINING/SPEAKING 101s: Well-Being Basics
-- Well-being @Work: Self-care & team-care needs assessment for any workteam
-- "Tend & Befriend: positive practices for resilient mental health"
-- "Take Five: building 5-minute brain breaks that bring productivity & joy"
-- Wellness for Fundraisers: cultivating gratitude, joy & productivity for long-term team-work
-- Building a Wellness Committee: How to form or re-spark an internal culture team
TRAINING 201s: Building Culture
- Building Distributed Cultures of Well-Being: Focusing on dispersed teams, conference calls, & open offices.
- Conference / Meeting / Retreat design: Enhance org & conference goals with thematic icebreakers, team builders, healthy tools and/or wellness breaks throughout the day.
- Travel Warrior Wellness: How to stay well and retain culture when everyone is traveling.
- Specific Resiliency Skills: Customized per resiliency skills group would like to build (see colorful circles below). Experts are procured and/or curriculum is designed to meet team needs.
Your office culture improves with increased attention to personal and team health.
Have a consultation call with Susan to think through culture tune-ups for your team.
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But of course how we treat our body matters
Red and blue combine to make purple (go team)!
Practice the positives to beat back the negatives
Yes. I come from a family of Coach Comforts (my dad was a champion NCAA swim coach, my brother was a high school baseball coach, and my mom was a star physical therapist). My coaching isn't usually THAT physical, but as the photo to the left shows, I do love getting people upside down (and therefore outside of their "comfort zone").
Two reasons: 1) We must bring out best selves to this world-changing work, and as a movement, self-care isn't our strong suit. 2) Supporting each other on physical and mental health opportunities at work can build stronger teams.
Semi-monthly jolt of actionable info & humor.
It's important for folx to take care of their physical and mental health, hence the rallying cry of "Self-Care!" But we say it's more like, "Team-Care!"
None of us can do Self-Care alone anyway. It's important that we build systems, policies and practices to support each other (most of us spend, at MINIMUM, 1/3 of our waking hours at work).
How do we do that? By using physical and mental health discussions and tools to address the stickiness of team health (red and blue combine for purple). Comfort Consulting customizes interactive sessions to improve your work culture immediately.
WARNING: These practices might lead to stronger health, greater empathy, irrepressible joy, effective teamwork and raucous laughter. They might also bring up deeper issues in your organization (such as, if we take more breaks and vacations, how do we hold each other accountable for the work getting done?). These problems are solve-able, and worth addressing.
“One final paragraph of advice: do not burn yourselves out. Be as I am - a reluctant enthusiast....a part-time crusader, a half-hearted fanatic. ... Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain in your head and your head firmly attached to the body, the body active and alive, and I promise you this much; I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those desk-bound men and women with their hearts in a safe deposit box, and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this; You will outlive the bastards.”
― Edward Abbey
Or some inspiring quotes would be great. Good jokes, original artwork, free services. Bring it.
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