Wellbeing for Managers
The session is free and open to those in management/leadership roles working in third sector organisations offering services in Glasgow and surrounding areas.
When talking about managers' stress, it is often in relation to the importance of it being managed for the benefit of the team. However, while of course this matters, managers’ wellbeing needs to be nurtured for their own sake as well.
Recognise the isolation and frustration shared by others and that you are not alone.
Recognise the barriers which can get in the road of seeking help or support for our own wellbeing.
Identify common challenges and possible solutions.
Leave with a renewed sense of self care isn’t self- indulgent and it matters for everyone, including those who lead and manage teams.
Ideas of resources to use for self-care.
This session is facilitated by Hilda Campbell, Chief Executive Officer of COPE Scotland, who has a background in mental health and 30 years’ experience of managing a third sector organisation, as well as prior experience of managing wards while in nursing.
GCVS are delighted to work with COPE Scotland in presenting this workshop. If you have any questions about this or any other Wellbeing event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- 10:00-12:00, 18th January 2022
0141 354 6515
- Health & social care
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