Our health leadership training is designed to build a culture that puts wellbeing first. Getting your managers to lead by example will, in turn, help to improve employee wellbeing and productivity.
Health leadership training helps leaders to create a working environment where their teams can thrive under pressure. It builds resilient leaders to improve personal and team performance.
Our health leadership course provides a series of focused modules designed to enhance and improve personal and team performance. They specifically focus on practical interventions that optimise the performance of those in leadership and more influential senior positions. The training is available to book as individual places on an open course or as a course exclusively for your organisation and can be delivered as in-person workshops or
Depending on your needs, these additional training sessions are available to help build resilient leaders and get the best performance from their teams:
Our health leadership training delivers sustainable behavioural change that makes a real difference to your business. Our course focuses on coaching managers to develop themselves and their teams to proactively be more resilient to pressure.
The training focuses on practical interventions that optimise the performance of leaders and managers.
Health leadership training can help empower cultures of wellbeing. When managers lead by example, they’ll help to improve the productivity of their team.
Managers will learn how to balance team energy and create a working environment where their teams can thrive under pressure.
Leaders will learn how to motivate their teams to navigate their personal reactions to pressure and gain practical skills to help their teams to perform at their best.
“The whole team found the course so insightful. It wasn’t what we expected, it was so much more. It really has helped us to change our perspective on things. Already I have had feedback from our managers on how they intend to make improvements to the way they communicate and interact with their teams.”