Primary Care Masterclass: Emotions Matter – Riding the Coronacoaster
About this session:
We are living through a pandemic that most of us could never have imagined. Many of us are not in the best emotional shape. Emotions matter for health and wellbeing – how we feel influences our bodies, including physical and mental health. Stress and pressure are associated with increased levels of cortisol linked to depression, cardiovascular issues and weight gain. Learning to regulate unpleasant emotions and experience more positive emotions have been shown to have health benefits including greater resilience.
What Will be covered:
During the session you will:
• Gain knowledge about Barbara Fredrickson’s research in this area
• Explore the links between psychological wellbeing and physical wellbeing, productivity, engagement and resilience
• Undertake an emotional audit
• Learn how to maximise your positive emotions
• Apply tools and techniques to boost your emotional wellbeing
Who the session is for:
This virtual event is for colleagues working in Primary Care who are NHS staff or staff delivering NHS funded care only.
This masterclass will be delivered virtually via Zoom on Thursday 4th March 2021 19:00-21:00.
Technology check/ registration will commence at 18:55 with the masterclass starting at 19:00.
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About the speaker: Rene Barrett
Improving organisational and individual performance, resilience and wellbeing
Rene is an independent development consultant, a fellow of the CIPD, with an MBA. She has extensive understanding of the transformation and devolution agendas and the needs of practitioners across the public, education, police, health and voluntary sectors. She is also an Associate with North West Employers and The NHS North West Leadership Academy and a prime deliverer on current GM Leadership Programmes.
Rene’s previous experience includes being Director of Development at North West Employers, Assistant Director of HR with Salford Council and as Director of Learning for the GMB trade union. She has extensive employee relations experience and is regarded as a leading regional figure in relation to leadership and workforce development.
Rene supports public sector organisations both regionally and nationally in the diverse areas of leadership and management, workforce development, partnership working, action learning, and the development of creative problem solving skills. Increasingly she is working with clients, both individually and organisationally on building resilience and wellbeing.