Free workshops – Listening skills and emotional health – new date added
Do you want to support your staff and build resilience in your team? BOOK NOW for one of our Samaritans-led workshops on Listening Skills and Emotional Health
These Listening Skills and Emotional Health will help equip you or one of team members to improve wellbeing and resilience amongst colleagues and beyond; we have now added a further workshop on Wednesday 6th July 2022.
In addition, we still have places available for the upcoming session on Tuesday 7th June.
All sessions run from 6.00pm to approx. 9pm; the workshop dates are:
Here’s what the intended outcomes of this training are:
- Better understanding of mental health, wellbeing and emotional issues in self and others, and confidence in talking to colleagues about these
- Better knowledge and understanding of when, how and where to signpost colleagues for more support
- Identification and support helps to prevent crises and build confidence and resilience in pharmacy team members
- Prevention of crises will help to ensure ongoing effective provision of community pharmacy services
- Training may also help pharmacy team members in managing patients presenting in the pharmacy with mental health and wellbeing concerns
Want to know more, or ready to book? Visit: https://southstaffslpc.co.uk/our-news/listening-skills-and-emotional-health-training/
Bookings will close around one week before the relevant workshop.
Not sure if it is for you? Here’s what previous workshop participants said…
- “Thanks, this was really helpful and enjoyable. I feel more confident to deal with these difficult situations, and being able to help customers. Talking to the other participants and discussing their experiences has been really useful.”
- “Tools to steer conversations and allow me to make a big difference instead of feeling a bit lost!”
- “Good opportunities and I felt listened to after a hard day at the office”
- “Good to share ideas, apps etc and the role play at he end helped to put some of the phrases into use.”