Welcome to our Hub!
We have done the hard work for you - just pick your topic of interest (such as stress at work), and then explore the best, most up-to-date academic and practitioner literature, tools and guidance for individuals, for managers and for organisations - saving yourself hours of time searching for information. And it is free!
Click on the links below to find out more.
**It takes time to develop a sound evidence-base and we are in the process of gathering this evidence. If you have time you would like to give, or are interested in being a sponsor, please get in touch.**
@AffinityHAW 20 hours ago
Really interesting to read this article by @natashaouslis from @ScienceForWork https://t.co/WMSOmKJU6G #leadership #trust
@AffinityHAW 2 days ago
RT @TaslimTharani: Have you recently managed someone returning to work after #mentalhealth sickness absence? Willing to share your experien…
@AffinityHAW 4 days ago
In their review Roberston et al. (2015) found that workplace resilience training can improve personal resilience, m… https://t.co/UP4uFbYUdO
Health and Wellbeing at Work 2019Health and Wellbeing at Work is in its 13th year and it focuses on improving the health and wellbeing of work-aged people. The event consistently attracts key decision makers from both the public and private sectors and has an outstanding reputation for both quality and quantity.
AHAW Master-class - Musculoskeletal disorders and mental health: the links between the twoAs part of our Research Consortium we run quarterly master-classes. Evidence-based information and guidance for practitioners to enhance workplace health, wellbeing and engagement. Day membership is available for £375 plus VAT. To find out more information about the day please get in touch.
Psychological Flexibility at Work: ACT, Enhanced Performance and WellbeingThis course is designed as an introduction to ACT at work. Suitable participants include consultants, trainers, coaches, psychologists, human resources, and learning and development professionals.This course is aimed at individuals looking to use acceptance and commitment theory (ACT) based interventions with either groups or individuals in the workplace.
wellbeing and engagement events.