A positive, high performing, and engaged workforce is the bedrock of any successful organisation. Our people are our greatest asset, and it is inherent upon leaders to take good care of them. The impact of Covid, and associated changes to working patterns, job roles, and in many instances, job security, has produced a once-in-a-generation level of challenge for leaders and managers, who have to balance the needs of the organisation with the psychological wellbeing of their team.
In the past 6 months, resilience and wellbeing in the workplace, and our duty of care to our colleagues, has become a central concern for organisations. In response to this, we have developed this pioneering, post-graduate accredited workplace wellbeing programme that will blend practitioner level awareness with the strategic capabilities to change and influence organisational policy and culture.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I achieve a degree or masters at the end of my course?
Upon completion of our Strategic Wellbeing and Resilience Programme you will receive a recognised qualification (AWARD) accredited by the CMI to level 7 (Post-graduate level).
You can find out more about our accreditations on our Qualifications page.
I have worked in a management position for 4 years, but I have no formal qualifications. Can I still attend this course?
Our courses are designed for all professional roles, whether you have educational qualifications or not. However, we usually suggest that delegates have a minimum of 2 years’ management experience for this leadership courses.
Who should attend this course?
Typically, our CMI Level 7 programmes attract general managers, heads of departments, directors of departments, assistant directors, managing directors, CEOs and other senior leaders. Each cohort will be varied so delegates have access to a network of different job roles across all industry sectors.
You can see all of our frequently asked questions on our FAQs page.
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This course is for you if you want to:
- Develop practitioner skills in coaching
- Gain a comprehensive, evidence-based understanding of the impact of stress on people
- Apply cultural analysis tools to evaluate one’s own culture, to be supportive and psychologically safe in the workplace