Coping With Loneliness & Isolation

At this unprecedented and unanticipated period, many are finding it a struggle to cope with enforced isolation and company-wide home working policies.

This ‘new normal’ also sees a considerable number of organizations transitioning to a remote workforce for extended periods of time.

Addressing the challenges that arise with isolation and working remotely, is key to maintaining healthy, engaged and productive employees.

This one hour session shares tips and tools to help employees cope with isolation, and mitigate feelings of loneliness.

Description

Length: 1hr

Delivery modes: Onsite Presentations, Webinars & Pre-recorded tutorials (for wellness portals).

Number of participants:

  • Onsite Presentation: No limit
  • Webinar: 500. For audiences greater than 500, please contact us.

Details: This webinar takes into consideration, the pressures that isolation and loneliness puts on the working population. We look at how this can affect mental health and productivity. This session is also useful for companies transitioning to a remote workforce; however, we must understand that loneliness is not limited to remote workers. What actions can be taken to ensure effective self management of mental wellness? What strategies and tools can be used to cope with isolation, whilst keeping engagement and productivity levels high? These questions are explored, with actionable tips shared on nurturing positive mental health. Content is as follows:

  • The difference between isolation and loneliness
  • Setting a productive routine
  • Healthy @ Home Habits
  • Tips on nurturing a sense of belonging with a remote workforce
  • Unplugging – Creating WorkLife Boundaries
  • Sleep Hygiene
  • Self Compassion & Self Care

Languages Available: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian, Malay, Mandarin, Arabic, Korean and Japanese.

Connect with WORKBLISS to discuss requirements – hello@workbliss.co

WORKBLISS Mental Health seminars are led by expert Clinical Psychologists, Integrative Health Coaches, Functional Medicine Practitioners and Mental Health Counsellors.