Resilience, Wellbeing, Personal Sustainability
The effects of a global pandemic have forced leaders of organisations to bring people’s resilience and mental health to the top of the agenda for board room discussions. It’s about time; these aspects of an employee’s journey have always been important.
It is well understood and documented now that certain elements in a person’s life are key contributors to their resilience and sense of wellbeing. Mindset and perspective, mindfulness, a sense of purpose or meaning, some form of movement or exercise and time in nature.
Also as important are the support systems and structures around an individual in their environment. The processes within the culture of your organisation that have been designed to encourage and nurture people’s wellbeing, truly matter and make a difference.
At the start of 2020, Jem launched his bespoke online course in personal resilience. It has since achieved critical acclaim from First Response Psychology, and is endorsed as a recommended resource for members of the National Disability Services organisation. You can find out more and preview the course here.
COURSE STUDENTS FEEDBACK
Jem is one of the most present people I know. He is extremely well read and knowledgeable about the mind, and able to answer questions backed by science and discoveries. His thoughts on contribution are very important to be spread through humanity.
Jem’s course gave me practical tools I could immediately apply that helped reframe my thinking and reduce my anxiety levels. It was easy to complete and a nice routine completing a 10 min module a night. I’ve found the group coaching sessions extremely valuable and always walk away learning something new about myself.