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Resilience and conflict resolution workshops for London’s frontline and community workers

Free online workshops designed to meet the expressed challenges faced by anyone who is in a professional role supporting others.

Free online workshops designed to meet the expressed challenges faced by anyone who is in a professional role supporting others.

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Workshops

Updated: 19/01/2024

Introduction

Thrive LDN has been working with Healthy Dialogues, with support and funding from the Mayor of London, to offer a series of free online workshops designed to meet the expressed challenges faced by anyone who is in a professional role supporting others.

The workshops will cover topics such understanding stress and resilience, developing personal awareness, developing our coping strategies. Alongside building communication skills crucial for de-escalating conflicts and investigating personal coping strategies for managing one’s response to conflict.

All workshops are free-to-attend but pre-registration is required. You can register through the links below or via TicketSource.

Resilience workshop 1

Resilience workshop 1: Understanding stress and resilience

In this workshop, we will look at why resilience is important in the workplace and how to develop and enhance our resilience. We will also delve into the different ways stress can impact our levels of resilience.

Timings and registration:

The links below will take you through to the registration for each workshop:

Monday, 19 February, 11am-11.45am (with British Sign Language (BSL) translation)

 

Resilience workshop 2

Resilience workshop 2: Developing personal awareness

In this workshop, we will look at how negative thoughts can impact our wellbeing and what we can do to reframe these thoughts. We will also identify the strengths we have and how we can use them to enhance our resilience.

Timings and registration:

The links below will take you through to the registration for each workshop:

Monday, 26 February, 11am-11.45am (with British Sign Language (BSL) translation)

 

Resilience workshop 3

Resilience workshop 3: Developing our coping strategies

In this workshop, we will look at different coping strategies and how to identify our own coping strategies and use them to develop our resilience. We will also look at how we can incorporate mindfulness exercises into our coping toolkit.

Timings and registration:

The links below will take you through to the registration for each workshop:

Monday, 19 February, 2.30pm-3.15pm
Monday, 4 March, 11am-11.45am (with British Sign Language (BSL) translation)

Conflict resolution workshops

In this workshop, we will delve into the prevalent causes of workplace conflict.

We look at essential communication skills crucial for de-escalating conflicts and investigate personal coping strategies for managing one’s response to conflict.

Participants will explore common causes of conflict, communication methods to assist de-escalation and personal coping strategies.

Timings and registration:

The links below will take you through to the registration for each workshop:

Wednesday, 21 February, 1.00pm-2.00pm (with British Sign Language (BSL) translation)
 Wednesday, 28 February, 11am-12pm

Please note, the Conflict Resolution workshops are repeated – the first is delivered on 21 Feb (with BSL translation) and then a repeat session is delivered on 28 Feb. You only need to register for one workshop.

About Healthy Dialogues

Healthy Dialogues Ltd is a Public Health consultancy and established Health and Wellbeing training provider for the public and voluntary sector.

Their trainings are conducted by a team of Chartered Health Psychologists that specialise in behaviour change with a focus on positive health and wellbeing outcomes for individuals and communities.

Championing mental health and wellbeing in London

The rollout of these workshops has been supported and funded by the Mayor of London, and was commissioned by Thrive LDN as part of the response to support Londoners’ economic wellbeing and those impacted by cost of living pressures. This comes as thousands of Londoners pledge to become champions for positive wellbeing where they are empowered to act to improve their own and their communities’ wellbeing.