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WIMARQ Wellbeing five-week Program

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WIMARQ Wellbeing five-week Program

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In order to provide support through this challenging time South32 has partnered with WIMARQ to present Andy Roberts of coaching organisation breathe-australia, who will run a five-week wellbeing program for us.

The program includes a weekly Microsoft Teams meeting lasting about 30 minutes. He will also send a short weekly newsletter explaining more about the week’s topic and how to embed new healthy wellbeing habits into your everyday life.

Andy will introduce simple practical mindfulness, resilience and other self-care techniques to help handle stress, promote wellbeing and connect remotely with colleagues. At the end of the session Andy will stay online to answer any questions.

You can either sign up to the Tuesday 1pm course (starting 19th May) or the Thursday 1pm course (starting 21 May). We are limiting numbers to 70 participants for each course.

Many of us are experiencing heightened pressures of working from home, caring for family and managing heightened workloads. This program is for you to engage with as much or as little as you want. Andy’s advice is that the more you engage with the program the greater the benefits. However, we appreciate that you may only be able to dip in and out of the program. He also encourages people to buddy up with a colleague and take the program together - in a COVID safe way of course. This deepens engagement in the program and helps people reflect upon, practice and embed new healthy habits.

About Andy

Andy lectures self-care, mindfulness and resilience at the College of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University and runs leadership programs around Australia. If you have any questions about the program, please contact him directly: andy@breathe-australia.com www.breathe-australia.com

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Five-module wellbeing program 1. Handling stress and anxiety; practical breathing mindfulness exercises at home, work and the space in between to help handle stress and anxiety

2. Mindfulness at work; creating micro breaks in the day, in order to maintain energy, develop presence, improve communication and prioritise personal focus time

3. Building resilience; developing emotional agility in the face of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity

4. Connecting remotely; using strengths to maintain and develop connections with colleagues

5. Having connected conversations; mindfulness techniques to help us give and receive feedback.

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