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Supporting your colleagues through mental health challenges

We all hear about the importance of mental health and wellbeing, and in business, an environment where employees suffer from unpleasant emotions can be unproductive and unwelcoming.  At worst, it can be destructive.

In this event, Rich Byatt and Chris Lorimer, accredited Emotionasl Logic coaches, help attendees understand how:

- Mental health impacts upon their organisation

- Unpleasant emotions can be used in a positive way for those experiencing shock, guilt, anger or depression 

- The organisational environment can be a positive environment during times of change.

In this one day workshop, delegates will learn essential skills and how it can be used to support staff going through mental health challenges.

 

This one day course will help delegates understand how the Emotional Logic approach can be used to support staff within the workplace.

The course will use case studies, role plays and kinaesthetic learning approaches to help develop a firm understanding of how Emotional Logic works. 

This course is ideal for those considering whether to become an Emotional Logic coach.

This one day course is led by Emotional Logic Trainers, Rich Byatt and Chris Lorimer.

Emotional Logic was developed in the 1990s by a Devon GP.  Over the following decades, he developed an approach that has been proved to be a highly effective way for individuals to use their emotions in a positive way, supporting their recovery.  The approach is now used globally and is achieving much interest in the treatment of mental health issues, especially in the UK.

Date: 27th April @ 10:00am
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Supporting your friends and family through mental health challenges

When relatives or friends are feeling anxious, unhappy or challenged, understandably you want to know how you can help them.

In this event, designed for those who are trying to help those experiencing mental health challenges, Rich Byatt and Chris Lorimer, accredited Emotionasl Logic coaches, help delegates understand how to:

- Recognise when unpleasant emotions are leading to significant mental health challenges

- Support friends and families through developing a helpful conversational approach using a tried and tested approach

- Assist those they are supporting to become more resilient and able to manage their own challenges

This is a one day workshop, delegates will learn essential skills based upon the Emotional Logic  support approach.

his one day course will help delegates understand how the Emotional Logic approach can be used to support friends and family experiencing mental health challenges.

The course will use case studies, role plays and kinaesthetic learning approaches to help develop a firm understanding of how Emotional Logic works. 

This one day course is led by Emotional Logic Trainers, Rich Byatt and Chris Lorimer.

Emotional Logic was developed in the 1990s by a Devon GP.  Over the following decades, he developed an approach that has been proved to be a highly effective way for individuals to use their emotions in a positive way, supporting their recovery.  The approach is now used globally and is achieving much interest in the treatment of mental health issues, especially in the UK.

Date: 28th April @ 10:00am
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The art of storytelling

This 373 Group event is for those of us who sometimes feel that we’re not getting your message across. We want to stand out to get our audience's attention but we're not always sure of the most effective way to do it.

Storytelling is our most powerful communication tool, yet there is a "knowing doing" gap. Despite our innate storytelling skills, we're quick to revert back to the corporate slide deck, favouring facts and figures, and opportunities for powerful and impactful communications are lost. Whether you’re posting on social media, writing an email or speaking in front of an audience, if you want to communicate effectively the same storytelling principles apply.  

Join Lucy Gower at this 373 Group event for loads of insights, ideas and networking with the friendliest group in the South West.

All welcome!

Date: 14th May @ 7:00pm
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Boston Tea Party - a manifesto for better business

In this 373 Group event, Kate Ashmore of Rebel HR tells her story of how she supported Boston Tea Party in its  development of a manifesto that bucked the corporate norms, helping the business create a people led culture.  The manifesto celebrates difference and individuality, and encourages an empowered workforce, constantly seeking ways to do things better.  It's probably no surprise that the organisation has led the way in closing the gender pay gap.  Kate will reflect on her career in HR, and how people management is rapidly evolving. 

The 373 Group is open to all and is widely regarded as one of the friendliest networking groups in the South West.

Date: 25th June @ 7:00pm