Enhancing Wellbeing

Teacher wellbeing and resilience support

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In the current climate of growing demands, increasing expectations and rising pressure, it’s vital that you pay attention to the health and wellbeing of the entire school team. With staff attrition at an all-time high, building wellbeing skills in your staff (with a special focus on resilience), is the best way to create a strong, united and motivated team.

Offering a next generation approach to personal and workplace wellness, our school and teacher wellbeing programs are underpinned by the latest research in the field of positive psychology. Focused on building psychological capital at an individual and team level, we work with you to develop tailored training to support your staff.

Examples of our wellbeing topics include:

  • Building psychological capital in your school
  • Staff wellbeing
  • Becoming more resilient
  • Optimising optimism
  • Working with your strengths
  • Strengthening your emotional intelligence through the MSCEIT
  • The power of mindfulness
  • Boosting your confidence
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What do teacher wellbeing sessions look like?

Our wellbeing sessions are developed to meet the unique needs of your school. Whether you’re undertaking a significant change management process, implementing a new curriculum or looking to empower your staff to manage change in everyday life, we can deliver training to develop more resilience in your team and enhance staff wellbeing.

We draw on the latest research in the field of positive psychology for our teacher wellbeing programs. Positive psychology is a scientific approach to studying human thoughts, feelings and behaviour, with a focus on strengths instead of weaknesses. During our sessions, we work with you and your staff to focus on the positives of your roles to adopt a solution-focused mindset.

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10 benefits of positive psychology

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  • Increased optimism and gratitude
  • Boost in motivation
  • A more positive workplace
  • Improved decision making
  • The ability to shift your perspective to adopt new ideas
  • Reduced staff turnover
  • Decreased occupational stress
  • Improved organisational culture
  • Enhanced cohesiveness
  • Improved engagement

MSCEIT Accredited Coach & Facilitator

In a world where change is the only constant, emotional intelligence (EQ) is becoming more important for success in the workplace. The key to healthy interpersonal relationships, effective communication and good decision-making, emotional intelligence helps us recognise and understand emotions in ourselves and in others. 

The Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) is a scientifically validated assessment tool for measuring and enhancing emotional intelligence. The MSCEIT report provides a complete picture of an individual’s real emotional intelligence abilities, including reflective activities and tangible personal development strategies.

A globally recognised emotional intelligence assessment, only accredited professionals can administer, coach, and facilitate MSCEIT workshops. Fully accredited in MSCEIT, Learn Grow Lead can work with your school to evaluate and develop emotional intelligence skills in your executive, administration and teaching teams to enhance overall wellbeing.

Will wellbeing training work for our school?

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This training is for you and your school if:

  • you have a climate of increased worry, anxiety and frustration;
  • you want to improve teamwork, engagement, organisational climate and individual performance; or
  • you have a focus on building emotional intelligence in your organisation to ensure high performance.

From our 35 years of experience working with schools to bring about sustainable, meaningful change we have developed and delivered a range of customised programs for schools just like yours.

“Positive emotions can spread throughout organisations, among members and to customers…[and] fuel individuals to contribute to the effectiveness of their organisation.”

Barbara Fredrickson

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