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Being Resilient in a Tough Job Market: Why Mindset Matters More Than Ever Recorded Webinar (free) CPD

This session looks at how a positive mindset and resilience can be essential tools for a competitive job market. Targeted at new lawyers, the session features a panel who share their own personal experience and advice following qualifying during the 2008 crash.

Wellbeing and positive mental health: Does being a lawyer help? Recorded Webinar (free) CPD

Watch this free online webinar for discussions around mental health issues in the legal profession.

Wellbeing at Work in Changing Times – The Business Case Recorded Webinar (free) CPD

As you and your organisation adjust to new ways of working, please join our speakers to learn more about wellbeing and resilience during a crisis.

The role of a manager in supporting employee wellbeing: Recorded webinar (free) CPD

Our panel of speakers explore the role of a manager when it comes to supporting staff with their wellbeing. We learn what some organisations have implemented to increase the confidence and skills of managers and hear about what creates trusting relationships. This event originally ran as part of our May 2021 Mental Health Awareness Week series.

What lessons about wellbeing has the pandemic taught us? Recorded webinar (free) CPD

We invite a panel of speakers to reflect on what we have learned during the pandemic in relation to wellbeing. What has changed in our personal and working lives, and what lessons can we keep for the future? This event originally ran as part of our May 2021 Mental Health Awareness Week series.

How the Mindful Business Charter can serve as a blueprint for a more mentally healthy workplace: Recorded webinar (free) CPD

We hear about the Mindful Business Charter in this event, which is a workplace initiative designed to reduce stress by facilitating more open conversations about wellbeing between firms and clients. Find out from three organisations how the Charter has impacted their workplaces and relationships. This event originally ran as part of our May 2021 Mental Health Awareness Week series.