World Mental Health Day – Webinar

World Mental Health Day - Webinar     On the 10th of October, it's World Mental Health Day and this year's theme is 'Mental health for all'. Join us on the 6th of October at 11 am for a session reflecting on the mental health needs of

Long Covid – How can businesses prepare? – Webinar

Long Covid - How can businesses prepare? webinar    As a business owner/line manager responsible for staff wellbeing, in March 2020 you probably had an inbox full of questions from your team that, like most, you probably didn't know how to answer. After reading all the guidance

Long Covid support – The spokes and the hub

By Dr Julie Denning   It was half term, for me that means more time for kids and more time for getting through my 'to read' list. Amongst others was this article from Adam Saville, Editor at Cover Magazine. It highlights the need for early intervention support

Returning To Work After Cancer Diagnosis – Webinar

World Cancer Day Webinar    On the 4th of February at 11 am, Working To Wellbeing are hosting a free to join webinar on supporting employees returning to work after a cancer diagnosis.   The main topic of discussion will be around how to support mentally and physically for

Returning To Work After Cancer Diagnosis – Webinar

Maggies Barts x Working To Wellbeing    On the 30th of July at 10 am, we're teaming up with Maggies Barts to co-host a free to join webinar on returning to work after a cancer diagnosis. The main topic of discussion will be around how to mentally and

Work & Life with Cancer – Webinar

On the 25th September, Dr Julie Denning will host the latest in our webinar series.   Work: we spend more time at work with our colleagues than with our loved ones. It provides a structure, normalcy, financial reward, social support, a sense of purpose, a sense of

Be kind to yourself

Dr Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W   We often think about kindness in the context of giving to others, pleasing other people, small acts of 'paying it forward' and looking after or out for someone. In the current situation, kindness has been amplified through our need to

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