‘Up for Discussion’ – Reflections from the webinar series

Dr Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W & Nicola Suckley, Director W2W    During the first phase of Lockdown, we ran weekly Q and A webinars with people from a variety of industry sectors and professions to discuss the challenges faced by organisations in helping to support and

Elevenses – Weekly Mindfulness Webinar

New Summer Dates added! From Tuesday the 30th of June at 11 am, and for all of July, we are going to continue to host a weekly guided mindfulness session. This digital event series is open to past attendees and newcomers.   'Elevenses' is an interactive webinar

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

HR Matters Webinar: Managing the health & wellbeing of your employees

On the 28th of May at 10 am, we're teaming up with Freeths LLP and Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce to co-host 'HR Matters webinar: Managing the health & wellbeing of your employees' during these unprecedented times.   This webinar will be led by: Matt Fraser, Employment Senior

Long term conditions – How to support your staff

As you may or may not know, we specialise in helping people who have long term conditions either get back to work or remain at work.  We provide clinical support for people to improve their day to day functioning and help them to self-manage their

Blue Monday – Webinar

On the 20th January, Dr Julie Denning will host the latest in our webinar series. Engage in our interactive webinar that helps you to switch your focus to the here and now and find respite from the maelstrom of thoughts that might be bothering you on

Reasonable adjustments for people with long term conditions – Webinar

For International day of person's with disabilities day on December 3rd, our Director, Dr Julie Denning is hosting a webinar entitled, Reasonable adjustments for people with long term conditions.  Did you know that people who have long term conditions are considered having a disability and are

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World Diabetes Day – Webinar

People with a diabetes diagnosis are advised to make three key behaviour changes in order to self manage their condition: 1) to take their medication as advised 2) to change their diet and 3) to exercise regularly This is no mean feat to undertake. If you are struggling with

Back in shape – Managing employees with back pain

Do you have employees who have to have time off work due to back pain? Our Director, Nicola Hunter, will be hosting this Webinar on 9th October 2019. Get a better understanding of back pain, how it affects someone, what they can do to recover, get

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