Supporting Staff Wellbeing

For staff to flourish and perform at their best, they need to feel supported. In fact, support from colleagues and managers is often reported as a key factor in good workplace wellbeing. Knowing the right thing to do to support staff through challenges they’re facing isn’t always easy though.

Which is why we’ve compiled these pages of resources to help you support those around you.

Supporting Staff Wellbeing

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Top tips for managing stress and burnout

Maintain balance between your work and home lives.

Top tips for managing anxiety

Distract yourself from worries by doing something else. Absorb yourself in a hobby, get some exercise, watch a film, or chat with friends.

Coping with Grief

When someone close to us dies there is no ‘correct’ or ‘usual’ way to cope.  Each of us experiences grief differently.  It is important to understand that grief is a…

Supporting staff experiencing long COVID: Information for Managers

You may have staff returning to work after being unwell with COVID-19. We know that every individual’s experience of COVID-19, and their recovery from it, will be unique to them. So there’s no ‘one-size…

Newly Qualified Staff – Looking after your wellbeing

Congratulations! You’ve made it. As a newly qualified professional you will likely be excited about starting your new job. After studying hard, learning the ropes on placements, and getting through…

Top tips for supporting teams

Find ways to be a team. Protect time for team activities; formal meetings and informal coffee breaks, either in real life or virtually.

Top Tips for Supporting Staff

Attend to the basics first, by paying attention to safety and practical needs. Ensure your staff have the equipment they need, as well as access to food, drink and uninterrupted rest.

Developing self-compassion

Working in health and social care means that we are often caring for others, sometimes to the detriment of ourselves.  To care well for others, however, we also need to…

Understanding Resilience 

Resilience refers to your ability to navigate through and recover from stressors you are faced with on a daily basis. Whether you can bounce back depends on the stresses you…

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