Helping employees cope with persistent uncertainty

After seven months of extreme uncertainty, many of us are experiencing waves of anxiety and fear. Psychologists refer to these feelings of fear and persistent uncertainty, as an ‘emotional tsunami’. They further warn of the impact that prolonged anxiety can have on emotional wellbeing, interpersonal relationships, physical health and work performance.

Centres of Disease Control 2020 statistics

With employee anxiety at record levels, organisations have an opportunity to support their people and positively influence their motivation, engagement and productivity by complementing the focus on physical wellness by investing in employee emotional and mental wellbeing.

Staying Strong

Staying Strong focuses on strengthening resilience, optimism and ownership. The programme is relevant to all the job levels in your organisation as we match experienced facilitators from our team to meet the needs and profile of each group

Watch this short video in which Mbuso Mlagisi shares a brief snippet of this powerful programme.

Staying Strong can be implemented in different ways:

  1. Face-to-face facilitation: A one-day immersive workshop where employees get the opportunity to deep dive into the various topics or a condensed half-day session focusing on the key content of modules 1, 2 and 4
  2. Virtual facilitation: We can package Staying Strong in a way to meet your specific needs e.g. three x 2-hour or two x 4-hour interactive, virtual sessions.

Click here for an overview of the topics

The impact

Woolworths client testimonial

Visit www.freetogrow.com to explore the benefits for your business or contact Kim van Schoor on 084 442 5619 or kim@ftgsa.co.za

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