Mental health at work
The Mind website offers small, simple steps you can take to make your workplace mentally healthier.
10 tips for managing the wellbeing of remote and hybrid working charity teams
Tips and insight based on the experience of a charity moving to a hybrid working model.
Working from home: A guide to creating a healthy and productive workspace at home
This guide focuses on remote workers who are based in their own home, and the unique challenges this presents.
Cranfield Trust Volunteer, Dr Elouise Leonard-Cross, looks at a model for helping personal resilience.
New to home working?
Working from home is a challenge, but setting some structure and maintaining relationships is key, says Cranfield Trust Project Manager Fatima Vepari.
Managing resilience in difficult times
In this webinar Matthew explores resilience within a charity and what it means to us as individuals, 6 keys to resilience, keeping control, recognising and managing our individual states, as well as handling trigger events.
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Cranfield Trust Mentor
A quality mentoring partnership will support you during difficult times and help to broaden your horizons, expand your point of view and encourage you to consider new ways of doing things.
Counselling is a different specialist skill to mentoring and is not something Cranfield Trust can provide. If you need support with mental health, please visit: www.mind.org.uk/information-support.
Seven pillars of wellbeing
As you face these challenging times, your wellbeing and that of your team is essential. Watch our webinar with Chris O'Rourke who takes you through the seven pillars of wellbeing - social, emotional, spiritual, environmental, occupational, intellectual and physical - to help you navigate this time of change.
Looking after yourself during a pandemic
Cranfield Trust volunteer Julia Tyler explains why self care isn't selfish during the pandemic.