Making stress your friend with Charlotte Wiseman

Making stress your friend with Charlotte Wiseman

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The Rubens at the Palace

39 Buckingham Palace Road



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Making stress your friend with wellbeing expert Charlotte Wiseman, brought to you by South Westminster BIDs

About this event

Managing stress proactively not only makes us more physically healthy but empowers individuals to make effective decisions, think more creatively, and be more resilient. Ineffective stress management can lead to a state of anxiety, low productivity and other chronic health issues. This session teaches participants to move beyond their comfort zone while also taking responsibility for their wellbeing with confidence, leading to less stress, enhanced performance and sustainable wellbeing. This session comprises

• Understanding our own unique ‘stress signature’ and how this impacts our lives

• Practical techniques to deal with stress to optimise energy, make effective decisions & think creatively

• How to make stress performance & health-enhancing rather than an energy-draining

• Team habits to support each other in stressful situations, sustaining morale, enjoyment & performance

About Charlotte:

Charlotte Wiseman is an applied Positive Psychology and Leadership Consultant known for her pioneering work in mental fitness in the workplace. It was her own personal journey overcoming chronic stress, anxiety and depression that first led her to explore mindfulness and positive psychology in 2009.The changes she experienced were so inspiring that she left her long standing career in the fashion industry to pursue an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology and Mental Health First Aid Trainer qualifications. Charlotte combines her scientific foundation with personal experience to embed positive leadership and wellbeing into the culture of organisations – enhancing engagement, reducing burnout and improving staff retention. A member of the British Psychological Society and International Positive Psychology Association, she has been featured in the Journal of Public Mental Health and is leading the way for bringing the parity of esteem into the workplace.