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Taking Psychological Responsibility for Self and Others

Taking Psychological Responsibility for Self and Others

23 May 2017, Central London - facilitated by Derek Mowbray and Shakya Kumara (Mindfulness expert)

Background

Most stress is caused by people, their behaviour and the actions they take. There is a need to reduce the levels of stress and psychopresenteeism (the most costly aspect of stress), and adopting Psychological Responsibility is one way of moving towards this aim.

Psychological Responsibility is about cultivating yourself to look after yourself which then leads to a better consideration of others. This doesn’t come naturally, although much is common sense, if not common practice.

Cultivation is about you nurturing yourself, encouraging yourself, persuading yourself and being critical of yourself in the development and growth of yourself as an aware person, conscious of what you need to do to be psychologically healthy, as well as what you can do for others.

Some of the behaviours you need to develop are those that provoke others to reciprocate in ways that you want them to, to co-operate with your intentions, and to help you feel success and happiness. To achieve this you have to be in control of your instinctive emotions, stressful reactions and impulses.

Content

Taking Psychological Responsibility for your own psychological wellbeing:

  • The benefits of taking responsibility for your own psychological wellbeing
  • Mindfulness skills to develop Psychological Responsibility
  • Questionnaires, assessments and exercises on how to take responsibility by thinking about:
    • your identity, values and beliefs
    • your attitude towards threats and events
    • your ability to concentrate
    • our ability to be attentive, including Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence and Reciprocity
  • Contributions to psychological wellbeing

Taking Psychological Responsibility for the psychological wellbeing of others:

  • The effect you have on those around you
  • Intelligent Behaviour@Work, including attitude to others and the ability to be humorous.

Outcomes

Gain an understanding of Psychological Responsibility.

Find out how Psychological Responsibility will help your organisation and workforce. Learn what you need to do to be psychologically healthy, as well as what you can do for others.

Seminar duration

This seminar is a half day awareness programme.

Who should attend?

Leaders, senior team members and managers, senior internal champions of change - specialists in OD, HR, L&D, OH, H&S and wellbeing.

Taking Psychological Responsibility for Self and Others

We can provide this seminar as an in-house programme for your organisation. For further information, please request more details here or call Barbara Leigh on 01242 241882.

Cost

The cost for a single place is £175 + VAT = (£210)

Discounts may be available for multiple places booked on behalf of a single organisation

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For further information and to book, please request more details here or call Barbara Leigh on 01242 241882.

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