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Wellness Month

What can you do to keep yourself feeling ‘Well’? ……

At TSS we take Wellness very seriously. Maintaining well-being is crucial, especially in industries like events where challenges and pressures can be intense.

The events industry can bring great elation however can also result in feeling burnout at times. We believe in promoting a nice environment to work; Sharon, our Mental Health advocate, encourages us to ensure we all take regular breaks, get some fresh air and that we are all happy with our work-life balance.

We have compiled some wellness tips that you and your colleagues might find helpful.

Physical Activity: Encourage regular physical activity among the team. Whether it’s a walk during breaks, stretching exercises, or even organizing fitness challenges, staying active can improve both physical and mental well-being.

Healthy Eating: Promote healthy eating habits by providing nutritious snacks or organizing healthy potlucks. Proper nutrition fuels the body and mind, contributing to overall wellness.

Mindfulness and Relaxation: Introduce mindfulness practices, such as meditation or deep breathing exercises. These techniques can help reduce stress and increase focus and clarity.

Work-Life Balance: Emphasize the importance of work-life balance. Encourage employees to disconnect from work during off-hours to recharge and spend quality time with their families.

Professional Development: Offer opportunities for skill development and learning. Feeling a sense of growth and progress in one’s career can positively impact mental health.

Open Communication: Foster an environment where employees feel comfortable discussing their challenges or concerns. This could be related to work pressures, personal matters, or mental health struggles.

Flexible Schedules: Whenever possible, consider offering flexible work arrangements. Allowing employees to adjust their schedules can help them manage their responsibilities more effectively.

Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs): Consider providing access to EAPs that offer confidential counseling and support for personal and work-related issues.

Creative Outlets: Encourage creative expression as a way to unwind. This could be through art, music, writing, or any other creative endeavor that helps relieve stress.

Regular Check-ins: Schedule regular check-ins with team members to discuss their well-being, workload, and any challenges they might be facing. This shows that you genuinely care about their welfare.

Celebrate Achievements: Acknowledge and celebrate both individual and team achievements. Positive reinforcement boosts morale and motivates team members.

Outdoor Activities: Plan team-building activities or outings in outdoor settings. Nature has a calming effect and can be a great way to bond as a team.

Limiting Overtime: While meeting deadlines is important, excessive overtime can lead to burnout. Strive to manage workloads and deadlines effectively to avoid overburdening your team.

Remember, promoting wellness is an ongoing effort that requires consistent attention and adaptation to the needs of your team. By prioritising the well-being of your employees, you’re creating a healthier, more productive, and happier work environment.

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