Building resilience with exercise and diet

By helping your team to understand the link between looking after their diet and physical health and their ability to face challenges, you can help them become more resilient. Simple changes can make a huge difference to how we cope with stress.

Supporting an employee with cancer

Cancer can affect a member of staff physically, emotionally and have big financial implications. These tips are designed to help you support your employee through their cancer journey, from diagnosis through treatment and living with cancer.

Supporting an employee through long-term sickness

This manager guide provides guidance to help you support an employee through long-term sickness absence, including tips for keeping in touch and making adjustments to help facilitate a return to work.

Helping teams to return to work safely

As managers, we will need to support our teams in returning to the workplace and adjusting to a new normal, keeping everyone safe and well. This guide highlights a few of the key areas that you may like to consider.

Making blended working a success

Every workplace is unique and there isn’t a one size fits all approach when it comes to creating a positive workplace culture in a hybrid working environment. As managers, there are things that we can do to help our teams to readjust.

Having a conversation about mental health

Knowing the right thing to say to someone who you suspect might be struggling with their mental health can be difficult. This guide gives you practical advice about how to have an effective conversation with someone about their mental wellbeing.

Helping your team to manage workloads

Manging our workload can be a challenge for us all, particularly when there’s a lot going on. As a manager it may sometimes be necessary to support your team in managing their own workloads in order to remain as focused and productive as possible. We’ve put together some tips on how you can help your colleagues to get the most out of their day.

Supporting your team and avoiding burnout

Fatigue and risk of burnout are common in today’s workplace, especially with increases in working from home. As a manager it’s your role get the best from each member of your team and this includes looking out for their wellbeing. It’s critical that mangers identify the signs of stress that might result in burnout.

Alcohol and substance misuse

Understand how to spot the signs and support an employee who may be struggling.

Working Well Toolkit

An 8-part series of resources for Broker managers and team leaders to help you overcome some of the people challenges presented by a remote and changing environment. Editions 6 & 7 focus on common mental health issues such as stress, anxiety and burnout.