Summer Recover: How to support those most at risk
The summer has arrived, giving businesses and people a chance to reflect and recharge. Families, carers, those of us with 'always on' minds, as well as those th...
The summer has arrived giving businesses and people a chance to reflect and recharge. However, many businesses have been struggling. Economic disturbance demands greater innovation. People are reporting greater mental health challenges. And budgets are squeezed.
☀️ The good news for people & organisations is that summer is here and it provides plenty of benefits and opportunities. From a biological perspective, extra exposure to sunlight and longer days and holidays can make wonders for people’s joy, motivation and mental health.
But summer is not the same for everyone. Parents and other carers, those who have been working more than ever and don’t know how to switch off anymore, those who have suffered burnout, and the ones who feel disconnected at work need extra support.
This guide digs into how organisations can support those most at risk of not recovering this summer with the latest data, insights and practical strategies and solutions to ensure your people recover effectively.
- How to recover from the new burnout and maximise recovery
- How to support families and carers by helping them feel seen and heard while offering practical solutions to build family resilience
- Addressing long-term physical health challenges, such as chronic pain or blood pressure
- How to build more supportive teams through greater collaboration, innovation & inclusivity.
Download your copy today and dig into how you can utilise Feel Good’s multi-modal approach to learning, including live workshops, podcasts, live panels and more to engage, motivate & inspire your people over the coming summer months ☀️.
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