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We are delighted to launch our Wellness and Resilience Programme 2021.    Our events are listed below in date order.

The Learning and Organisation Development team works with individual leaders and leadership teams to address specific development needs. If you wish to have a conversation about individual leadership or team development needs, please contact us.

Wellbeing Webinar Short Series

We are pleased to also be able to share the following short webinars on wellbeing and resilience from IBEC:

  • Fighting Covid Monotony – 8 mins. Susannah Morrissey, OM Wellness shares tips to overcome that feeling of Groundhog Day.
  • Eat right, Stay Bright – 7 mins. Explore links between gut and brain health. Simple changes to your diet with Jenny White, Beoga Nutrition.
  • The Big Stretch – 21 mins. Learn simple techniques and stretches to support you at your desk with James Kennedy, Kos Ergonomics.
  • Improving sleep quality – 14 mins. John Paul Hughes, Zevo Health will reveal some useful tips to enrich your sleep.
  • And breathe … - 14 mins. Uncover the power of effective breathing. Susannah Morrissey, OM Wellness will coach you in the art of mindful breathing.

Some tips from a Trinity Academic, Julie Broderick (Physiotherapy) - Opeds from The Conversation

In House Programmes

Introduction to Social Media, with Sharon Campbell, Deputy Head of Communications 

Social media has become an inevitable part of life, with its ability to facilitate communication and provide opportunities to share and discuss work globally, to network with peers and to engage the public on a broader scale.

This session will provide insight into the leading social media platforms including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram. It will also give you an understanding of best practice, benefits, risks and support you in deciding which channels are best for you in your professional role. 

All Staff

24 February 2021
11:30 - 13:00
online

Wellness & Resilience - Caring for the Carers

All Staff

26 February 2021
15:00 - 16:30

Bouncebackability
with Jerry Kelly, First HRD

All Staff

10 March 2021
10:00 - 11:00
online

Nutrition and the Menopause
Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

All Staff

10 March 2021
14:00 - 15:00

Creative Collaboration in Remote Settings
with Jonathan Bannister, Tangent

At this workshop, we will draw upon diversity in ideas, backgrounds and expertise to yield creative and innovative outcomes. Participants will be offered the opportunity to reflect on how our working environment has changed and what skills, attitudes and behaviours are now necessary to collaborate effectively in a remote setting.

At this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore how teams develop meaningful professional collaborations remotely
  • Identify various tools and methodologies to improve team collaboration and reflect on areas for development
  • Practice collaborating remotely and explore how technology impacts communication and team dynamics
All Staff
10 March 2021
14:00 - 15:30
online

Professional Skills Programme  - Storytelling for Impact
with Steve Rawling, New Thinking Tools

Creating a compelling narrative using action and emotion to get attention and reach your audience. Told well, stories can influence and engage audiences; present content, structure, and can be used to provide insight, garner support, and frame evidence in a way that other formats miss.

All staff
11 March 2021
10:00 - 12:00
online
book here

Creating and Living your Best Life
Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

All Staff

11 March 2021
14:00 - 15:00

Professional Skills Programme - Pitch to Win
With Steve Rawling, New Thinking Tools

All staff
16 March 2021
10:00 - 12:00
online
book here

Wellness & Resilience - Getting a Good Nights' Sleep

Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme
26 March 2021
14:00 - 15:00

Wellness & Resilience - Promoting Wellbeing through the pandemic

Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

13 April 2021
12:00 - 13:00

Creative Collaboration in Remote Settings
with Jonathan Bannister, Tangent

At this workshop, we will draw upon diversity in ideas, backgrounds and expertise to yield creative and innovative outcomes. Participants will be offered the opportunity to reflect on how our working environment has changed and what skills, attitudes and behaviours are now necessary to collaborate effectively in a remote setting.

At this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore how teams develop meaningful professional collaborations remotely
  • Identify various tools and methodologies to improve team collaboration and reflect on areas for development
  • Practice collaborating remotely and explore how technology impacts communication and team dynamics
All Staff
13 April 2021
14:00 - 15:30
online

Wellness & Resilience - Living with Worry and Anxiety
Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

All staff

15 April 2021
12:00 - 13:00

Wellness & Resilience - Supporting Suicide Awareness & Prevention
Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

All staff

21 April 2021
10:00 - 11:30

Wellness & Resilience - Recognise & Support Colleagues & Family: Mental Health Awareness
Delivered by Inspire Wellbeing, Employee Assistance Programme

All staff

4 May 2021
11:00 - 12:00
     

Management Skills for the Current Environment

More information on the programme

The role of the Manager has taken on a new level of urgency and challenge as we continue to find effective ways to work in remote and hybrid environments.

The aim of this highly practical programme is to provide Managers with the skills for a remote world of work, in a time of uncertainty. You can apply these skills and techniques to support you in your own work and in managing and leading others. Participants must attend all modules in the series to complete the programme

Notes:

  • A pre - paid fee of €65 to cover the administration cost for your DISC Workplace profile will be charged upfront when you register for this modular programme
  • Essential Pre-work: This session includes a pre- course online psychometric. Participants will receive a detailed and tailored 20-page profile report that supports their ongoing development and application of DISC post the Workshop session.

Module 1: Working in Remote and Hybrid Environments

Explore how to develop productive rhythms and routines that help you focus and manage the workload.

Recommended Pre - work: LinkedIn Learning:  What's Next: Reinventing Work in the New Normal

Derek Fox, DFLeap

23 February 2021
10:00 – 11:45
Online

Module 2:  Managing in Remote and Hybrid Environments

Discover a tool kit for managers to help plan, organise and manage work and staff with realistic expectations.

Recommended Pre-work: LinkedIn Learning: Leading at a Distance

Derek Fox, DFLeap

2 March 2021
10:00 – 11:45
Online

Module 3:  Flexible Management Style

Work with proven methodologies that help managers to develop staff. Psychometric included in module.

Essential Pre-work:  Flexible Management Style evaluator

Recommended Pre-work:  LinkedIn Learning:  Coaching and Developing Employees

Derek Fox, DFLeap

9 March 2021
10:00 – 11:45
Online

Module 4:  Motivation and Engagement

Learn practical ways to motivate and connect with your team

Essential Pre- work: Motivation to Work questionnaire

Recommended Pre-work:  LinkedIn Learning:  Motivating and Engaging Employees

Derek Fox, DFLeap

23 March 2021
10:00 – 11:45
Online

Module 5:  Effective communication through the language of DISC

Understand the impact and behaviours and preferences in a remote world of work. How to understand other people and adapt for success.  

Recommended Pre-work:  LinkedIn Learning:  Interpersonal Communication

Derek Fox, DFLeap

30 March 2021
10:00 – 11:45
Online

Skills Lab for Managers
By Invitation Only

Delivered by Annie Scaife, HR Learning and Organisational Development  
At these 90-minute, bi-weekly Skills Labs for Managers you will practice the approaches and tools offered at each module of the series. Take this opportunity to revisit and refresh your skills, collaborate and benefit from ongoing peer support.

For Managers (All those who have completed the Management Skills for the Current Environment Programme)

TBC

     

Completed

Working through Covid

This highly practical workshop will allow participants to experience and practice a range of techniques designed to formulate new routines to assist in focus and engagement. This session will explore how to 'chunk down' daily objectives into practical tasks to align with the most effective work routines. Managing yourself and your day is a critical skill when working remotely and this session will provide a range of 'best practice' techniques to help participants to set themselves up for success.

Pre-course LinkedIn Learning: What's Next: Reinventing Work in the New Normal

All staff
25th November
 

Recognising Stress to Manage Anxiety and Burn out (Minding Ourselves and Others During Covid) with Joanna Harney, Student Counselling

This highly participative workshop aims to provide practical strategies and experimental opportunities to help us manager our mental wellbeing at work.  In this session will discuss the following areas:

  • Managing anxiety and stress through uncertainty
  • Building and maintaining resilience
  • Managing difficult emotions
  • Monitoring self-care and understanding the signs and signals of burnout
  • Dealing with self-criticism
  • Responding to others to help meet and overcome challenges

LinkedIn Learning Recommendation: Building Resilience

All staff

25th November

cancelled

 

Recognising and Responding to Distressed People

Delivered by Student Counselling

This workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others experiencing distress. The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, active participation is encouraged and facilitated.

All Staff

27th November 2020
complete
 

Writing for the Web

Understand the issues involved in making online writing accessible to all readers, and adapting hard copy for web. Learn how users 'read' websites to achieve a reader-focused style and structure. 

Pre-Course Work: Learn to write for the Web (1hr 24mins). Please complete our online questionnaire – by 17 November (if possible).

All Staff
30th November 2020
complete

 

Recognising and Responding to Distressed People

Delivered by Student Counselling

This workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others experiencing distress. The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, active participation is encouraged and facilitated.

Faculty of Health Sciences Staff
9th December 2020
complete
 

Introduction to Social Media, with Sharon Campbell, Deputy Head of Communications 

Social media has become an inevitable part of life, with its ability to facilitate communication and provide opportunities to share and discuss work globally, to network with peers and to engage the public on a broader scale.

This session will provide insight into the leading social media platforms including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram. It will also give you an understanding of best practice, benefits, risks and support you in deciding which channels are best for you in your professional role. 

All Staff

9th December 2020
complete

 

Recognise Stress to Manage Anxiety and Burnout (Minding Ourselves and Others During Covid)
with Mark Robinson, Student Counselling 

Are you noticing how much people are talking about anxiety and burnout as a result of the pandemic? This highly participative workshop aims to provide the participant with a practical guide to mind ourselves and others at work during Covid. Practical strategies are delivered through experimental opportunities to help us know how to look for the signals to manage our mental wellbeing at work. 

All Staff

14 December 2020
complete

 

Recognising and Responding to Distressed People

Delivered by Student Counselling

This workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others experiencing distress. The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, active participation is encouraged and facilitated.

Faculty of Health Sciences Staff
13 January 2021
complete
 

Creative Collaboration in Remote Settings
with Jonathan Bannister, Tangent Trinity's Ideas Workspace

At this workshop, we will draw upon diversity in ideas, backgrounds and expertise to yield creative and innovative outcomes. Participants will be offered the opportunity to reflect on how our working environment has changed and what skills, attitudes and behaviours are now necessary to collaborate effectively in a remote setting.

At this workshop, participants will:

  • Explore how teams develop meaningful professional collaborations remotely
  • Identify various tools and methodologies to improve team collaboration and reflect on areas for development
  • Practice collaborating remotely and explore how technology impacts communication and team dynamics
All Staff

21 January 2021
complete

 

Wellness & Resilience - Motivation '21
With Jerry Kelly, First HRD

This lunchtime wellbeing talk is to help people connect with each other in the university, and to give some practical tools and techniques to help stay motivated in times of uncertainty.

All staff
21 January 2021
complete
 

Recognising and Responding to Distressed People

Delivered by Student Counselling

This workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others experiencing distress. The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, active participation is encouraged and facilitated.

Faculty of Health Sciences Staff
27 January 2021
complete
 

Wellness & Resilience – Why you’re Confused about Food and What to do About it!
with Martina Mullin, Healthy Trinity - Lunchtime wellness talk:

The age old question, “What should I eat?” continues to cause confusion.   This workshop will answer that question from a health promotion perspective.  It will give an overview of the diet industry and what it has to gain from muddying the waters about food. It will clarify how you might change what you eat if your focus is on food from a scientific, artistic, ethical and/or social perspective.  It challenges the ambivalence about what is “good food” and highlights eating as an opportunity for nutrition, pleasure and social interaction. 

All Staff
16 February 2021
complete
 
     

 

Your HR Manager Series on HR Matters

Please go to our YourHR pages to access further courses for Managers.

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