World Mental Health day takes place on the 10th of October 2017. Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year, but 10 October is a great day to show your support.
The theme for World Mental Health Day 2017 is workplace wellbeing. So whether you’re an individual looking to boost your own wellbeing or an employer seeking advice on supporting your staff, there are a range of techniques you can use to identify and address any issues.
For more information on techniques on dealing with Mental Health issues in the workplace click the read on below
The judges were impressed by our Elite Team Performance work with Worcester Warriors English Premiership Rugby Team. The team were in danger of being relegated from the English Premier League to the First Division. This would have been financially disastrous.
Call of the Wild Ltd, are thrilled to announce our short-listing for the Team Building Experience of the Year Award at the Conference and Incentive Travel Awards 2017 (C&IT) for our Elite Team Performance work with Worcester Warriors Premiership Rugby Team.
Team bonding is essential to a company’s success, so if you haven’t implemented a team bonding plan then it’s about time that you did. And what better way to do so than with a team building activity? Your staff members will get to enjoy a day out of the office and learn how to work well in a team.
Employees have no choice but to work together at a corporate team building event and they’ll be able to apply skills such as problem-solving and planning into the workplace. Here you can learn the many benefits of team building activities.
The Institute of Leadership and Management or the ILM as it is commonly known has recently undergone a rebranding exercise. The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) has a world wide recognised brand and is acknowledged as one of the foremost accreditation and awarding bodies in the field of leadership and management development.
Therefore given the prominence of the Institute and the recognition its brand enjoys why undertake a rebranding exercise in the first place?
A former front line combat medic awarded the DZ Award For Bravery in Afghanistan has found a way of putting her unique experiences to good use in a new role with one of the UK’s most innovative training companies.
Francesca Burrows served on tours in Iraq and Afghanistan during 12 years of service with the Army. She has now joined Call of the Wild, a multi-award winning management and leadership development company based in Neath, South Wales, as a training executive delivering first aid and leadership qualifications.
Unfortunately, times can get tough within a business; staff members can feel under pressure and be faced with challenging situations. However, as a manager, it’s your duty to lead your staff through difficult times. Here you can learn how to lead your team and give them a light at the end of the tunnel.
Call of the Wild , a multi-award winning management and leadership development company, have appointed four new staff to meet their ambitious expansion plans in 2017/2018.
The Company have projected growth over the next 18 months which required the appointment of a number of new staff. The Company have sought to set themselves apart from others by offering different delivery methods for their leadership , management and team development programmes.
Everyone handles change differently and it can be highly-stressful for those who dread it. In fact, it can even translate through to their work. So, creating a safe environment for change and providing plenty of notice is advised.
Here are a few top tips for minimising disruption and making changes as smoothly as possible.
If you’ve recently trained, or are about to undertake training, with Call of the Wild then you may want to know how you can utilise your newly acquired communication training skills. Here you can learn what you can do to implement what you’ve learnt and effectively communicate with colleagues and customers.
Are your staff constantly stressed and feeling high-strung? Well, that’s not good for them or your business.
Take it from us, you don’t have to spend a fortune or a considerable amount of time to tackle work-related stress company-wide. Here are a few easy measures to help relax staff, so they can concentrate better on doing their jobs.