Manager Resilience & Wellbeing Training Programmes

When managers in an organisation have made the important connection between wellbeing and performance and have taken steps to develop their capability and confidence to create resilience in their teams real change can happen.

Making wellbeing conversations the norm and understanding the impact of their own style will create more Good Days at Work for managers and their teams.

Supported by personalised reports

Robertson Cooper use a range of validated personalised reports to support our training and development programmes.

i-resilience provides a comprehensive understanding of personal resilience and gives examples of how this could impact on delegates responses to demanding work situations. The personal i-resilience report allows users to build on existing areas of strength, and also allows them to manage any potential areas of risk.

Leadership Impact is a development tool which uncovers the link between the leader’s natural style and the ‘wellbeing experience’ of their workgroup. Once leaders understand the impact they have on the wellbeing of their people, they can start to proactively manage the way they lead the team to ensure they play their role in maximising wellbeing and engagement.

Wellbeing Snapshot empowers individuals to take control of their own health and wellbeing by identifying the barrier and enables of wellbeing that exist for them in the workplace. Employees can compare their resilience levels to the rest of the UK using live data and provides tangible and personalised employee support.

Manager Training Programmes


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Leadership Impact on wellbeing

This session gives managers a clear insight into how their leadership style influences wellbeing in their team.

Leading for wellbeing

As a manager, it is vital that you are able to cope with the pressures you experience, but also how you set up your team for maximum resilience.

Creating resilient teams

What is it a manager can do to set their team up for healthy success when pressure is high? What are the behaviours and norms that should be on every manager’s radar?

Mental Health & Awareness for Managers

As a manager, it is vital that you have the confidence and skills to promote good mental health but also identify & support team members with poor mental health as effectively and compassionately as possible.