Supporting your young employees

Many young people cope well with the transition to the workplace while others will face challenges and barriers to engaging, particularly if this follows a period of unemployment.

 

Poor mental health and wellbeing impacts work performance, absenteeism and productivity and affects young people disproportionately, with 18-30 year olds being most at risk.  

A recent Deloitte study (January 2020) finds the cost of poor mental health to UK employers to have risen to £42-45bn annually, a 16% rise in the last 3 years while on average, employers obtain a return of £5 for every £1 (5.2:1) invested in proactive wellbeing interventions. Returns can be higher if designed to build resilience and targeted using diagnostics.

Appropriate and timely support at this key transition will help you to meet the needs of your young employees and allow them to realise their potential and have maximum impact within your organisation.

Maximise Potential

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Positive wellbeing is good for employees and employers alike. Research suggests it can have an impact on motivation, productivity, absenteeism and staff turnover. 

WEEK 1

Assess current levels of resilience and wellbeing using a robust psychometric diagnostic tool.

Employees receive a full report detailing their physical, psychological and social resilience and the impact on their wellbeing.

 

WEEK 2

One-to-one 90 min coaching session with ICF accredited coach to support the design of personalised  wellbeing plan.

 

WEEKS 3 - 7

3 x 60 min online seminars targeted at boosting personal resilience and wellbeing:

  • Energy boost

  • Setting Boundaries

  • Sleeping for Success

WEEKS 8

Psychometric tool used to gain snapshot report at midway point of programme to capture employee progress.

WEEKS 9 - 15

4 x 60 min online seminars targeted at boosting personal resilience and wellbeing:

  • Mental Flexibility

  • Staying Connected

  • Mental Fitness  

  • Furture Focus - Finding your Purpose 

WEEK 16

Psychometric tool used to measure impact.

LEVEL UP

16 week structured programme

Core Coaching utilises the Wraw psychometric tool to measure an individual’s resilience and the impact on wellbeing in the workplace.

The tool allows you to target intervention and measure impact, acting as a catalyst for change.

Fun Patterned Socks

one size does not fit all

The needs of your employees will vary.

 

What one individual may think is positive pressure, another may perceive as excessive pressure, or the final straw.

Every individual has different circumstances, personalities, life experiences and responsibilities which influence how they show up for work.

Coaching

121transformational coaching

  • identify strengths

  • overcome challenges

  • reach peak motivation, engagement and performance

Group coaching

  • facilitate peer connection and support

  • share learning

  • cost-effective option

Half day Workshops

A range of workshops designed to meet the needs of your employees and their managers.

Working Well

Educate and empower employees to discover and maximise their own resilience.

 

Mental Fitness

Science-based toolkit to support your employees to build new habits to benefit performance, productivity and creativity and reduce stress.

 

Peak Performance

Support employees to manage pressure and energy in challenging times.

jane@core-coaching.co.uk 

+44 7766 200 520    

Edinburgh, UK​​     

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