Today’s workplace can be a stressful place for everyone.
Give Your Employees the Mental Health Skills They Need with one of Orchid's (Beam) Corporate Workshops
The stress that leaders are under constantly is extremely taxing on the psyche and spirit. In this workshop, founders, executives, and entrepreneurs will learn about the importance of processing through difficult emotions and working toward self-awareness and self-improvement. In addition to exploring the seven traits of emotionally fit leaders, they will take steps toward developing their own emotional fitness regimen.
For a company to be successful, its employees need to be emotionally and physically healthy. There are plenty of apps and products that claim to help with this, but a true culture of mental and emotional health must be built from the inside out. This talk explores the importance of supporting your team with their emotional fitness and gives practical, concrete tips for building a true culture of wellness.
Communicating both effectively and empathically at work, especially during times of conflict, can be tricky. Participants will learn about how to both speak and listen empathically, and will be led through a formulaic approach (based on empirically-validated Non-Violent Communication methodology) to work through conflict in the workplace. Role play using real-life scenarios allows participants to practice using newly acquired tools.
Due to the heavy stigma that mental health carries, it is rarely discussed in the workplace. In this presentation, we will speak about why taking care of your mental and emotional health is so important and how working on mental fitness will improve employees' lives at work and at home. This workshop includes personalized resources and therapy matching for anyone interested.
This workshop is designed for anyone who has ever felt inadequate, intellectually fraudulent, or inferior at work. In the world of tech, where every position is prestigious and coveted, imposter syndrome is surprisingly common and hugely detrimental to productivity. This workshop will help participants recognize and understand their imposter syndrome, and learn practical techniques to disrupt their self-doubt.
Even the most secure and confident people have some trouble taking in criticism and negative feedback. Having to deliver it isn't easy either. In this experiential workshop, participants will learn how to deliver both positive and constructive feedback in a candid and effective manner. We will also explore how to take in and make use of feedback from others, even when it feels difficult or incorrect.
The ability to play is an important developmental milestone, and is hugely beneficial in the workplace. This workshop includes a didactic presentation exploring the psychology of play as well as an experiential component that involves actually playing! Participants will be led through both intellectual and physical games to exemplify the value of play. This workshop is great for team bonding and is both informative and fun.