📣 How clued up is your organisation about wellbeing? And is it leveraging any of the opportunities to support wellbeing through technology? Technology can make our work easier though only when we use the tools well.
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Alex is a corporate wellbeing trainer, mindfulness and compassion teacher and true story facilitator with a particular interest in diversity, equality and inclusion.
Adapting to life in the pandemic has seen Alex host over 1,600 online wellbeing sessions including his four and twelve week wellbeing courses, webinar series, daily drop-ins and breakout rooms.
His style of training is to make you think, to try ideas and exercises out for yourself and to provide you with manageable and repeatable ways to make a difference to your day-to-day wellbeing.
We all have our ups and downs. Wellbeing is not about achieving some kind of perfection. It’s about being able to celebrate and enjoy good times, and managing to bring a compassionate attitude to the times when life is hard.
Natasha has worked in the IT industry for over 12 years and has a good understanding of technology and how it can be used to overcome business challenges. Before joining Inform, Natasha ran a sales and marketing business for five years, delivering services to a range of Microsoft partners in the UK.
Natasha has innovative ideas on how to use technology and is working with several large NHS trusts to introduce new ways of working with Microsoft Teams.
Mark Thompson has over 20 years’ experience in IT, training and support. Currently he’s helping people work with Microsoft Teams and all things Microsoft 365. Mark’s a lead trainer and produces training material for large governmental departments.
Materials include train the trainer, user community engagement, support for non-technical team members and end-user training. He’s passionate about sharing everything he learns and is the main source of Office 365 updates in his current organisation with over 8,000 staff.
This event was live on 28 April 2022, 11:00am