We are holding a free live webinar for anybody interested in discussing how we can access our natural state of mental wellbeing in the face of challenging circumstances.
To keep the conversation alive following World Mental Health Day, Chetna will explore the concept of innate mental health and what it is that stands in the way of us experiencing more of this natural state of mental wellbeing.
You can register for the webinar here.
Being Lawyers will be collaborating with Inspiration at Work to hold a one day seminar designed to help delegates uncover their innate ability to bounce back from setbacks more quickly and to maintain inner stability and calm irrespective of their circumstances.
With this realisation, delegates will see how to improve their wellbeing to, in turn, thrive and fulfil their potential.
The Open University Law School and the Legal Education Research Network are holding its annual Futures of Legal Education and Practice conference on Thursday, 20 September from 10.00am - 4.30pm at The Open University’s Milton Keynes campus. Chetna will deliver a workshop to help delegates improve their wellbeing.
A five part course to address the top challenges faced by lawyers today including stress, burnout and work-life balance.
The intention of the course is to leave participants experiencing less stress, more resilience, improved wellbeing, enhanced productivity and increased all round performance.
Please see here for more details.
Enhancing Employee Engagement with a New Approach to Mental Wellbeing in Law
The key to enhancing employee engagement lies in improving the mental wellbeing of employees. This session will explore the link between the two and what it would look like to tap into innate wellbeing and higher levels of engagement and performance with greater ease regardless of external pressures.
Chetna will provide delegates with an insight into how understanding the dynamics of state of mind can improve the wellbeing, engagement and performance of employees.
A five part course that addresses the top challenges faced by lawyers today including stress, burnout and work-life balance.
The intention of the course is to leave participants experiencing less stress, more resilience, improved productivity, enhanced communication skills and increased all round performance.
Please see here for more details.
This session forms part of the breakfast series inspired by the InterLaw Diversity Forum's Apollo Project in collaboration with DRIVE, MyKindaFuture, and the Financial Times, to give organisations innovative solutions and practical tools to bring about effective change in the workplace.
Chetna will talk about the importance of a greatly under-appreciated variable to our well-being and performance: Our state of mind. With a clearer state of mind, we function with acute clarity and focus, we remain calm in previously stressful environments, and our in-built resilience comes alive. You will gain an insight into how fundamental an understanding of this is to support your workforce as a whole, including your diverse talent.
You can register here.
Following on from the success of the JLD Annual Conference, Chetna will speak on a live webinar during Mental Health Awareness Week on 10 May from 6pm to 7pm on "Stress in the Legal Profession: A New Approach" for the Junior Lawyers Division. Join us by registering here through the Law Society's Professional Development Centre. Once registered, you can listen to the playback at any time.
Chetna will be delivering a talk at the 10th Annual Junior Lawyers Division Conference on Saturday 8th April 2017 at the Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL. She will be providing guidance on how to reduce stress in the workplace. You can register here.
We will be holding a conference in association with the Law Society on 30 March 2017 at the Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL. You can register here.
Chetna will create a safe space for people to speak openly about any stress they may be experiencing and facilitate a workshop in which we will introduce a new understanding that will help you change the way you relate to stress. You will start to experience the challenges you are currently facing with less stress and more resilience. You will walk away knowing how to have access to optimal performance without compromising your wellbeing.