Webinar | Motivation: You and your team
Business in the Community takes a whole person approach to wellbeing that includes financial, physical, mental and social aspects.
28 May 2020
12:00 pm - 12:40 pm
Free - member only
Our Wellbeing Webinar Series seeks to address some of the biggest concerns of both employers and employees at this unprecedented time of change and challenges, providing the tools to help you improve your own wellbeing and support others to become happier and healthier.
The Wellbeing Webinar Series is part funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, through the Age at Work project, which aims to support people aged 50+ to remain in or return to work.
Motivation: You and your Team
Most of us will have ‘hit the wall’ at some point during the COVID-19 crisis and found it challenging to re-motivate ourselves. This webinar will focus on providing you with the skills to motivate yourself and your team throughout this difficult period. Guest speakers include: Fiona Molloy, Executive and Personal Life Coach, FM Coaching, and Siobhan Kearney, Life and Executive Coach, At One Wellbeing.
During the webinar we will look at the science behind a lack of motivation and discuss action we can take to motivate ourselves and those around us, helping to develop and support our colleagues to build stronger, driven and motivated remote teams.
Stephanie Reid, Wellbeing & Inclusion Manager, Business in the Community NI
Fiona Molloy, FM Coaching
Fiona is a fully qualified and accredited Executive and Personal Life Coach and a member of the Association for Coaching -the UK’s regulatory body for the coaching profession. Fiona has been coaching since 2015 in the public, private and voluntary sectors and is also a volunteer mentor with both CO3 (third sector leaders’ network) and Women in Business.
Siobhan Kearney, At One Wellbeing
At One Wellbeing is the brainchild of Siobhan Kearney. Siobhan is a Life and Executive Coach having achieved a Distinction at QQI Level 6 in Life and Executive Coaching.
As CEO of a leading mental health charity for over 6 years she has a very real understanding of how easy it is for life to present difficulties, but this does not mean we become unwell as a result.