Prioritising Wellbeing for better balance: Leaders’ ramble and wellbeing hike – setting intentions to enhance wellbeing
Leading and working in the sector can be challenging and rewarding all at once, balancing time, energy, and the ever-changing nature of your organisation or team. You put time and attention into enhancing your teams wellbeing, yet experience guilt, frustration and overwhelm because you feel unable to practice what you preach when it comes to balancing your own work and life.
We’re taking you outdoors on a reflective ramble – not your usual setting for personal development.
This is a great opportunity to seek the benefits of evidenced-based Nature-inspired approaches for mind, body and leadership.
The Down to Earth project, facilitated by JK McQuinn of Where the Mind Grows (and collaborators), invites you to make space and time in nature, to learn, grow and reflect.
You will return to work with strategies to create more space and time for yourself and the collective wellbeing of your team, so that they and your organisation can thrive.
This nature-inspired wellbeing session – the first in a series of four Down to Earth wellbeing workshops – aims to help you with simple tips to prioritise wellbeing and declutter your busy mind, helping you feel clearer and confident in your role as a leader.
During the walk, share a range of reflective questions and resources to help inspire group connection and conversations. You will leave with new intentions, actions and opportunities for wellbeing – plus the benefits from taking part in the activity for physical and mental health.
In the session you will:
- Be equipped with new resources to manage your time and energy in a way that ‘only feeds what you want to grow’ in your culture and personal well-being
- Learn collaboration and team working skills with your fellow walkers
- Reduce your stress and feel better connected and confident – inspired by nature
- Learn a range of simple, yet effective techniques to share with your team
- Support problem solving and decision making skills
- Get creative time for reflection
- Boost energy and motivation.