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Legendary learning and development webinars

Join us for our latest series of legendary virtual learning and development webinars.

The power of play - mental health in a post-covid classroom

16 July 2020 11:00 – 11.30

During the past few months of lockdown, children will have been feeling a huge variety of emotions: excitement, happiness and relief, but possibly also anxiety, anger, trepidation, even grief. 

Dealing with and being able to express these emotions will aid learning and we, as laughologists, believe that play is a vital part of this, both at home and at school. In this session, we’ll explain why, and give you some tools to incorporate play into your daily routine. So whether you’re a teacher in the classroom or a parent wanting to support your child at home, you’ll find out more about:

  • Exploring the mental health problems faced by children during lockdown.
  • How play can help us understand this new world of learning.
  • How play can translate into and help core subjects.

  • Cost - FREE
  • 500 places available

Presented by Victoria Maitland & Edward Elgood, Laughologists and actors who play for a living, and realise how important it is.

Workplace FLIP-it Thinking

21st August 2020 11.30 – 12.45

Hosted by Stephanie and Kerry Leigh

The way in which organisations are working now is developing almost daily. Therefore, the future of our working lives will look and feel, entirely different to what we have known in the past.

  • Cost £7.99
  • 500 places available

Laughology’s very own FLIP-It Tool Kit can help you more easily readjust to those changes and evolve with them by:

  • Helping you to adapt and flex your thinking, so you’re more optimistic and positive.
  • Encouraging you to apply a ‘Growth Mindset’ so that you’re open to new ideas, concepts and learning.
  • Using humour to build resilience and feel more in control, improving your overall wellbeing.

MIND THE GAP – Back to school – For school leaders

Two x 90-minute virtual workshops

26 June 2020 - 4.00pm – 5.30pm
3 July 2020 - 4.00pm – 5.30pm (link will be sent after the first event)

Cost £40 (includes both workshops and resources)

50 places available

Webinar 1 content

Webinar One: 26 June 2020

4.00pm – 5.30pm

Leading in extraordinary times

  • Creating psychologically safe environments for staff, children and parents
  • Managing, motivating and communicating through extraordinary times
  • Supporting people to flourish through complexity, with agility and flexibility
  • Creating a school-ready action plan
     
    Content and resources:
  • Cheat sheet on creating virtual environments
  • Practical activity sheet for creating the right environment
  • School/Nursery Action Plan (SNAP*)
     
    Activities:
  • Creating a plan for psychological safety, Creating a SNAP*
Webinar 2 content

Webinar Two: 3 July 2020

4.00pm – 5.30pm

Big chats, little chats** for mental health and wellbeing

  • Toolkits for supporting mental health and wellbeing
  • Identifying concerns early and developing prevention plans
  • Supporting and signposting when challenges arise
  • Introducing FLIP for resilient, future-focused teachers and children
     
    Content and resources:
  • Mental health cheat sheets
  • FLIP introduction cheat sheets
     
    Activities
  • Activities for managers to promote positive mental health and resilience 
  • Developing regular check-ins
  • How to support psychological safety with visual triggers and mental triggers

MIND THE GAP – Back to school – NATIONAL INSET DAY For school leaders and staff

75-minute virtual workshops

1st September 2020

Cost £5 (includes workshop and resources)

Webinar content

MIND THE GAP - for leaders and school staff

A single 75 min webinar for school staff which we recommend accompanies the leader programme

Return to school will raise concerns over safety, wellbeing and change. Some staff will work from home, which requires a new mindset and new practices. Resilience, agility and adaptability are core skills. People will need to learn quickly and modify how they teach at short notice. 

This 75 min webinar introduces:

  • Growth mindset skills for agility and adaptability
  • Skills for building resilience and positive mental health
  • Creating a SNAP (School/Nursery Action Plan)

 

MIND THE GAP – Back to work – For managers

Two x 90-minute virtual workshops

26 June 2020 - 1.00pm – 2.30pm
3 July 2020 - 1.00pm – 2.30pm (link will be sent after the first event)

Cost £60 (includes both workshops and resources)

30 places available

Webinar 1 content

26 June 2020 1.00pm – 2.30pm

Leading and managing through extraordinary times

  • Creating virtual and physical psychologically safe environments
  • Managing, motivating, and communicating with virtual teams
  • Supporting teams to flourish through complexity, with agility and flexibility
  • Creating a Work-Ready Action Plan (WRAP*) with your team 
     
    Content and resources:
  • Creating the right environment cheat sheet
  • Practical activity sheet
Webinar 2 content

3 July 2020

4.00pm – 5.30pm

Big chats, little chats** for mental health and wellbeing

  • Toolkits for supporting mental health and wellbeing
  • Identifying concerns early and developing prevention plans
  • Supporting and signposting when challenges arise
  • Introducing FLIP for resilient, future-focused teachers and children
     
    Content and resources:
  • Mental health cheat sheets
  • FLIP introduction cheat sheets
     
    Activities
  • Activities for managers to promote positive mental health and resilience 
  • Developing regular check-ins
  • How to support psychological safety with visual triggers and mental triggers

Done and dusted

All the webinars below are past their sell-by-date. But they are stiil perfecly fine to consume, so put your feet up and watch some live recordings we made at the time of broadcast.

And if Stephanie Davies inadvertent use of profanity, live online, hasn't put you off, contact us to book a bespoke L&D webinar for your organisation.

Creative facilitation

Live virtual classroom Zoom

Friday 22nd May 2020. 12.00-1.00pm GMT 

£15 fee. All proceeds go to NHS. Maximum 40 participants

Presented by Stephanie Davies - Founder and Head of Happiness

  • Practical tips for running virtual meetings
  • Using creative facilitation to engage everyone virtually
  • Ways to boost morale with virtual ice breakers
We will send you your registration link within 24 hours of payment confirmation.

Mental health and wellbeing

Live virtual classroom Zoom

Friday 29th May 2020. 12-12.30pm GMT –
Lines will be open from 11.45 to allow you to join


Presented by Stephanie Davies - Founder and Head of Happiness

  • Spotting the signs early for ill mental health, prevention and support
  • How to sustain positive mental health wellbeing
  • Creating balance and practical tips for everyday wellness

Exploring Happiness and developing skills to flourish

Live virtual classroom Zoom

Thursday 30th April 2020 12-12.30pm GMT – Lines will be open from 11.45 to allow you to join

Presented by Stephanie Davies - Founder and Head of Happiness

  • Explore the science of happiness and the importance of realistic happiness
  • Developing skills for teams and individuals to promote happy cultures and people
  • Practical ways to promote realistic happiness and skills to flourish

Check out the recording of our happiness webinar

WFH, connect, collaborate, communicate

Live virtual classroom Zoom

Thursday 7th May 2020. 12.30pm -1pm GMT – Lines will be open from 12.15 to allow you to join

Presented by Stephanie Davies - Founder and Head of Happiness

  • Practical tips for creating the right environment for WFH
  • Communicating and keeping connected
  • Working productively   

Check out the recording of our working from home webinar session

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