Wellbeing champion toolbox
A wellbeing champion is somebody who acts as a listening ear for colleagues, outside of the line management structure. This guide contains everything rail organisations need to set up a champion programme.
Architecture can be a fast-paced world, with project deadlines leading to periods of very high pressure. While a certain amount of stress can be productive, it’s important to create an atmosphere that supports people to keep themselves and each other well.
This guide looks at a wide variety of issues in workplace mental health, incorporating advice from expert sources like theand the report, brought to life with examples, tips and ideas that apply particularly to architecture practitioners and students. It’s broken into eight key issues:
Each section has a list of useful references: to tools and organisations that can help, and places where you can learn more about each issue.
The Architects’ Mental Wellbeing Forum plans to update this guide regularly based on experiences and suggestions from others working in the field – and would love to hear from anyone who’d like to get involved.
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