This mat is designed to open up a discussion about wellbeing within a team, focused on the five pillars of the PERMA wellbeing model. It helps to explore the model and offers an immediate 'pulse check' to help decide what to do next.
When looking at your team’s mental health and wellbeing, it’s important to focus not just on the problems, but on the positive side too: how to empower people to flourish and thrive. The Wellbeing Conversation Mat can help to build teams that are more aware of their own and others’ wellbeing, and what can affect it.
It’s designed to open up a discussion within the team based on principles from positive psychology. To do this, it focuses on five pillars of the PERMA model of wellbeingUnderstanding the PERMA model of wellbeingPDF
00The PERMA model of wellbeing outlines five key pillars for flourishing and thriving at work and beyond: Positive emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishment. This infographic introduces the concept and its benefits and describes each pillar.FreeProvide your details to download straight away
By: Bailey & FrenchView resource: positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning and accomplishment. As well as helping to explore the model, it offers an immediate ‘pulse check’ to see where you are now and what you could do next. It’s a fun approach to discussing topics that can be difficult, in a non-judgmental and empowering way.
Wellbeing Conversation Mats can be ordered for £50.00 each.
The PERMA model of wellbeing outlines five key pillars for flourishing and thriving at work and beyond: Positive emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishment. This infographic introduces the concept and its benefits and describes each pillar.
Provide your details to download straight away
Wellness action plans are an easy way to help support your own mental health at work and that of your team members. Mind has guidance and templates to get you started, for both employees and line managers.
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