“A supportive line manager can make a huge difference in terms of wellbeing in the workplace. However, the reality is that many managers are promoted because of their job-based skills but have not been trained in mental health and wellbeing, and may not have the interpersonal skills to manage these issues sensitively.”
According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, positive relationships with line managers are associated with higher levels of job satisfaction, commitment, and loyalty, which, in turn, are linked with higher levels of performance.
“Embracing a Workplace Wellbeing Culture’ is our commitment to providing organisations, pharmacy managers and leaders with the tools they need to create environments where their teams can thrive”, said Cochrane. “This comprehensive six-module course has been carefully crafted to address industry-specific challenges and provide research based actionable solutions. By enrolling in this course, you’ll gain the expertise needed to create a workplace where your team can thrive, be more engaged, and ultimately deliver better care to your patients.”
The ‘Embracing a Workplace Wellbeing Culture’ course will be open to registrants from Monday 15th January. Pharmacist Support is pleased to extend a special introductory offer, allowing participants to enrol at the discounted rate of £180. The charity encourages any interested individuals to secure their spot and take advantage of this limited-time pricing by registering before February 29th, 2024.