Wellbeing in the workplace: Keep learning

Continued learning through life enhances self-esteem and encourages social interaction and a more active life, says mental health charity MIND. There’s evidence to suggest work or educational activities can help older people overcome depression. Whilst setting goals is linked with improved wellbeing.

Immediate thoughts might lead to structured workplace learning programmes such as courses or training. That may be important, but thinking about learning from a different perspective can provide a wealth of opportunities for improved mental wellbeing.

There’s a big link back to connecting with others. It could be about providing opportunities for employees to learn about each other – to share worries and concerns they may be burdening themselves with at home and receive words of support, advice and encouragement. This can have a really powerful affect on how somebody then approaches the working day. It could be about coming together to share work related learning too.

This blog is part of a series on wellbeing in the workplace. You can read the full series here

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