Women's Mental Health: Exploring Self Doubt and Imposter Syndrome
Monday 8 March 16.15 - 17.15
Most women juggle many roles in life: Professional roles, family roles and personal roles. It can sometimes be challenging to balance these different roles without experiencing exhaustion, guilt and self-doubt – all of which contribute to psychological wellbeing.
We also know that women often have a greater risk of experiencing imposter syndrome, the fear of being ‘found out’ or being exposed as a ‘fraud’ regardless of their seniority in the workplace is often cited as the key contributor for lack of confidence. This session, is led by a female clinical psychologist, and aims to explore some of the challenges facing women in the workplace:
- Help you develop strategies to increase self-confidence and manage self-doubt
- Share practical solutions to achieving a better work life balance
- Suggest how to implement a ‘self care toolkit’ in to daily life
Part of our International Women’s Day celebrations. All are welcome to attend this session. Register here
Thursday 18 March 10.00 - 11.00
During times of change, resilience is our secret weapon to help stay calm, react wisely, and protect our wellbeing. This interactive resilience workshop created by a duo of highly experienced coaches takes you through a tried and tested toolkit to build resilience – that will help protect and promote good mental health and see you thrive in challenging times. This workshop will explore:
Capacity for this interactive webinar is 100 please do share widely with your colleagues.Book here
- Understanding what you can and cannot control and how you can take charge of your own wellbeing.
- Handling being overwhelmed – With a tool to measure and reflect on your stress levels
- Understanding the importance of failure and learning your most valuable lessons
- Rebuilding your Risk Appetite and exploring Radical Self-Care
- Shifting your perspective and finding the silver lining
Wednesday 3 March 9.30 - 10.30
This hour long workshop explores the nature of unconscious bias. The session asks us what we mean by unconscious bias and do we reflect on the relationship between implicit associations, stereotypes, and individual attitudes towards others? And also how unchallenged unconscious bias can cause unfair exclusion of colleagues, inhibit relationship building and general interactions.
Safer Business Network Training
Safer Business Network is the umbrella not-for-profit organisation which implements and administers award winning Business Crime Reduction Partnerships (BCRP’s) in inner London. The following Counter Terrorism Series training events are available to Baker Street Quarter members:
Wednesday 17 March 10.30-12.00: Evacuation and Invacuation
Wednesday 21 April 10.30 – 12.00: Lockdown, Weapons, and Firearms Attacks
Wednesday 19 May 10.30 – 12.00: Postal Threats
Wednesday 16 June 10.30 – 12.00: Dealing with Suspicious Items
Wednesday 21 July 10.30 – 12.00: SCaN for Communications Professionals
Workplace Safety During Covid-19
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust has been awarded a grant by the City Bridge Trust to provide free of charge, Personal Safety awareness sessions to keyworkers across London.
This is in response to the significant increase in aggressive and violent behaviours experienced by keyworkers, across all sectors, particularly since the pandemic began in 2020.
The webinars will run until the end of June 2021 and are approximately 30 minutes’ long, with an additional 10 minutes at the end for Q&A, if delegates wish to stay. The objective of the sessions is to provide useful knowledge and tools that keyworkers can use to dynamically assess then mitigate, manage or reduce aggressive and violent behaviours, as they carry out their day-to-day duties.
The following Personal Safety Awareness sessions are available to register now for Baker Street Quarter members:
Diversity and Inclusion for Everyone
Thursday 26 April 9.30-10.30
This highly interactive hands-on workshop explores and celebrates Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. The workshop illustrates these are issues for all of us, no matter what our role. It provides participants with practical knowledge, skills and awareness in practice and champions fair, non-discriminatory practice. Most importantly, it helps participants to become confident in dealing with what are often sensitive topics.
The focus is on our responsibilities, behaviours and actions. It includes our legal responsibilities but moves beyond compliance approach to also demonstrate the moral and business benefits.
The workshop includes a fun, thought provoking and a safe environment to encourage sharing of stories and inspire all to put learning into action. Content also includes group discussions, quizzes, video clips, scenarios and experiential learning activity.
Fire Marshal Training
Tuesday 18 May 9.30 - 12.30
This virtual half day Fire Marshal training course is delivered by professional firefighters with teaching qualifications. Attendees will receive advice and training which covers the full roles and responsibilities of a designated Fire Marshal. They will also learn basic fire safety procedures in the workplace and how to ensure your organisation is compliant with the law. It is a legal requirement to ensure you have an adequate number of staff trained to handle the safe and successful evacuation in the case of a fire emergency.
Book your place now by emailing us.
Mental Health First Aid Course
Tuesday - Thursday 11 - 13 May
This online course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider, giving you:
- An in-depth understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeing
- Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
- Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress
- Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening
- Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support – whether that’s self-help resources, through their employer, the NHS, or a mix
This course is delivered online and is made up of individual learning activities and a series of four live instructor-led sessions. Individual learning will be based on a combination of videos, workbook activities and reading. This can be completed at your own pace in advance of each live session. The live sessions are led by an approved MHFA England Instructor and are interactive, involving presentation of slides, video clips, activities, discussion and case studies, which you will explore as a group to embed learning. Please see the timings of the live sessions below:
- Before the live sessions begin you will need to do some set up online and some pre learning which will take 1 hour
- Live session 1: 9:00am – 11.30am Tuesday 11 May 2021 + 2 hour home learning
- Live session 2: 9:00am – 11.30am Wednesday 12 May 2021 + 2 hour home learning
- Live session 3: 9:00am – 11.30am Thursday 13 May 2021 + 2 hour home learning
- Live session 4: 2:00pm – 4.00pm Thursday 13 May 2021
If you have any questions about the course content or to book email us
Free 12 Week Course: Improving Workplace Cyber Security
We are working with the Police Security Digital Centre (PDSC) in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police to deliver a free 12-week course supporting your business to enhance it’s cyber security. Addressing this issue during the current context would be beneficial to any company as so many of us are working from home.
Subjects include: Working from home, backup data, managing breach, app, websites and social media, software updates and more.
Find the course here
ACT Awareness e-Learning Guidance
The insight gained from this interactive ACT Awareness e-Learning course will benefit all employees, and would ideally be used as part of a new employee staff induction. Starting with an introduction to terrorism, the course then covers guidance to help employees identify and respond to security vulnerabilities, suspicious behaviour, bomb threats and weapons attack. You can register and view the FAQs here.
See, Check and Notify (SCaN) Counter Terrorism Workshops
This brand new suite of workshops delivered by the National Counter Terrorism Police aims to help businesses maximise safety and security by using their existing resources.
Customer Facing – A three hour interactive for staff who have face to face contact with customers, the public and site users. It covers suspicious activity, the importance of vigilance, the power of hello and how to report your concerns. This workshop is aimed at businesses and venues with dedicated security teams and customer services personnel.
Decision Maker – A 30 minute high level briefing that provides decision makers (Executive level) with the necessary information to decide whether or not they wish to implement the programme and identify who will lead any roll-out. This session is aimed at management with the responsibility to implement the adoption of SCaN.
CCTV – A two hour session that provides CCTV operators an advanced awareness of Hostile Reconnaissance and where it is likely to take place. This workshop is aimed at sites with a 24/7 monitored CCTV system.
Security Managers – An ongoing mentoring programme that aims to empower the security manager to target harden their site against hostile reconnaissance.
Comms Professionals – A half day workshop to enable communications professionals to deliver security minded deterrence communications at their site.
All Staff – A 30 minute briefing to all staff to raise awareness of what hostile reconnaissance is and how it can be deterred and to encourage suspicious activity to be reported.
If you are interested in attending or arranging a workshop for your organisation please contact us.
Emergency First Aid at Work, Date TBC
This one day course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in low risk working environments. Learn about the role of a first aider, managing an emergency, communication and casualty care. This course is delivered by St Johns Ambulance and certificates are issued once the course is successfully completed.
This course is offered for FREE as part of your membership and will save your business £185 per person. You can make further savings by ordering your health and safety supplies at a discounted rate through St Johns Ambulance here.
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IOSH Managing Safely, Date TBC
This three day course is an essential qualification to give supervisors, managers and heads of department the knowledge they need to effectively manage health and safety in the workplace. The hands on, jargon-free format will engage and improve company-wide safety awareness and appreciation for safety measures.
Delivered by the British Safety Council, accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). No pre-requisites or prior health and safety knowledge is required. On completion you’ll be awarded an IOSH Managing safely certificate. This course is offered for FREE as part of your membership and will save your business £595 per person. Limited to three places per company.
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