The Best Ways to Find Time to Talk

The best ways to find time to talk to people.  It coincides with the Time to Talk day.  It doesn’t matter how you have conversations, with people, a quick text, a social distanced walk, they all have the power to make a huge difference to how people feel and their mental health.

This week on the podcast I’m sharing how you can encourage

  • Everyday Conversation
  • Work Conversations
  • Social Conversation

I also include my top tips to get people talking and sharing real conversations that are helpful to their mental health and wellbeing (and yours too).

 

Listen for me sharing about a conversation with my hubby about corporate health and safety training.  how it’s forgetting to include Mental Health and Wellbeing as part of Health and Safety.

 

I share a real life story of where conversations, checking in and looking after an employee could have prevented an accident.

 

We look at the options you have and ideas for you to implement conversations in those three key areas.

 

Find out what is happening that makes me so proud.

 

Don’t forget to stay tuned to the end where I share my top tips to get the best out of conversations and time to talk so that they really get the results you need.  And they help you feel good in the process!

 

 

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If you want to be increasing your performance so that you’re more resilient in these current times, so that you can focus easily, use tools and techniques to deal with all the current and unknown challenges then make sure that you either drop me an email to emma@emmalangton.com .  

Or head over to contact page and either send me a email from there or book an appointment straight into my diary – saving all that to-ing and fro-ing that you get when we try to get space in people’s diary.

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