CEW is delighted to welcome Yasmin-Kate Pattison back to our zoom stage for the second episode in our series of events looking at wellbeing, stress, mental health and anxiety.
With a career spanning 20 years in the beauty industry, she is an expert developmental coach and specilaises in mental health training, developmental coaching and supports businesses on how to implement a wellbeing strategy no matter the size of the business.
In this episode we will look at stress and worry, also how to recognise when it is building above a manageable level that could lead into a more serious issue.
We will discover techniques to manage our daily stressors, recognise our helpful and unhelpful coping strategies, plus what we need in our day to have a healthy balance of both work and rest for our physical and mental well-being. In 2020, of British adults in employment – a staggering 79% commonly experience work-related stress. This makes work-related stress the most common form of stress in the UK and 37% of adults that reported stress also felt lonely as a result.
If you were unable to attend this session, you can rewatch it here.
Yasmin-Kate has over 20 years international experience working in the retail world specifically in retail and service strategy, coaching, learning & development, leadership and management roles.
Yasmin-Kate has ground up hands on experience in many roles. Starting her career on the shop-floor as a Beauty Advisor in 1996, she worked her way up through to senior leadership roles for one of the beauty industries largest brands before starting her own consultancy, so fully understands all the highs and the challenges that being in these roles can bring. Developing and investing in people is her greatest passion. Yasmin-Kate fully believes that for any business to be truly successful, they need to put their people at the heart of what they do. Staff need to see, hear and feel how important and valued they are — those that do, give back through greater engagement, which in turn boosts productivity and ongoing loyalty.
As a Mental Health First Aid England Instructor member, she knows that part of true staff engagement comes from them feeling they have a safe an open environment to be heard and understood. Offering mental health training, developmental coaching and support on how to implementing a well-being strategy for businesses of all sizes is a largest part of Yasmin-Kates’s specialism.