Building Resilience in the Workplace, Norman Court School, Friday, 10. July 2020

How well do you and others bounce back from setbacks within your workplace?
“Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.” - Nelson Mandela
‘Resilience’ is defined as our ability to handle pressure or stress and be able to rebuild and recover from it. We all encounter stress, both in the workplace and at home. Staff turnover, sickness and lost productivity resulting from poor mental health, costs UK employers approximately £40bn; that works out at about £1000 per head for every employee.
Maddison Coaching’s symposium will provide insights into the best methods of developing resilience within you and your employees. It will explore the causes and effects of stress and, most importantly, will give you some effective tools to deal with them. You will leave the session confident in your ability to use those tools even in the most intense circumstances.  
Using our evidence-based approach to training and our wealth of experience, the course will include interactive skills practise and reflective discussions on how to develop resilience within your workforce. It provides an opportunity for those passionate about assisting in health, wellbeing and productivity to share experiences and discover new skills to bring out the best in themselves and others.

What's included in your ticket price:
Delivered by experienced practitioners who have led successful teams to achieve tough challenges.
Our workshops are informative and relaxed with some practical applications that can be taken away and exploited by our attendees.
At £250 for the day we include:

Professional and knowledgeable presentations on the chosen topic

Practical application of evidence-based techniques

Copies of the day’s materials and notes to take away

A scenic location, hot buffet lunch and all-day refreshments from 9:30 till 4pm.

The event is being held on the 10th July at Norman Court School (Nr Salisbury). We do hope you will be interested in booking your place and look forward to welcoming you there.

1. What transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Attendees must make their own travel arrangements - there is ample parking available on site for all delegates. We will supply a map and address details when we confirm your booking.
For those that do not drive, collection from the main local railway stations (Salisbury or Romsey) between 8 and 9am may be arranged at a normal taxi fee cost – after booking your ticket please contact Maddison Coaching directly at least one week prior to the event to make these arrangements.

2. Dietary requirements:
Please make known to us (at least a week prior to the event) of any particular dietary requirements or food allergies that we need to be made aware of.

3. What are my accommodation options if I wish to stay overnight for the event?
Whilst attendees must make their own accommodation arrangements, there are a limited number of very basic rooms available at Norman Court School. Please liaise directly with Norman Court on 01980 322322 to confirm the additional cost and book accommodation with breakfast.
Local Premier Inns (within 15 mile radius) include:

Salisbury North Bishopdown
Salisbury South Milford
Southampton West
Southampton North

There are also other local hotels within the Salisbury, Romsey and Andover area that are within useful travel distance to the venue.

4. Are there any ID or ticketing requirements to enter the event?
Please bring photographic ID and your proof of ticket purchase. There is a maximum of 50 delegate spaces and tickets cannot be bought on the day.

5. What can I bring into the event?
Notebook and pen.
Wi-Fi is available on site for the use of electronic devices.

6. Can I contact you with any further questions?
Yes of course, please do: Call 01794 328343 or email us on:

Terms and conditions of purchase:
1. Cancelling your attendance:
Sorry no refunds will be provided on cancellations by attendees. We may however offer a full transfer of the credit to another event depending upon the circumstances of your cancellation (e.g. sickness and other valid reasons).
Please call us immediately if you need to cancel your attendance. A cancellation must then be followed up (within 48 hours of your initial call) with a written email to and must contain the full booking details including delegate and organisation name and contact details. Your cancellation will be confirmed in writing to yourself or the fee payer along with an invoice for any outstanding fees due (if applicable).

2. Postponement and changes to date and/or venue:
Although most unlikely, Maddison Coaching reserves the right to alter workshop dates, venues and location where necessary without liability. We will endeavour to give the delegate as much advance notice as possible of any such change via the attendee’s email address provided at time of booking. If the delegate is unable to attend a workshop at the revised location or date, we will credit 100% of their fees against a future workshop or, if requested, refund those fees.
In the event of our cancellation, where an alternative cannot be provided in respect of a specific workshop, a full refund will be offered.

3. We cannot offer refunds for cancellations due to circumstances outside our control; including adverse weather conditions, transportation issues, major incidents or industrial action. We will not be liable for any other costs incurred including (for example) travel charges or any consequential damages, even if we were advised of these costs.
Any travel or other costs incurred are entirely the attendee’s responsibility.

Friday, 10. July 2020, Norman Court School, Building Resilience in the Workplace

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