Be Well Activities
Try some of our Be Well Activities, underpinned by our leading research and taken from our proven
Be Well Plan training.
Character Strengths: Natalie explains how to discover your strengths and spot strengths in others using the Values in Action (VIA) survey. Link to the survey here.
Benefits: Capitalising on your strengths can increase overall wellbeing, while spotting strengths in others can also build team connections.
Mindful Walking: Stuart explains how you can enjoy the benefits of mindfulness while taking a short walk during your day. Try taking a mindful walk together as a group in your team or with your family.
Benefits: Walking meditation can positively benefit wellbeing by reducing stress, improving concentration and emotional regulation.
Meaningful Pictures: Lou shares how we can identify and name the sources of meaning in our lives. An uplifting activity that is a great energiser in group settings to build connection.
Benefits: The greater your sense of meaning and purpose, the fewer negative emotions you feel and the more satisfied you are with your life.
Gratitude Letter: Monique shares how a simple note of gratitude to a colleague, friend or loved one can build connection.
Benefits: Build wellbeing through strengthening relationships.
Three Funny Things: Joep encourages us all to reflect on the things in life that bring us joy and laughter and to share this with others.
Benefits: “Laughter is the best medicine”. Three funny things can help you reduce negative mood and boost happiness. Sharing this with others also helps boost connection.
Tiny Habits: Matt helps us to embed activities into our daily lives by using a technique from Stanford behavior scientist BJ Fogg.
Benefits: By creating daily habits we are able to sustain the benefits of improved wellbeing longer term.
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