Wed, 19 Feb | Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford

Central Oxford

Networking in Oxford with The Oxfordshire Project
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Central Oxford

Time & Location

19 Feb 2020, 09:30 – 11:30
Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford, Westgate Shopping Centre, Roof Terrace, Turn Again Ln, Oxford OX1 1TR, UK

About the Event

Running a small business is always busy, but it can be lonely at times too. Sometimes it would be great to feel part of a bigger team.

But joining a network can be difficult. They can demand a lot of your time, and the pressure to refer business can add to your workload.

At The Oxfordshire Project, we network differently. We focus on support and education, as well as business growth. We’re not about short term sales, we’re about building long term connections, because this is the route to sustainable success.

​With our 8 different groups and 9 monthly meetings around Oxfordshire, we provide flexibility to suit your busy lives, variety to suit your enquiring minds, and a community of smart, like-minded people, to help you and your business grow. 

This month our speaker is Colette Norbury

The Five Ways to Wellbeing.

There is much talk about Wellbeing but what is it and why does it matter and HOW do we effectively ‘do’ it? How can we invest in wellbeing rather than pay it lip service? What is the impact of poor wellbeing at work? Learn what we can do as individuals and as organisations to improve mental health and wellbeing, so that we gain both a ‘human’ and a financial return on investment. Discover a powerhouse of 5 researched tools that pack a punch in terms of reducing stress, supporting our mental health and the mental health of others. Find out what individuals and companies are doing to embed the 5 Ways to Wellbeing into their working lives and plan how to do the same.  

Colette Norbury

Dynamic and experienced Training Lead at Oxfordshire Mind mental health charity.

Passionate about enabling understanding of and support for those experiencing mental

health difficulties, particularly in the workplace. Inspiring a collaborative approach to

changing perceptions of mental health. Designing and delivering interactive, high quality

training for the workplace, which has been described as ‘brilliant’ and ‘outstanding’. Adept

at building relationships of trust with companies and individuals.

Began career in education as a teacher then as a consultant, coach and trainer, specialising

in supporting young people identified as ‘difficult to engage’ or with ‘challenging behaviour’.

Identified a need for education about mental health and thus devised and implemented

successful programmes including the ‘Change Your Mind Programme’ for young people.

Consequently, wrote training packages for adults along the same theme. Achieved

purposeful collaboration in changing and improving internal culture and attitudes towards

mental health. These skills and experience are now the driving force behind changing

attitudes and culture within the workplace.

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