The Covid-19 crisis is the ultimate test of leadership, in this extraordinarily stressful time, the value of great leadership is being demonstrated every day.
Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, businesses leaders and their teams have had to face different waves of challenges, from the initial lockdown, to rebuilding and recovery and contentiously awaiting news on when all restrictions will be lifted.
A key focus for us is Leadership and Wellbeing and since March 2020 we have sought to find ways to develop the resources we have both internally and those from within the expertise of our membership. This has led to a series of webinars within our ChamberConnect series that have sought to provide help and support in the current environment, and you can find upcoming events below.
We have also teamed up with Lincolnshire experts to offer two hours FREE support to business leaders in Lincolnshire, with potential of 3 hours FREE support for sole traders. Find out more about this initiative here.
Further expanding on our work so far, we are working with Business Lincolnshire, to further strengthening our offering which includes:
As AXA’s UK health and wellbeing specialists, AXA Health will be your health partners to keep your business healthy and happy, and help your employees bring out their best selves.
In an ideal world, we’d all be ‘well beings’. Unfortunately, the pressures of work and life mean we’re not always able to achieve this.
Through Chamber membership you have access to Westfield Health, here’s some key features that can help you take care of your most important asset, your staff.
Support for mental health
The current pandemic is difficult for us all and more people may be experiencing stress, anxieties, or low mood and might not know where to turn for support.
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has a wide range of services to support people who are looking for help in a downloadable document which can be shared with your staff.
Access the document
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) resources
The HSE have shared some work-related stress, mental health and well-being resources for your reference.
The resources include:
HSE Mobile Application for SME’s – provision of information on risk management and control including an automated stress risk assessment.
MoneyHelper is here to make your money and pension choices clearer. Here to cut through the complexity, explain what you need to do and how you can do it.
Here to put you in control with impartial guidance that’s backed by government and to recommend further, trusted support if you need it.
This budget planner helps you know exactly where your money is being spent, and how much you’ve got coming in.
The Money Manager for Universal Credit claimants can help you if you’re on Universal Credit or think you might be using it in the future.
If you’ve got money worries because of coronavirus, you’re not alone. This Money Navigator can give you guidance based on your particular situation.
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