Welcome to the 71st episode of the Diverse Minds Podcast. On today’s episode, I talk about what I think the six workplace wellbeing trends for 2021 will be, and what the ahead year holds.  

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 In today’s show, I talk about:

  • Why I decided to make an episode about this topic. [00:43]
  • About the last predictions that I made in 2019. [00:57]
  • My workplace wellbeing predictions for 2021. [03:36]
  • Why there will be more digital support and therapy, specifically around bereavement. [04:59]
  • The ongoing need for more financial wellbeing support 2021. [08:08]

Quotes on Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2021 

  • The workplace can exacerbate or create psychological risks for us, however it can also support us too. 
  • I predict there will be more digital support and therapy, specifically around bereavement.
  • My hope is that this bereavement therapy will also be centred on specific culture and cultural requirements, as this is vital. 
  • We do need to think more about organisational and systemic resilience.
  • Employers are going to have to consider work-life balance even more in 2021.

Resources for Workplace Wellbeing Trends for 2021

Work with me

  1. Have a look at my online work-life balance course on Thinkific. You can access it here: http://bit.ly/DMMHPONC

2. 1-2-1 Power Hour Sessions:https://calendly.com/leylao/60min 

3. Power Hour Sessions for Organisations: https://calendly.com/leylao/60-min-wellbeing-strategy 

4. Complete the form to discuss your training needs: https://forms.gle/hgnYtmTu33Zeem489

5. Check out my FAQs here: https://diverseminds.co.uk/solutions/coaching/

6. You can learn more about the coaching I do to support your wellbeing here

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