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Healthy leadership (with a specialist)

In this workshop you will learn how an attentive management style can maintain and nurture the health of your employees. Under the guidance of a specialist, you will learn exercises on how to be attentive and tools to manage your employees before applying these in practical tasks.


      Short and succinct

      The pressure of work is increasing in our globalised, competition-orientated world. Lots of employees suffer from stress-related overload as a consequence. Attentive supervisors know when they must intervene. Our workshop gives your managers the tools they need to adopt an attentive management style.


      Participants will...

      • reflect on their personal position as a role model. 
      • recognise the value of mindfulness for themselves and as leaders. 
      • learn how to apply healthy leadership tools and plan their own approach based on them.

      Target group

      • All individuals in a management position


      The workshop is divided into three key topics:

      • Part 1: the importance of health in companies and the responsibility of managers
      • Part 2: prerequisites for healthy leadership and important management tools (concrete practical examples and the integration of attentiveness as a key tool in day-to-day work)
      • Part 3: creation of a concrete implementation plan so that individuals can develop their own methods of healthy leadership

      Basic requirements

      Preparation1 hour
      Implementation3,5 hours
      Town/cityYour company's premises
      Group sizeTotal of 12 people max.
      Method of implementationWith a specialist
      CostsFrom CHF 2130.-

      Course of action

      1. Order the prevention module at least two months before the desired training date
      2. Reserve a training room for 12 people
      3. Prepare the technical infrastructure
      4. Inform and invite participants
      1. Suva’s specialist leads the workshop and requests feedback from the participants.
      1. Pass on any feedback to supervisors
      2. Supporting regular reflection on what has been learnt
      1. Feedback to supervisors
      2. Supporting regular reflection on what has been learnt

      Preventing accidents is an ongoing process. You can encourage your employees to take the initiative by regularly conducting prevention modules, so plan your next one in early.


      Order module

      Yes, I would like to implement the module

      This module must be implemented with a specialist from Suva. It can be held either on your premises or at an external location.