New resource released – Back after interval for leaders, managers and organisations

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New resource released to help leaders, managers and organisations navigate the return to onsite working and live performance

Back after interval: tips and techniques for leaders, managers and organisations

Effectively preparing our teams, companies and organisations as we return to work and to work-sites is critical to promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.

Fortunately, there are plenty of preventative, proactive steps to take to ensure our people are given every opportunity to do their best work as we rebuild and recover the performing arts industry.

The Arts Wellbeing Collective has worked with Chris Cheers and Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley to prepare a new resource to help leaders support the mental health and wellbeing of their teams through the return to onsite work and work-sites.

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