Individuals happiness and wellbeing training
how you use yourself to get and stay happy!
Students low level of wellbeing
University undergraduates are more likely to have lower levels of wellbeing than all young people aged between 20 and 24, according to a study of more than 14,000 students. This is critical for BME students who are in urgent need of support. Seven Bristol students have died since October 2016 and three more in just three weeks in 2018.
Only 17 per cent of students said they felt their life was highly worthwhile, compared to 22 per cent in 2016, the survey from the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Advance HE found.
Less than a fifth (17 per cent) of students said they were very happy in their lives, compared to 21 per cent two years’ ago, the Student Academic Experience Survey 2018 revealed.
When asked where they want their tuition fees – which are now up to £9,000 a year - to be spent, more than half (57 per cent) said the money should go towards student support services.
The report concluded that the declining wellbeing scores are clear evidence of the “crisis in students’ mental health” and the need for universities to do more to support university students on their own, and with the NHS.
In academic year 2017/18 there were just over 2.3 million students at UK higher education institutions. Source Parliament UK.
How to use Happiness as a way into the Happiness Zone
Outputs for participants
• Training course - duration 3 sessions
• One – to – one support sessions -duration 12, 45 minutes session, thereafter periodically.
Outcomes for participants attending the training course: -
1. Understand what a goal is
2. Why goal setting is important
3. How to set a SMART goal
4. A toolkit to set up a forward happiness plan e.g. 1-year plan, and beyond
5. A toolkit to set up a happiness goals monitor
6. A toolkit to monitor, evaluate and adjust a forward happiness plan.
Outcomes for participants that completes the programme: -
1. A lifetime happiness plan
2. Responsibility for own success or failure
3. Defined real life actions separated from just wishful thinking
4. Encouragement to set priorities, therefore limit the time to get involved with distracting things
5. A path to follow
6. Help to visualise and plan actions to achieve goals and the steps to carry them out
7. A sense of past victories of goals accomplished and motivation to succeed in current and future goals
8. Improved self-image
9. Awareness of personal strengths
10. Improved access to stronger social networks
11. Improved wellbeing and resilience
12. Individual and/or group goals.
The programme provides students with strategies to deal with their mental wellbeing and focus on their academic achievements.
According to research, the two factors that effectively help people achieve the behaviour change they desire (goals):
When you are accountable to someone for doing what you said you would do, you can easily get stuff done because you engage the power of social expectations.
Accountability accelerates your performance
The American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) did a study on accountability and found that you have a 65% of completing a goal if you commit to someone. And if you have a specific accountability appointment with a person you’ve committed, you will increase your chance of success by up to 95%.
Past students film testimonials
We have delivered this programme in the past to students and created Individual Lifetime happiness plans, especially for BME students who need urgent support.
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By using a life coach/transformational coach can help encourage a person/organisation on matters having to do with careers or personal challenges.
According to Newsweek a life coach is “Part consultant, part motivational speaker, part therapist and part rent-a-friend, coaches work with managers, entrepreneurs, and just plain folks, helping them define and achieve their goals — career, personal, or most often, both.”
Hiring a life coach can push you to become better versions of yourself, much like how a personal trainer pushes her or his client to be their best physically. The difference is that a personal trainer can motivate by pushing someone to be in the best condition they can be through a tailored exercise regimen, while a life coach will motivate a person to reach a goal and encourage mental health. A life coach is a source of positivity, motivation, and accountability in their physical fitness, personal relationships, and professional life.
Once the life coach has identified stressors or goals for a person, they can work with them to create direction and focus and give advice.
a life coach is not a counsellor. They merely provide their clients with guidance and motivation, so they can make their own decisions.
Our program helps you to figure out what makes you happy, set goals to work toward it; plan the steps to achieve those goals and check daily that you are staying in the ‘Happiness Zone’.
Have a look at previous happy customers testimonials – in words - http://www.feelingvg.com/happy-customers-testimonials-in-words
Have a look at previous happy customers testimonials – in film - http://www.feelingvg.com/happy-customers-testimonials-in-film
The right choices can bring you closer to the happiness zone, which is a state of contentment that revitalises and excites you.
During the consultation we will find out what you want to achieve. We will consider your objectives and prepare a personalised package to achieve your goals with the cost.
Depending on your location, the training part of the package will be delivered face-to-face in a group or one to one, over the phone or via the internet.
If you are happy to go ahead, we can start as soon as possible.
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