#EWBitesize Workshops

Announcing EventWell’s new wellbeing and mental health workshops, designed to educate and develop understanding of the importance of self-care, especially in the events industry.

1 in 3 event professionals will experience diagnosable mental ill health each year, and this is increasingly becoming a normal part of life, with the World Health Organisation forecasting that depression will be the leading cause of the global burden of disease by 2030, so it has never been more important for us to invest in our physical and mental health than now.

Know your worth: When you avoid things that make you feel physically and mentally well, you deplete your confidence and self-esteem.

Self-care is important to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself as it produces positive feelings and boosts your confidence and self-esteem.

Also, self-care is necessary to remind yourself, and others, that you and your needs are important too.

EventWell’s bitesize workshops aim to educate on all areas of self-care, to equip you with the tools and information you need to make better decisions when it comes to your health and wellbeing.

Our upcoming webinars, and live open and in-house workshops are listed for you below:

Building Resilience: Looking after our mental health is a dynamic process and can be influenced by many factors. Understanding and having an awareness of these helps us to recognise how our mental health may be compromised and allows us to focus on the areas in need of some more dedication. This session explores the lifestyle and life skill factors that lead to positive wellbeing and mental health.

Upcoming dates:

Tuesday 19th November, 5pm- 6pm – Online Webinar – £15 per person + booking fee – DETAILS & BOOK


Delegate Wellbeing: This session explores the areas of an event that contribute to the overall wellbeing of your delegates and attendees (and in turn your own), so you can see the areas that you could dedicate attention and focus to achieve better balance. Happy delegates = happy event planners!

Upcoming dates:

Tuesday 3rd December, 5pm – 6pm – Online Webinar – £15 per person + booking fee – DETAILS & BOOK


How to become active and improve your fitness: Staying physically active helps you to feel more confident and involved in life, we will guide you through the benefits of being active, the types of activity that are beneficial to health and top tips.

2020 dates coming soon!


A healthy diet and a healthy weight: A good diet is one of the keys to overall good health and balancing your diet for a healthier lifestyle also depends on understanding your body’s changing nutritional needs throughout your life. We’ll guide you through your healthy foods, BMI recommendations, and top tips for eating onsite or out.

2020 dates coming soon!


Alcohol & Stress: It can be hard to escape alcohol when you work in the events, and roughly 25% of event professionals will turn to alcohol when stressed. Join us as we guide you through the short and long term health risks of alcohol, some alcohol facts and figures, and top tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with booze.

2020 dates coming soon!


Caffeine Facts: Event professionals famously rely on caffeine regularly to provide energy boosts, reduce tiredness, or to help stay awake for longer or late into the night. This session will develop an understanding of what caffeine is, how it affects and impacts on the body and how much is too much.

2020 dates coming soon!


How to sleep well: The amount of sleep that an adult needs can vary, during which time there are some essential functions that the brain and body needs to carry out to maintain health and wellbeing. The session will provide some helpful information and top tips if you have problems sleeping.

2020 dates coming soon!


Why stop smoking: If you weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of being a smoker or a non-smoker, you will always come to the same conclusion. This session covers facts about smoking, some false beliefs and what happens when you quit, as well as some useful tips to help you quit.

2020 dates coming soon!


Assertiveness: Assertiveness is an attitude and a way of acting in any situation where you need to express feelings, ask for what you want, or say no to something. This session will explore behaviour styles, steps to assertiveness behaviour, and learning how to say no!

2020 dates coming soon!


Confidence & Self-Esteem: Both self-esteem and confidence play an important role in how much you value yourself, and this session is intended to help you understand where you are today and how you can make the positive changes needed.

2020 dates coming soon!


Goal Setting & Planning: Do all the things you want seem out of reach? Whether it’s getting a new project off the ground or trying to reduce any stress in your life, this session helps you to set goals and also stand a better chance of achieving them.

2020 dates coming soon!


Mental flexibility: Experts in behaviour science view mental flexibility not as a personality trait, or a state of mind, but as a set of behaviours that can be changed. This session explores the 4 ways to develop mental flexibility.

2020 dates coming soon!


Positive outlook: What is positive outlook? Do you want it, and if you do how do you get it? This session explores your outlook on life and your attitude to life, how this impacts on your wellbeing and mental health, and how you can stay positive.

2020 dates coming soon!


Social skills: Social skills provide the means with which we navigate the social world around us, they are the skills we use to communicate, and can help us to become confident, happy people. The session aims to develop your social skills, explores the benefits and shares top tips.

2020 dates coming soon!


Problem solving: Problem solving is a key skill and it’s one that can make a huge difference to your job, your career and your personal life. This session explores the skills you need to problem solve, the idea of lateral thinking, and some top tips that will work best for you.

2020 dates coming soon!


Time management: The idea of time management has been around for over a hundred years but the term is really a little misleading. Time can’t be managed, you can only manage yourself and your use of time. This session explores this in more detail and the idea of self-management.

2020 dates coming soon!


If you have a question in regards to our Bitesize workshops then please use the contact form below to get in touch.