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Howdy Webinars are packed with the newest information about wellbeing, as well as our best methods on how to create success, change and make sustainable decisions. Our goal is to inspire you to continue your everyday work for a better wellbeing. Howdy webinars are tailored for everyone who has an interest in wellbeing and personal growth.
We aim to host at least one webinar every month.
All our webinars are free of charge, can be attended by anyone and will be held in Danish.
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Topics from previous and upcoming webinars
The Mental Plank / Corona
The Covid-19 pandemic has, with more and more restrictions, casted a dark shadows on our daily lives. In the Howdy response team we talk to a lot of people who are affected daily by the isolation and working from home, including the lack of small talk by the coffee machine and the opportunity to see and hear colleagues physically.
We see a comparison to holding the plank – A physical challenge where you lie stretched on your forearms and toes for as long as possible. It is hard, and to succeed with the plank for a longer time, it is important that we:
- Train our tolerance. In relation to Covid-19, our mental plank
- Recognize our boundaries
- Create good conversations that increase motivation and persistence
- That we help each other in the best possible way keep spirits high
At the webinar we dive into tips and tricks to train your mental plank – and help you to a positive start of 2021.
The Digital Meeting
Get the psychologist's best tips for a meaningful and good digital meeting for everyone
The digital meeting has come to stay, Covid-19 pandemic or not. The new form of meeting gives us freedom – but at the same time it can be frustrating with only online meetings.
Maybe you accidently check emails or make coffee while you are attending a digital meeting, just because you can. But in fact the digital form requires more mental energy than face-to-face meetings, which makes it more important to keep:
Join the webinar and get inspiration for your next digital meeting, whether you’re the organizer or a participant.
How to facilitate a good meeting about wellbeing
How do you talk about feelings at your workplace? Yes, perhaps you do not talk so much about your feelings and wellbeing and is it even necessary to do so?
At this webinar you will find inspiration on how to help create an open and honest dialogue about wellbeing, by using your language and behaviour.
The webinar addresses all meeting participants, whether you are an employee, manager, HR, or something else. Also, we will give you suggestions on how to talk and focus on what makes you feel good.
The psychology behind organisational changes
We have just been through the largest national change process in recent times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Change itself is nothing new – our whole working life is full of changes. We find some changes easy for us to implement, while we find others really tiring.
At this webinar, you will gain a deeper psychological understanding of why change can be difficult, both to agree to and to implement. You get concrete methods to deal with the difficulties that can arise when we must do something different than we usually do, i.e., create a change.
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Strengthen your personal development with a growth mindset
At this webinar, we dive into the growth mindset which is about the art of seeing challenge as an opportunity for learning; obstacle as an opportunity to experiment and explore – and not least mistakes as a natural part of life and a crucial factor for personal development.
What is your first thought when you make a mistake, or get criticism?
Maybe you know psychological safety which is about the value about speaking up with our mistakes – our mistakes are crucial for development and performance – crucial is also how we, you, I, meet and think about our mistakes, challenges, and complex tasks.
Join the webinar and get tools to train your growth mindset and thereby deal with the bumps you find on your way.
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The open and honest dialogue
Research shows that teams who make the most mistakes are also the teams that perform best – perhaps this is because these teams have the courage to speak openly about their mistakes, worries and vulnerabilities.
These teams can be described as psychologically safe, which means that the team members have the inner belief, that their ideas, thoughts, and questions are received positively and constructively.
At this webinar, we dive into specific behaviours that strengthen the team’s psychological safety.
The webinar is tailored for both teams, employees and managers.