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The team at Inverness Justice Centre hosted a Workforce Wellbeing and Energiser, which aimed to encourage social connections to support and enhance wellbeing through an informative tool box talk, followed by laughter and breathing exercises. The session also raised awareness of the impact of mental health, stigmas associated with mental ill-health, self-care and how to support others.

The event was delivered by Birchwood Highland, a local charity who work with people experiencing mental ill-health and support them on their journey to recovery. The site also raised over £100 to donate to the charity.

The workforce has also been encouraged to adopt a Growth Mindset, which is proven to drive motivation and achievement. This theory is used widely by education, and the team was able to develop a campaign with the support of one of the work placement students, who developed a series of posters which have been used to promote the initiative. Tool box talks which focused on the difference between a Growth Mindset and a fixed mindset, and how to use a Growth Mindset to become more solution focused within the context of the construction industry.

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Monitor Report. Robertson Construction Scotland Northern. Highlands. April 2019.


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