Last years International Men’s Day (IMD), was a great success and we have now put all the content from the live session onto a free to access platform. https://onlinelearning.newresults.co.uk/courses/imd
On November 19, International Men’s Day celebrates worldwide the positive value men bring to the world, their families and communities.
For the last two years, we have been part of an event in Sunderland to support and promote health and mental wellbeing for all (not just men).
This online content has been put together with the permission of the speakers and those involved to help a wider audience access this material. This has been possible with the support and sponsorship of Esh Group making this content available to all for free online for the next two years.
The platform is a simple to use tool for anyone to access and listen to our latest three speakers share their insights, tools and approaches to help us all through this challenging time.
The platform showcases the three talks that were delivered by three experts in our live session.
Dave Algeo – The importance of our social connections, how to leverage and take care of them in difficult times.
As a former police officer, our first speaker is no stranger to supporting those in mental health crisis. This has influenced his current work in speaking and coaching on the subject of developing resilience and enhancing wellbeing, He has a particular focus on working with men seeking to recover from burnout and achieve greater balance between success and wellbeing.
Dr Ron Lawson – Exploring how we can work with our emotions to make those decisions more effective.
As a coach and an academic who trains coaches Dr Ron Lawson is passionate about helping people make better decisions in life and work.
Tony Wilson – Helping us spot more opportunities in this fascinating adventure we call life.
Tony is a world renowned speaker, coach and author who has been helping individuals and businesses grow and develop for the last 25 years. His insights and ideas have helped countless individuals overcome major barriers and achieve some significant goals in their lives.
This year we were proud to support The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
CALM is leading a movement against suicide.
Every week 125 people in the UK take their own lives. And 75% of all UK suicides are male. CALM exists to change this.
Join the campaign to take a stand against suicide. Please see their website.
To access the platform simply follow this link to see the content from our speakers.