Introducing Mindapples Bitesize…
Mindapples Bitesize is the new e-learning programme, from Mindapples.
Mindapples training programmes are now widely used by many major global businesses including several of the world’s top financial services firms, News UK, L’Oreal, Bupa and the Wellcome Trust. Mindapples has now developed a digital learning programme featuring the most popular elements of this training in a scalable form.
Based on our A Mind for Business programme, and the book of the same name, it shares practical insights from neuroscience and psychology on essential skills from managing stress and maintaining concentration, to increasing staff engagement and promoting innovation. Content includes:
- Looking after your mind and maintaining mental health
- Managing moods and handling your emotions
- Dealing with stress and pressure
- Making smart decisions
- Staying sharp and productive through the day
Motivating yourself and others
The programme bridges the gap between wellness and performance training, and will help professionals develop their careers, and organisations support their staff.
All content in the Mindapples Bitesize programme has been academically and clinically reviewed, and will be developed in line with the UK Government’s Health Information Standards. This is an engaging and entertaining programme of content, produced to the highest quality standards and using the latest digital tools and scientific research. Key concepts are presented via animated videos, accessed online and via mobile, and supported by reflection exercises in which participants answer questions about their own habits, and set goals for improving how they work.
How to buy
The programme is still at pilot stage so we’re working with innovative and progressive clients to tailor and develop the service, including many top banks, News UK and Tesco.
Licenses are available via subscription, on a per-seat or per-site basis, making this a scalable and competitive package for businesses serious about supporting the wellbeing of staff and creating sustainable staff engagement.
If you would like to become part of the next phase in this exciting new programme, please contact us now.