Completing an individual Wellbeing Action Plan can remind us of what we need to do to stay well at work and identify what additional support is available. It also helps us develop an awareness of our working style, stress triggers and responses, and enables us to communicate these.
Wellbeing action plans are for everyone. For example, you could be:
experiencing poor mental health and want to find out how a WAP can support you;
currently well and interested in using the WAP as a proactive tool to map out what needs to be in place for you to be mentally well at work.
Faculty/Department Wellbeing Action Plan
Developing a Faculty or Departmental Wellbeing Action Plan enables everyone to work together to identify what is working well and what would be valuable to change.
By undertaking surveys, collecting and analysing data a gap analysis can be developed to enable a plan to be developed and interventions organised. The plan can then be monitored and evaluated to check progress is being made and celebrate successes.