January – beating the blues
Back from Christmas in Las Vegas recharged and ready to sit down and determine client objectives for 2018, kicking off January with gusto didn’t go according to plan as Nicola’s husband lost his mum resulting in Nicola taking time to spend with Ian while re-evaluating and actually considering her own priorities for 2018.
In spite of the focus being temporarily on family first and business falling in behind, Nicola worked on an exciting top secret marketing plan and managed to beat the January blues with an exclusive piece for Business First on ‘Blue Monday’ from CEO of Moment Health, Nuala Murphy.
According to a review into mental health in the workplace commissioned by Prime Minister Theresa May in late 2017, mental health absenteeism has increased by 5% since 2009 and 300,000 people a year are leaving their jobs due to long term mental health conditions.
Step up Moment Health!
Businesses can incorporate the benefits of Moment Health, founded to tackle maternal mental health, into the organisation’s wellness programme or it can be offered as a stand alone support tool. Moment Health can pre-empt potential absences and speed up recovery by connecting new mothers with the knowledge they need to faster, long term recovery from postnatal depression and associated anxieties.
Moment Health can integrate with your organisation’s current systems or can be supplied direct to expectant and new mothers. If you value your staff and would like to consider how Moment Health can help your business, contact the team at Moment Health via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nuala appeared on Sky News live from Belfast following research from King’s College London confirming 1 in 4 women suffer from maternal mental ill health in pregnancy.
Lough Neagh Partnership
Lough Neagh Partnership’s Heritage Lottery funded boat building project featured on UTV Life when presenter Rita Fitzgerald visited the builders to help out with the finishing touches on a boat which will be exhibited permanently close to the shores of the Lough.
NIACE — Northern Ireland Composites and Advanced Engineering
The new website went live at:
Gillian Killiner of 121 Dietitian shared her top tips for boosting your immune system in News Letter:
Celebrating the best of East Belfast, 250 guests attended the second annual Eastside Awards ceremony bringing a glittering end to the first working month of 2018.
Nicola is also working on planning a series of events with Google Digital Garage and is putting together a training programme with Training Matchmaker founder Christine Watson – more on that soon!
In the meantime, we’re trusting that February will be a less emotionally charged month. May you do what you love and love what you do this February.