Suzy Beaumont shares her inspiring life journey and practical steps for overcoming life challenges

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Suzy Beaumont – Founder and Creator of Change Your World joins host Dr Mike Kelly (CEO – Institute of Wellbeing) in the Wellbeing Cafe. 

Suzy Beaumont is a former multi-award winning BBC Producer with 18 years’ experience in TV and Radio. With a track record in creating nationally recognised features and live programming, specialising in business, health & wellbeing and lifestyle documentary making. 

Using her skills as a producer, Suzy turned her hand to organising life changing events and developing and facilitating a range of personal and professional coaching services. 

Suzy is now the Founder and Creator of Change Your World which brings together leading experts to inspire, motivate and empowering; creating a ripple effect of positive change for individuals, organisations and the environment. 

Suzy has a massive vision to positively change the world using personal development. The aim is to inspire individuals to become their best self through a consistent self-improvement practice.

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Luke Smith shares how he overcame COVID-19 and gives us insights into his success mindset

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Luke Smith – musician, artist, arranger, producer & teacher joins host Dr Mike Kelly (CEO – Institute of Wellbeing) in the Wellbeing Cafe. 

Luke shares how he overcame COVID-19 and gives us insights into his success mindset.

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Insights into the life journey and community work of MOBO Nominee SILVASTONE

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Joining us in the Wellbeing Cafe is MOBO Nominee, Artist, Producer, Mentor and Entrepreneur – SILVASTONE.

SILVASTONE will be sharing his journey and telling us more about what he is doing to managing his wellbeing and more about the work he is doing with children and young people.

The popular Croydon resident is also proudly very active in his local community. As well as running his own professional studios White Hut Studios, he also delivers a music workshop programme in local schools that engages young people in discovering and harnessing their creative talents.

In response to this (and his continued successes in the music industry) the London Borough Of Croydon officiated him one of their youth ambassadors and engage him in several initiatives and seek his counsel on decisions relating to music and the arts.

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Dealing with grief – insights from expert Loss and Bereavement Counsellor Fiona Reynolds

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Joining us in the Wellbeing Cafe is expert Loss and Bereavement Counsellor Fiona Reynolds. Fiona shares her expertise and insights into how we deal with loss and grief and how we can better support those who have or are going through loss. 

Fiona believes that It is greatly important that people understand what grief is and how beneficial it is for them to grieve freely. Fiona works in her local community conducting seminars and workshops about loss and grief, as well as end of life preparations and death, hoping to educate people and normalise these matters as part of everyday living.

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Coping through COVID-19

Welcome to our podcast from the IOW online Wellbeing Cafe with host Dr Mike Kelly who is joined by special guest Venessa Bobb – Founder of A2ndVoice. 

In this podcast Venessa Bobb shares how she is coping during the COVID-19 crisis both at home and at work. 

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What is your parenting style and why does it matter?

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In this video we were privileged to be joined in our Online Wellbeing Cafe by Stephen Brooks, Head Of Corporate Affairs at King Solomon International Business School. 

Stephen is deeply passionate about the role parents play in the development of their children. In this video he gives us a great insight into parenting styles. 

About our guest speaker:

Stephen leads a portfolio of services, and projects on behalf of the Senior Leadership Team in delivering the education Trust’s vision, values and priorities. He builds and maintains effective relationships with key external stakeholders in order to ensure the delivery of the school’s priorities. He gives strategic leadership to the Trust`s corporate functions, creating a culture of effective and efficient support services that are focused on reducing overheads and creating value for money as well as meeting the needs of internal and external stakeholders. 

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Top experienced school headteacher gives parents practical help and tips during COVID-19

The institute of Wellbeing was priviledged to have Jacqueline Newsome join us in our Online Wellbeing Cafe. 

In this video Jacqueline shares some practical tips to help parents during the COVID-19 crisis. 

About our guest: 

Jacqueline Newsome is former Head of Science and an experienced school leader who has held several positions at senior level including that of Headteacher. She is currently employed as a leadership consultant for a multi – academy trust and inspects schools on behalf of Ofsted.

Join us online at 11am in our Online Wellbeing cafe where we are joined by our expert guest speakers who offer practical help and support during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Village mentality – do we respect and do we even want it?

Welcome to part four of our four part podcast – developing brilliant people. In this podcast we are joined by our special guest Sir Simon Woolley – founder of Operation Black Vote and the Chair of the Race Disparity Unit. 

We are not sure if there was ever a ‘golden age’ of raising a family but what we do believe is that bringing up children might have been easier when families lived near each other and they could rely on the wisdom and support of the extended family/community. In this podcast, we discuss some of the challenges of parenting today, the competing challenges for our attention and the opportunities to improve ourselves and our communities so that we can help others.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • If the saying “it takes a village to raise child” is still true today
  • The importance of collective leadership in the community
  • The value and importance of voluntary work
    Why self management is critical before we can helps others
    What placed based systems are and how they help communities

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How to raise community, political and wellbeing champions

Welcome to part three of our four part podcast – developing brilliant people. In this podcast we are joined by our special guests Sir Simon Woolley – founder of Operation Black Vote and the Chair of the Race Disparity Unit and also David Shosanya.

We take the opportunity to ask our special guests what can be done by communities, faith groups and leaders to help disadvantaged communities to overcome some the key challenges that they face today.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • The impact a 30 million word gap has on children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • How the church can get involved in helping disadvantaged families in their communities.
  • The importance of political literacy.
  • The four key “hubs” that can make a significant difference to churches and the communities they are supporting.
  • The critical role parents play in being present in the lives of the children.
  • Why wellbeing interventions can help parents who are stressed or struggling.
  • The importance of operation black vote (OBV).

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Bling, love and reading

Welcome to part two of our four part podcast – developing brilliant people. In this podcast we are joined by our special guest Sir Simon Woolley – founder of Operation Black Vote and the Chair of the Race Disparity Unit and David Shosanya.

Being a parent today can be a challenging task. In this podcast we explore the importance of investing in our child and if music has a negative impact on our children.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • What role music plays in the way our childrens minds and outlooks are shaped
  • Practical tips to help improve language and literacy with your children
  • Why its important to invest in the development of our children
  • The principle of the 1%

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