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15.09.2020, 16:27

Mastering the Art of Brilliance

Facilities Management, Commercial & Manufacturing Facilities, Service Provider News, United Kingdom, Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Specialist FM services provider to the UK corporate sector Anabas has introduced a new dedicated training programme to support its workforce during Covid-19.


Introduced in conjunction with not-for-profit training organisation, The Art of Brilliance, the training programme is designed to improve levels of motivation and brilliance by ensuring employees become the best version of themselves.

 

By introducing positive psychology and resilience training, Anabas will equip each member of staff with the tools they need to personally feel their best every day, cultivate a positive, can-do attitude and thrive in a world that is currently fraught with uncertainty. Identifying the connection between feeling great, always seeking to improve and productivity, this training also supports the company’s aims for optimising service standards and delivering customer service that is consistently world-class.

 

Anabas believes the new way of thinking and being is vital for employees to be able to improve resilience and positivity and overcome the significant emotional impact of Covid-19. Over the next 18 months, all Anabas staff, irrespective of their role or contracted hours, will receive the training via interactive workshops either virtually or face-to-face, delivered by the team at The Art of Brilliance.

 

Alistair Craig, Anabas managing director, explains: "Returning to work safely is not enough. 2020 has been a year like no other and our employees have experienced a rollercoaster of emotions. For us it is key to equip them with the tools they need to flourish and lead a more positive, balanced life, both personally and professionally.

 

"At a time when many businesses are cutting staff training and development budgets, we are investing more. We want our workforce to feel their best and become the most positive and resilient version of themselves. This new level of reframed thought and behaviour will also elevate our relationships with our customers. If our staff feel great, they will deliver a great service allowing Anabas to consistently have the wow-factor."

 

Andy Cope, Founder of The Art of Brilliance, adds: "It’s pivotal that companies like Anabas really step up and take this opportunity to support their workforce. Giving everyone more reasons to be positive and make a difference to themselves and everyone around them is critical to wellbeing, especially in the current climate. We’re all moving into a ‘new normal’ and it is up to all of us to define what that is. We are pleased Anabas’ ‘new normal’ will be brilliant!"

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