All of the resources featured at the end of the emotional wellbeing toolkit are detailed below to help you track your emotional wellbeing and support others. If you're a manager, a team leader or looking for yourself, there are resources here for you.
- Your emotions explained gives an overview of the three different emotions; on go slow, having a good day and on the edge, and what they mean for individuals. For more detail, you can read our guidance on emotional wellbeing in the NHS explained.
- Our more bad days than good checklist is a useful resource to consider how you are coping and think about your behaviours.
- The measuring your emotion resource includes a range of visual measures that can be used by managers and their teams or individuals to create a dip test of their current level of emotional health.
- Take control of your emotional health explains why your emotional health is important and how you can influence it, it has tips to help you maintain your emotional health and deal with pressure.
- The resource, take positive steps together, can be used to support conversations, allowing time to think through each of the factors that could be impacting the levels of pressure faced by your colleagues or team members.
- Keep having a good day contains helpful questions and an action planning tool to help you reflect on what is making you feel like this and what you can do to maintain this.
- For useful steps, tips and suggested talking points to support you having a conversation with a colleague or team, take a look at our starting and supporting a conversation about wellbeing resource.
- Take the lead – talk about your emotional wellbeing has useful information on planning and having a conversation about your emotional wellbeing.
- Keep it going – sustaining an emotionally well workplace will support you to continue the conversation and understand your colleagues' pressures.