During the next 3 months we will be focusing on the below essential subjects that have adversely impacted and continues to impact, our social and economic climates. We have designed the content in a manner that addresses our realities, provides practical know how and recommendations.






1. The impact of a life-threatening illness or serious health event

People are often confronted with fear, uncertainty and grief when they are faced with any terminal illness such as COVID-19, Cancer, Heart Disease or HIV and AIDS. It feels like you are spiraling out of control whilst being inundated with information and conflicting views from clinicians/professionals and loved ones. The purpose of the workshop is to help charter a cause of action to bring about balance, direction and harmony.

· Understanding our reactions when illness strikes

· Chronic illness and chronic stress

· Connection between our body and mind

· Whose illness is it anyway?

· Collaboration, communication and change

1 hour

2. Adaptive resilience

Adaptive resilience is the ability to recover from adversity, adapt and thrive. We focus on building, resourcefulness and creativity while dealing with changing circumstances and adapting with integrity. The workshop helps to build the behaviours, mental habits and practices that promote personal resilience while growing a culture of resilience within teams and organisations.

· What is emotional exhaustion

· Tips and techniques for mental clarity

· Understanding psychological safety

· Impact of empathy and compassion during adversity

· Shifting of Mindset and Heart set

1.5 hours

3. Diversity and Inclusion 

Workplace diversity is understanding, accepting, and valuing differences between people. Whereas inclusion in the workplace is a collaborative, supportive, and respectful environment that increases the participation and contribution of all employees. During the workshop we unpack the meaning of diversity and review how true inclusion removes all barriers, discrimination, and intolerance.

· Unpacking gender, race and sexual orientation

· Understanding biases and stereotypes,

· Understanding barriers to acceptances of differences

· Improving effectiveness of diverse teams

· Unpacking sharing tools for individuals and leaders

4 hours

4. Reducing change impacts on emotional health through compassionate leadership

Emotions are the greatest change that COVID-19 has brought into the workplace after the forced digital transformation. Equipping leaders with skills to compassionately lead their teams, actively contributes to reducing the $1 trillion global cost of mental health in the workplace.” Our workshop allows for authentic, none judgmental and interactive dialogue, while providing effective communication, engagement and introspective skills.

· Learn how to emotionally check in and measure where you are on the change cycle

· Develop change leadership skills for effective positive engagement & communication

· Share technical tools to facilitate continuous and impactful dialogue

· Provide practical tips to build resilience

1.5 hours

5. Introduction to Gender Based Violence (GBV)

Healthy dialogues and making an impactful change can only start when we understand one another’s views.

The workshop introduces the fundamentals of gender-based violence, highlights the importance of core concepts, causes and consequences. We further discuss the call to action; ‘ending the silence’ and making a difference.

· Difference between sex and gender

· The role of power and privilege

· What’s is in a name

· Myths and facts

· SA- a country in crisis

· What can we do?

1.5 hours

6. 16 Days of Activism 

The 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children Campaign (16 Days Campaign) takes place annually from 25 November (International Day of No Violence against Women) to 10 December (International Human Rights Day). The success of this campaign rests on our daily individual and collective actions which should be instilled in our way of life. The workshop is aimed at providing knowledge and information regarding the plight of the vulnerable, emphasis on SA law and available resources.

· Identifying the concepts of human rights in general and women’s rights in particular 

· Equality and inclusion

· The impact and causes of Gender Based Violence and Femicide

· SA laws that protect the rights of individuals against abuse

· Awareness to accountability

1.5 hours

In line with COVID-19 regulations sessions will be hosted virtually. In person sessions can be arranged; and it will be the responsibility of the organisation to ensure and comply with all COVID-19 rules and regulation for training such as, sanitation, adequate ventilation, wearing of masks and maximising distance between facilitator and all participants.  

You are being called upon as a business leader to take action, you have a duty to care and to bring about change in the lives you touch.

We look forward to partnering with you so that we may collectively educate, engage and empower our teams, individuals, families and society. Please email Info@Napilla.com for a customised quotation indicating the required number of sessions, employees per session and topic/s of interest.