Managing Workplace Mental Health Course

$550.00

Duration: 3 hours
For: Supervisors, Managers & Leaders

Advanced Mental Health Virtual Training for Leaders and Managers to learn to identify, manage and protect the mental health and wellbeing of their employees.

To book this course for your organisation or discuss your needs in more detail, please contact us at [email protected]

For payment via EFT/Bank Transfer please email us at [email protected]. We’ll send an invoice for you to process the payment.

10% Discount available for a group of 3 or more registrations

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Description

An advanced course designed specifically for managers and supervisors, to provide them with the knowledge, skills and attitude to:

  • prevent and respond effectively to mental health issues in the workplace, in the first instance and on an ongoing basis.
  • tackle performance management issues where mental health issues may also exist
  • build a team culture with protective factors to minimise mental health risks to the whole team
  • create an environment for the team where people can be resilient and thrive

Learning Outcomes

After this course, participants will:

  • Understand the importance of addressing workplace mental health, for business, legal, and ethical benefits.
  • Identify the unique ‘filters’ of their employees, to communicate effectively regarding mental health issues.
  • Have a greater awareness of the prevalence of mental health problems in the community.
  • Understand the various causes of mental ill health, especially workplace triggers for mental distress.
  • Know how to manage staff wellbeing during times of pressure, high demand, and change.
  • Be able to identify early signs of mental ill-health, and respond appropriately to prevent escalation of issues within the workplace.
  • Have a framework for communicating meaningfully and appropriately with employees about mental health, and performance issues where mental health issues also exist.
  • Be better able to manage team dynamics which can lead to stress, burnout and conflict.
  • Have clear distinctions as to the boundaries of their role as a manager when supporting mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
  • Have strategies for managing their own stress and frustration when addressing workplace mental health issues.