Learn why your existing approach to managing mental illness may be making things worse
Equip your executive team with the information they need to make good decisions on mental health.
Managing a mental health problem like a physical illness just doesn’t work
Most organisations manage mental illness like they do physical illness or injury: give the employee some sick leave; send them to a few EAP sessions; get them back to work on light duties. But this is an overly simplistic approach that can actually make things worse for the individual and expose the organisation to bullying and harassment claims.
Build your strategy on a strong foundation. Get the facts about mental health at work.
Peter Diaz is one of Australia’s leading practitioner/facilitators in the field of mental health recovery in the workplace and can provide your executive team with the information they need to formulate an effective mental health strategy.
Peter is leading the charge for a more common sense, constructive approach to improving mental health in the workplace. Key to this agenda is equipping leaders with the skills to identify and assist team members to recover, and to eliminate the cultural risk factors in their teams that lead to mental illness.
With a flexible format, the Executive Briefing can form an agenda item on a scheduled management team meeting, or as a keynote presentation at a conference or leadership retreat.
Appreciate the most common mental health conditions and statistics on their prevalence in Australian workplaces
Discover how the current approach to managing mental illness at work is making things worse
Appreciate what a mentally healthy workplace looks like: introducing The 7 Pillars of a Mentally Healthy Workplace(c)
Explore the business case for Mental Wealth: what the research is telling us about the cost v benefit of mental health strategies
Understand when stress is ‘not just stress’: identify the early warning signs of mental illness
“While it’s pleasing to see employee mental health on the executive agenda, strategies to address this problem are often fatally flawed because of one key misunderstanding – mental health problems should not be managed like physical health problems. It’s my mission to help Australia’s boardrooms realise this and to help them think differently about mental health at work.”
-Peter Diaz, CEO Workplace Mental Health Institute
“Peter was engaging, he was informative, he talked about serious issues in a light hearted manner that definitely resonated with our staff.”
General Manager, Tradies
Equip your executive team with the information they need to lead effective workplace mental health strategy.
To find out more or to enquire about Peter’s availability, contact us on (02) 8935 3885