Learn how to navigate the challenging issue of mental health in the workplace – how to manage it in a way that’s respectful, responsible and good for your team and your business.
Mental health affects every one of us but it’s a subject that can be tricky to navigate in the workplace. This course is for anyone who manages or is responsible for people. It gives you the understanding, tools and real-life action plan so you have the confidence to have conversations around mental health and actively support and manage your team – and your organisation – to ensure a healthy workforce and workplace.
In this full day course, Jordan Smith from EAP Works facilitates an open and confidential environment where together you will demystify mental health and mental illness and put in place an action plan for how to manage mental health within your organisation.
Around 50% of adults will be affected by some form of mental illness in their lifetime. That statistic, coupled with our current global environment (and the fact Canterbury’s had a few years of hard knocks), makes understanding how to identify and support mental wellbeing increasingly important. Whether you’re a supervisor, HR professional, manager or business owner – this course is for you.
In this course Jordan will unpack what mental health and mental illness is and give you the knowledge of your legal obligations in this space. You will learn to how to recognise the early warning signs around mental health and how to respond in a way that’s responsible, is good for the staff member and good for the business.
Jordan facilitates robust conversations during this course, where the challenges in the mental health space are openly discussed in a safe, non-judgmental way. You will come away with an understanding of how to balance your responsibilities to your staff and the business, and will have the knowledge, skills and – most importantly – the confidence to manage mental health in your business context.
Along with knowledge and confidence, you will end the day with an action plan developed just for you – and your organisation – that you can slot into your HR policies so when the need arises you have the plan and support in place to manage it.
It’s a practical, real-life course which Jordan delivers with his trademark fun, engaging manner. An investment in your staff, your business and your future.
- Learn how to manage mental health within your team and your business.
- Gain a greater understanding of mental health and mental illness, how to identify the early signs and how to address and manage it in a way that’s safe, responsible and good for your staff, the wider team and the business.
- Use real-life examples to gain an understanding of what your obligations are as a manager, supervisor or employer and how to meet those obligations while balancing personal and business outcomes.
- Working with our experienced facilitator, you will end the day with an action plan developed just for you and your business, which outlines how to manage a situation when it does arrive and what external support is available for you, your employees and your business.
THIS WORKSHOP IS SUITED TO:
- Managers or anyone in a human resources role who wishes to increase their knowledge and expertise in the area of managing people with mental health concerns and promoting positive mental health in the workplace.
Member: $499 + GST
Non-Member: $998 + GST
Jordan Smith, EAP Works
Jordan Smith has a fun manner and natural facilitation style, which sees him engaging easily with his attendees to encourage fun, robust and honest conversations. With more than 20 years’ experience teaching, training and facilitation, Jordan is highly experienced in delivering wellbeing and personal programmes. The National Relationship Manager for EAP Works, Jordan has worked with HR and senior management teams all around the country, in a range of industries and workplaces.
Jordan not only understands his topic – mental health and wellbeing – he understands business and the complexities and challenges businesses face when managing mental health in the workplace, and how to overcome them.
COVID-19 VACCINE POLICY AND PRACTICES:
Please note, on the day of training all learners / visitors to our premises will be required to:
• Stay away if experiencing cold or flu like symptoms, or if a close contact or someone in your household has been exposed to COVID-19.
• Sign/Scan in using the COVID-19 tracer app.
• Follow all applicable COVID-19 protocols and restrictions based on the highest COVID-19 Protection Framework level that applies to both where the attendee is visiting from
and the Canterbury region, including social distancing, and mask wearing outside of the classroom.
• And, from 3 December 2021, present proof of vaccination via a COVID-19 Vaccine Pass, which will be scanned upon entry.
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