Mental Health Masterclass
|Date||28 February 2017|
Mental health in the workplace has increasingly become top of the agenda for business. With stressful everyday lives and increasing pressures in work, the wellbeing of employees has to be a priority for an organisation to be successful.
This Masterclass will give you the tools to be able to deal with mental health confidently, and support colleagues and managers in your organisation in understanding how mental health can affect people; and ways to support those people in a way that is best for both the employee and the organisation as a whole.
- What is mental health
- Different types of mental health and how it affects people
- How to support colleagues who have a mental health condition
- Spotting signs of stress and acting early
- Mental health as it relates to work in practice - across performance management, sickness absence, keeping people in work, recruitment.
- Case studies for discussion on real situations of dealing with mental health at work
- Open forum discussion on current issues you would like support with. Your issues will inform discussion and help you in deciding the best way to resolve them.
- Lunch and networking opportunity
Your host and trainer(s)
The session will be led by Becky Brooks, enei’s disability specialist, and Bela Gor, a lawyer with over twenty years experience of working in disability. Bela’s experience of writing guidance and providing training and consultancy to business on mental health, ranging from managing serious situations at work to ensuring the wellbeing of staff means you will get practical advice and come away from the Masterclass with the confidence to deal with the rising issue of mental health at work.
Who should attend?
HR directors and managers, managers at all levels, diversity and inclusion specialists.
FREE – Core members
£245+VAT – Corporate Members
£245+VAT – Foundation Members
£299+VAT – Associate Members
£345+VAT – Non Members
Due to limited space and likely high demand there will be a £50 plus VAT admin charge for cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the event.