The responsibility for the mental health and well-being of your team is undoubtedly one of the most challenging aspects of management and leadership. The pressure is on for employers to recognise risks at both the team and individual level, to identify where improvements can be made and to take action. What can small and medium-sized employers in the social sector do with very limited resources? Where do you start? And how do you know if what you do is actually working?
Our founder and former CEO, Jan Golding, who’s been a member of the Mental Health at Work Leadership Council since its inception in 2018 presents this webinar, intended to enable managers and leaders in small and medium-sized social sector employers to:
- Understand the legal requirements that set our employers’ responsibilities around workplace mental health
- Understand the recommended core standards around workplace mental health in the Mental Health at Work Commitment
- Know how to access a wide range of FREE tools to help you practically manage mental health in the workplace
- Learn some simple ways to measure the effectiveness of any actions you take in respect of supporting staff and improving mental health in the workplace