Mental Health Taster Sessions
We appreciate that you’ll want to make sure that Mental Health at Work is the right partner for your organisation, including our approach to workplace mental health and the style of our facilitated workshops. We run regular Taster Sessions on a variety of topics, designed for anyone who is considering a mental health programme in their organisation.
Upcoming Taster Sessions
1300 – 1400 BST
During this one hour session we will introduce you to what the workplace needs to know about managing mental health as a manager. We will explore the language around mental health, introduce our dynamic continuum of mental health at mental illness and bring insight to the skills which enable all managers to have both confidence and competence to have open and natural conversations about mental health with colleagues. We will explore how you might introduce them within your organisation for anyone who manages mental health as part of their role and the benefits that this can bring.
The WHO recommends that line managers are trained in managing mental health on an annual basis and this session will give you the opportunity to experience the customised approach of the MHaW Manage ® programme. We are delighted that our MHaW Manage® programme is also now CPD accredited, and attendees of a one day workshop will be eligible for 10 CPD points.
This session is aimed at senior leaders and managers in HR, D&I, and Talent Management who are considering beginning or extending their workplace mental health programme to bring behavioural change.
There is a small charge for this event; as a not for profit, social enterprise, our mission is to change working lives, reaching as many people as possible in the workplace to change attitudes and behaviours around mental health. This fee enables us to continue to deliver this mission, whilst bringing frontline developments and considerations around workplace mental health to a broad audience. If you are a current or past customer of Mental Health at Work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your complimentary access code.
If you would like to know more about how Mental Health at Work develop and deliver programmes to improve working lives through changing attitudes and behaviours around mental health, then visit our website at www.mentalhealthatwork.com or contact us here.