Be a Manager that Understands Mental Health in the Workplace
“Good leaders know their teams. They notice what’s going on in people’s lives and are flexible, making allowances for good staff going through hard times. Plus, they put systems in place to prevent as much stress as possible. It helps if you genuinely care about people and have good intentions for the individual and the organisation. It’s as simple and as hard as this.”
Every person at work will either be directly affected by mental illness or know someone who has been – whether it be someone you line manage, a peer, a family member or friend. Equipping supervisors and managers with the knowledge to spot the signs that someone they know may be struggling with mental health issues is something every workplace can do. More simply, we can learn to spot when “someone isn’t ok” and feel confident to help.
A ‘how to’ kit for leaders to support mental health at work
Leadership teams are in a prime position to support and encourage the well being of the people they oversee and by doing so, support and promote the health of the organisation. Supervisors and Managers with skills in understanding mental health in the workplace will contribute to reducing the risk in your workplace.
- Staff will be more engaged – engaged staff will be more motivated and productive, morale will be higher and a happier and healthier workplace retain good staff;
- Employees care about positive workplaces – being known as a workplace that promotes positive mental health and well being can help to recruit and retain the best and brightest people;
- It makes legal sense – when it comes to workplace mental health, employers must follow certain legislative requirements and responsibilities under anti-discrimination, privacy, and work health and safety legislation;
- It has a positive social impact – a mentally healthy workplace can improve the quality of life of employees and their families and positively influence community attitudes about mental health.
Get the skills for you or your management team by attending this valuable 1 day course at our location or yours. For more details and enrolment follow the links below.
The KINNECT Training Guarantee
KINNECT Training wants you to be confident and capable in your role in workplace drug and alcohol testing. If in the following 12 months of completing your course you would like to confirm your knowledge and skills you are welcome to come to any scheduled public face to face course for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing – it’s on us!
Why do this training?
Every person at work will either be directly affected by mental illness or know someone who has been – whether it be a someone you line manage, a peer, a family member or friend. Equipping supervisors and managers with the knowledge to spot the signs that someone they know may be struggling with mental health issues is something every workplace can do. More simply, we can learn to spot when “someone isn’t ok” and feel confident to help. Leadership teams are in a prime position to support and encourage the well being of the people they oversee and by doing so, support and promote the health of the organisation.
Mind Support is:
A collection of tools to help you spot possible signs of mental ill health in another person and how to provide support until the problem resolves or professional help is available. A bit like providing first aid for psychological health.
Mind support = Know the signs + Know what to say and do
About Super Mind Support
About Mental Health
What is mental health and why does it matter?
Mental Health Problems
Having a good understanding of common mental health problems can help you to respond and provide support
How to provide Support – OTIS
Observe – Talk – Give Information & Support
Can you spot the signs? Knowing how to recognise mental health problems is the first step to providing support. Then, learn how to talk and give support when you notice someone, “isn’t feeling okay”.
Prevention & Wellness
The best defence is a good offence. Strategies to prevent mental health problems and support wellness in the workplace.
The Managing Healthy Minds in the Workplace is an interactive face to face program delivered onsite at your workplace or at one of our training locations.
Face to Face
1 Day Course – 9 AM – 3:30PM
Delivered by Allied Health Clinician with extensive experience in mental health, resilience and well being. On-site programs are delivered at times to suit you. Contact us for more information on 1300 591 548 or email@example.com.
Award / Qualification
Completion of this will result in the awarding of a Statement of Attendance issued by KINNECT Training.
This course is designed for participation by Supervisors and Managers interested in learning strategies to support mental health at work
The aim of Super Mind Support is to –
- improve your understanding of mental health and why it matters at work;
- learn what you can do to support someone who is experiencing mental health concerns – it’s a bit like providing first aid but for mental health, and;
- learn strategies for promoting mental wellness.
There are no specific pre-requisites for this program other than the desire to contribute to a mentally healthy workplace.
Dates & Availability
The below dates and availability only relate to Face to Face bookingsEnrolment Currently Unavailable
On-SiteIn-house Bookings From$395 ppFor a detailed quote and further information call 1300 591 548Full day program delivered at your workplace.
Access to ongoing resources.
Minimum numbers apply for on-site deliveryFace to FacePublic Course - Single Booking$395 ppPublic course delivered at our training centresFull day program.
Access to ongoing resources
Light lunch provided
Face to FacePublic Course - Multi Booking$395 ppPublic course delivered at our training centresFull day program.
Access to ongoing resources
Light lunch provided