Empowering your team starts by giving them the skills to ensure success – especially true in fostering a mentally healthy workplace.
Having sensitive and emotionally intelligent conversations, being able to recognize risks, building resilience and knowing how to negotiate personal boundaries are building blocks for good workplace mental health. We have a range of solutions that can be used for each unique scenario.
Our policy audit is the start, we then investigate your business on a deeper level to better understand the needs of your situation.
Based on the research from the MHFA Australian curriculum, we investigate; the difference between mental health and mental illness, the prevalence within Australian society at all levels, some of the main illnesses, how to recognise prodromal signs and symptoms and how to take the next steps to assist in recovery. This short course is designed for all levels of staff targeted primarily to di-stigmatize mental health, encourage open dialogue in the workplace and aid people possibly experiencing poor mental health towards early intervention.
Approximately 20% of Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year. Completing an MHFA Course will help you to develop the skills to support a friend, family member or co-worker. Having mental health first aid skills means that you can assist someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis and make a real difference to your community.More Information
Resilience refers the ability to endure adversity and adapt to major stresses and trauma positively. It's a process rather than an event that happens in a flash. Resilience can be viewed as being on a spectrum from great resilience to very little resilience. You can learn to develop this ability
Effective leaders, productive supervisors and successful professionals understand and manage their emotions. Emotional intelligence (or emotional quotient - EQ) is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions and those around you. For leaders, having emotional intelligence is essential in managing staff, making difficult decisions and directing the energies and resources of the business. It covers:
Understanding why we experience stress and how to manage our own leads to more productivity and engagement with employment.
Job Burn-Out has been recognised by the WHO as an occupational phenomenon in its International Classifications of Illnesses. While certain levels of stress are proven to be beneficial within a performance criteria, employees, supervisors and manager need to be aware of its causes, responses to and management of unhealthy levels of stress.
Contact us today to help build a mentally healthy workplace