Leadership Mental Health Workshops
The workshops are for leaders who work in any industry. The knowledge and skills learnt within the workshops are transferrable to different work environments. Leaders can include business owners, worksite supervisors, health and safety practitioners, or leaders within an organisation who have an influence on other individuals or teams.
I am currently delivering leadership workshops to the Building Wellness Trust. The trust was developed with the aim of reducing suicide among construction workers within the Taranaki region.
For more information on the trust please visit: Building Wellness Taranaki - Building Wellness
The major focus of this workshop is to equip leaders with the knowledge and skills to support mental health within the workplace. The first level of this workshop is ideal for people who have some knowledge of mental health but would like to learn more. Level one of the workshops aims to provide leaders and supervisors with increased knowledge of depression and anxiety, tips for engaging workers in conversations about help-seeking and mental health, and education on suicide prevention. Level two and three of the workshops take a deeper look into mental health covering topics such as substance abuse, supporting workers who are suicidal, promotion of a positive mental health culture within the workplace, anger and depression, self-care, and practical skills for starting conversations about mental health within work meetings. Level two and three of the workshops explore leadership and employee wellbeing.
Leadership Style and Psychological Safety: Moving from the unknown to supporting mental health within the workplace.
Courageous Conversations - The workshop provides leaders with the knowledge and tools to have conversations about mental health within the workplace.
Education on depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other common mental disorders.
Scripts for talking about mental health during team meetings.
Role play exercises practiced within workshops to improve leader’s confidence in discussing mental health during work meetings.
Challenging the ‘harden up attitude’ towards mental health.
Impact of COVID-19 and mental health. How to identify, talk to, and support workers who are struggling with mental health.
Preventing fatigue, injuries, and burnout within the work environment.
Creating a positive mental health culture within a team.
For more information on the workshops please see the attached document: