Covid19 has resulted in a marked shift in how we work, and the manager will play a key role in ensuring the team feel safe and supported in their role. This engaging and informative programme is designed to support managers to lead and enable greater mental wellbeing in their team. As well as building awareness and understanding of what mental wellbeing is, it will help managers to consider how they can respond professionally and supportively within their team.
By the end of this session, managers will be equipped with a range of practical tools and techniques to create a supportive climate, role model best practice and to confidently lead positive conversations about mental health.
- Mental wellbeing – definition and understanding.
- Raising awareness of the different stages and symptoms of mental health.
- Pressure/performance – the relationship between stress, mental wellbeing and performance
- Common mental health conditions: stress, anxiety, depression, burnout – signs, symptoms and triggers
- Wellbeing conversations – best practice approaches
- Compassionate leadership – creating a climate of psychological safety
- Build a theoretical understanding of mental health
- Increase literacy and empathy
- Know how to recognise a possible dip in wellbeing within your team
- Identify key tools and techniques to proactively manage pressure
- Build confidence to plan and lead positive wellbeing conversations
- Consider real-life scenarios and identify how to bring key tools and techniques into action
- Design and develop a team charter for mental wellbeing (post-session work
This workshop will be offered as a virtual classroom across two modules of 90 minutes, running 9.30am – 11.00am and 11.30am – 1.00pm.
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