MindHealth for Managers | 1 day | on Zoom | 8th February 2022 | 9.30-4.30

£120.00

15 in stock

This training is ideal for managers, leaders, CEOs and HR professionals; specifically, anyone who has a responsibility for the workplace care of people. This training involves:

  • Demonstration and practice

  • Skills practice

  • Group work

  • Discussions

  • Video Presentations

Using our Model of Dynamic Adaptation (MDA) the objectives of the day are to immerse themselves in a real world example of a lived experience and…

• Apply the MDA to this experience.

• Manage the MDA in terms of an individual’s support.

• Understand the who, what, when, where and why of intervention to support good mental health at work.


This will include a lunch break. The day is very interactive. We use breakout rooms, there’ll be videos and plenty of breaks so it won’t feel too onerous!

Criteria – ideal for managers but for anyone who has responsibility for the care of people at work.  They may be new in post or have done it for a long time!

15 in stock

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MindHealth for Managers | 1 day | on Zoom | 8th February 2022 | 9.30-4.30


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Supporting Managers in their roles…

Offering a unique and exclusive combination of an empirically tested model applied to real life situations, our MindHealth for Managers one-day programme enables attendees to immerse themselves in an authentic case study. They will experience, first-hand, ways of addressing and supporting people to reduce the risk of experiencing mental ill health, the one day course will mean attendees are:

• More informed about mental health.

• More empowered to use their knowledge. 

• More competent to apply a validated model of wellbeing, both to themselves and those they manage.

• More prepared and confident in supporting those struggling with mental health.

The aims of the programme:

To equip managers to have the confidence and basic skills to support, communicate and interact with staff who are experiencing mental health conditions and distress.

 

 

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