Managing for team wellbeing
With one in six Australian workers experiencing mental ill-health at any given time, it’s likely some of your team members are struggling with stress, anxiety, or depression right now.
Managers and people leaders play a pivotal role in fostering the wellbeing of teams through the behaviours they model, and their ability to observe and act when they notice team members having a difficult time. They also play a key role in successfully integrating team members back into work after a period of sickness-related absence.
Leading mental health research organisation, Black Dog Institute are providing mental health training for managers and people leaders to develop effective wellbeing leadership practices within teams and manage personal mental health.
This training is designed for:
- People leaders
- Executive leaders
This training provides knowledge and skills to:
- Understand the prevalence of mental ill-health and its impact
- Recognise changes in behaviour and identify the warning signs of mental ill-health
- Have effective conversations around stress, health, and wellbeing
- Design healthier workspaces that promote wellbeing
- Understand your role and legal responsibilities as an employer
- Support team members at work and assist in their return to work after a sickness absence
The two training options are:
1. Online interactive workshop
- Length: 3 hours
- Format: Zoom meeting
Delivered live by a clinical psychologist and incorporates various interactive tools for engagement including polls, breakout rooms, and a whiteboard. Participants will be given the opportunity to ask specific questions on any issues they are facing. The training can be organised at a time and date to suit your workplace with up to 25 participants, or individuals are able to attend a public workshop.
2. Online module
- Length: 60 minutes
- Format: Four-part online module
The compacted mental health program can be accessed through a unique login portal any time and can be completed at a time and pace that suits you.
The program provides information to
Who can apply?
Any NSW private sector business with less than 200 employees.