Keeping Sane® for Managers and Supervisors
Half Day Presentation
- What might a mental health problem look like in your workplace? How to respond, what to say and how to say it.
- A look at rights, roles and responsibilities- yours and your workers.
- What to do with non-disclosure.
- Accommodation - your obligations and how to implement adjustments.
- We take a look at suicide - what to look for ? How to help? Who can help? What’s good to do and what’s not good to do.
All workplaces have their own issues, pressures and personalities. This presentation is tailored to fit your context.
We workshop realistic scenarios with practical participant involvement.
- Be more confident in Identifying factors of mental health problems such as how is it recognised, what are triggers and the prevalence of MH issues in Australia.
- Be capable and confident in identifying the characteristics of Anxiety and Depression and recognising signs and symptoms in themselves and in others.
- Identify the importance of connectivity in the workplace and how to apply simple wellness techniques to ensure greater workplace wellbeing.
- Identify practical resilience skills so they can be applied to every day work and home life.
- Identify what characteristics of behaviours at work may indicate a mental health problem so they can act with more confidence in dealing with the employee.
- Be capable and confident in identifying the characteristics of Anxiety, Depression and Psychosis and recognising signs and symptoms in themselves and in others.
- To articulate the rights and responsibilities of managers and employees so they can act with more confidence within their role.
- Identify their legal obligations so they can act with more confidence in knowing what they can and cannot do within their role.
- Identify aspects of non disclosure of a mental health problem at work therefore being better equipped to deal with certain situations.
- Explain the term Workplace Accommodation and identify elements required to implement appropriate actions within their workplace.
- Prepare for and implement a meeting with an employee to discuss a possible or obvious mental health issue so that they have the confidence of achieving a desirable outcome.
- Be able to analyse their own reactions when dealing with employees with mental health problems and recognise helpful and unhelpful reactions so they can be more aware in their interactions.
- Achieve greater confidence in their actions in dealing with a suicidal person; their ability to identify elements of suicidal behaviour; identify useful and not useful words and phrases to use with an at risk person; implement appropriate actions to ensure the risk is minimised and ensure the at risk person is safe.
Maximum 20 participants
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