Mental Health at Work Commitment: webinar series – Mental Health At Work

Mental Health at Work Commitment: webinar series

This autumn, Mind ran a series of webinars, in collaboration with expert partners, to help bring to life the different standards that form the Mental Health at Work Commitment.

The Mental Health at Work CommitmentWe talked about why each standard is important and shared ideas for implementing it in your organisation. And, because the world is very different now from when the Commitment launched only one year ago, we looked at all of this through the lens of the coronavirus pandemic, and the new realities of work that many of us face.

Watch them here

The sessions are now complete, but you can watch them again in the recordings below. The first few are available now, and the remaining ones will be available in the next few days.

To accompany these webinars, we recommend you have a look at Mind’s Mental Health at Work Commitment guide for employers during coronavirus​Mental Health at Work Commitment guide for employers during coronavirus PDF 1 0Mind has created this PDF guide to support organisations to tailor their existing workplace interventions to support staff during the coronavirus pandemic.Free By: Mind View resource.

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Standard 1: Prioritise mental health in the workplace by delivering a systematic programme of activity

Featuring Mind and CIPD


Standard 2: Proactively ensure work design and organisational culture drive positive mental health outcomes

Featuring Mind and Business in the Community


Standard 3: Promote an open culture around mental health

Featuring Mind and This Is Me


Standard 4: Increase organisational confidence and capability

Featuring Mind


Standard 5: Provide mental health tools and support

Featuring Mind and Mental Health at Work

Click here for the list of Mental Health at Work resources mentioned in this webinar.


Standard 6: Increase transparency and accountability through internal and external reporting

Featuring Mind and City Mental Health Alliance