Getting good at noticing changes
Noticing changes amongst your colleagues at work can help you to start a conversation about mental health. This short checklist gives you some ideas on what to look for.View Read more
Mental Health at Work offers training to raise awareness of mental health issues, discuss appropriate language, and help challenge myths and assumptions to de-stigmatise mental health issues in the workplace. They offer three key modules, covering all levels of an organisation:
The training has really helped further our organisational conversation around mental health at work. Managers have increased confidence and skills to manage mental health issues in their teams, which will result in better outcomes for all employees.
Assistant Director, Health & Education,
Greater London Authority
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