Sensitise, skills and sustainability. This toolkit explains these three key steps to creating a mentally healthy workplace.
This one-page Workplace Wellbeing Toolkit from Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, outlines the journey employers should take to create a healthy workplace. Throughout these three steps, you should be continuously measuring impact to ensure you’re going in the right direction. The three steps are as follows:
Sensitise – lay the ground work: introduce the idea of talking about mental health.
Skills – embed practical skills: through quality training, empower employees to support each other.
Sustainability – maintain momentum: keep disseminating skills and awareness.
Each step gives you a list of concrete and practical actions you can take to achieve the outcomes. The toolkit is easy to follow and is full of useful links to aid your progress.
Many organisations are happy to invest in initiatives to support employee wellbeing, but often only focus on a few elements. This template outlines the key areas to consider, including questions to help plan and build better strategies for the future.
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This episode of the Hays Leadership Insights podcast features Emma Mamo, from Mind, with advice on building a mentally healthy workplace that provides the right support for those who may be experiencing mental health issues.
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