Mental Health Awareness

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 10:00 to 12:00
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Leeds

Workshop Outline

1 in 4 of us will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in our lives and many more will have undiagnosed mental health problems. Research shows that employees are often reluctant to take time off work, partly due to the on-going stigma associated with mental illness. This presenteeism is likely to affect an employee’s productivity therefore making them miss deadlines, decrease motivation and increase the amount of mistakes. This is a real business risk.

This event is a prime opportunity to get thinking, talking and learning about mental health, and is a great way to learn more about common mental health issues and how you can support them.

What You Will Learn

What mental ill-health is and what we need to be mentally healthy

Societal attitudes and the law in relation to mental health

Different types of mental health conditions and their key characteristics

Managing mental ill-health

Supporting mental health at work

Who Should Attend This Workshop?

Managers

D&I Specialists

Trainer

Rosie Clarke is the Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant at Inclusive Employers. She has experience in auditing processes to enhance diversity and inclusion and has delivered engaging learning and development programmes to staff at all levels.

This 2 hour workshop costs £99 + VAT for members or £125 + VAT for non-members. All members are entitled to one free place at 10 workshops per year.

If you're interested in attending this session, please contact us at events@inclusiveemployers.co.uk

Non-member: £125.00 +VAT