About: When we feel good, physically and mentally, we’re more likely to thrive at work. When we’re suffering, our work suffers. Companies with high levels of mental health awareness report less absenteeism, higher employee retention and a stronger workforce. CMHA NS Division’s every mind matters: Mental health in the workplace workshop provides EMPLOYEES and EMPLOYERS with the tools and resources to successfully establish and maintain a healthy workplace.
Who Should Attend? This workshop is designed to appeal to anyone interested in gaining more information, insights, and ease with mental health in the workplace.
Type: This is a virtual workshop offered over Zoom one 3-hour session.
Audience: Employees of all levels
Industry: Any industries including; manufacturing, government, education, healthcare, engineering & sciences, technology, not-for-profit and financial.
- Understand of how mental health and illness can impact the workplace
- Increase awareness of the workplace as a social mental health support
- Discuss mental health with colleagues in a supportive way
- Strategies to promote mental health, in employees, and within the workplace
Duration: 3 hours
Cost: $600 + HST (Maximum of 25 participants)
What people are saying about Every Mind Matters: Mental health in the Workplace:
“It was great to identify the unhealthy practices — and more importantly, discuss the good workplace habits that could benefit and create change. “
“I found the segment on Presenteeism really interesting. We know that if we go to work with a cold, our work might suffer that day, and we cut ourselves slack. But when we’re feeling down, we don’t. This gave me a lot to reflect on.”
“I really enjoyed the break out groups. It was eye-opening to learn people aren’t alone as they think they are. “
“It [this workshop] is so practical, for my own mental health, for staff, and everyone around us, it’s just good training that we can use everyday.”
To register or request information on our education and training sessions, please contact Elizabeth Baker, Education and Training Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org