Building Mentally Healthy Workplaces Workshops
Mental health is a significant business issue that requires attention. There is an important role for organizations to play in creating the conditions in which employees experiencing mental health issues can work more productively—having a positive impact not only on the lives of employees, but also on the organization.
This full day workshop will identify promising practices to help employers prevent, detect, and manage mental illness in the workplace. This session will provide leaders with insights into how to provide more effective workplace mental health programs and services to employees and front-line managers.
During the workshop, you will have an opportunity to:
- Hear the latest Conference Board research on building mentally healthy workplaces.
- Discover what a mentally healthy workplace looks like in terms of the physical work environment, healthy workplace practices, and the psycho-social work environment.
- Learn the four key steps to successfully building a more mentally healthy workplace
- Hear employees’ and managers’ perceptions of gaps in the work environment and opportunities for improvement.
- Learn effective strategies and best practices for employers in the area of mental health in the workplace, including reducing the stigma of mental health issues in the workplace, accommodating employees with mental health issues, and helping employees with mental health issues return to meaningful work.
- Develop a road map on how to implement the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety
- Get personalized help from experts that can assist in addressing your organization’s specific challenges.
- Network with peers—share new approaches, insights, and challenges.
2015-2016 Workshop Series
Thank you for joining us in Regina, Saskatoon, Ottawa, Toronto, Quebec City, London and Edmonton!
Who Should Attend
- HR practitioners
- Wellness practitioners
- Mental health specialists in the workplace
- Benefits practitioners
- Disability management practitioners
The details of this event are subject to change. Please revisit this page periodically for updated information.