In this episode 180 of the podcast I bring you my practical top tips for managing mental health in the workplace.
These are my practical tips which I recommend all employers implement in their business or organisation.
Promoting good mental health practices and wellbeing need not be difficult and in this episode I breakdown into some easy steps to follow.
In this episode of the podcast I cover:
- How to prevent issues from arising as a result of work.
- The importance of being aware and well informed.
- How to spot the warning signs among colleagues.
- Why the best managers really know their staff.
- Why open communication about mental health is critical.
- How to create a culture of openness and support.
- Why you should give meaningful consideration to reasonable adjustments.
- Practical ideas you can implement with limited resources.
You may also find the mini series covering mental health in more detail useful to listen to.
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