Leaders are responsible for creating a culture where wellbeing is supported and there is no stigma in asking for support when needed. They can do this by acknowledging the importance of both their own and their team’s wellbeing and modelling good self-care practices. It is important that leaders have a good awareness of what support and resources are out there so they can signpost their team to these when needed.
This session will provoke thinking and explore the key concepts for building a healthy organisational culture. You’ll learn from each other’s experiences in a facilitated discussion forum and receive a copy of the presentation and outputs to share in your organisation.
West Sussex Mind has over 50 years of experience in supporting our local community and we can help professionals, schools, businesses and parents and carers with a wide range of learning.
From strategies to support your teenager with anxiety or learning to improve the workplace experience around mental health, to two-day Mental Health First Aid courses or bite-size e-learning, we have something for everyone.
Our team of financial experts have created a targeted programme of workshops and coaching solutions to put your people in control of their financial future.
Mental health awareness has come a long way in recent years. High profile campaigns with well-known people sharing their stories have all helped to reduce stigma, leading to record numbers of people deciding to ask for help to improve their mental health.
Yet despite improvements in mental health awareness and more and more people feeling comfortable asking for help when they need it, this is not true for everyone.
There is no shame in asking for help. It’s not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength.
You might not even know what is wrong (many people don’t), but just one conversation with the Health in Mind team can be hugely helpful, and be the start of a better future.
Understand the pressures of the modern workplace, and learn what you can do to promote mental wellbeing in your organisation.
You’ll finish the course with the safeguarding and sensitivity training you need to support your colleagues and make a difference on an individual level.
Empower managers to put wellbeing at the heart of their leadership approach with this practical and immersive online course
Managers who are able to support the mental health of their teams will encourage employees to thrive, increasing talent retention. Providing this training to everyone with people management responsibilities will ensure a consistent approach to mental health and wellbeing across teams and departments, promoting healthy performance throughout the whole organisation.
Build a culture where people thrive with one-on-one behavioural health coaching, therapy, self-care activities, and a robust EAP — all on one easy-to-use platform.
Supporting your people to reduce stress, dial down anxiety, improve sleep, eat better, improve focus and boost resilience.
On this page, you’ll find free resources to help support your staff’s mental wellbeing.
Employers have a duty of care to support employee’s health, safety, and wellbeing to the best of their ability. As a manager or leader operating in the health and care sector and during the Covid-19 pandemic, you might recognise the daily challenges staff face and therefore the importance of doing all we can to support mental wellbeing.
Inspiring talks, innovative workshops, and real-life examples of how to integrate the ideas and techniques into your homecare business.
8am – 5pm 24 January 2024 London Kia Oval
On 24th January 2024 join us at our Annual Conference, where leading representatives from across the health and social care sector will share best practice, inspire innovation, provide thought leadership and provoke debate as we shape homecare together.
Wellbeing at work relates to every aspect of working life, from the working environment to how the workforce feels about themselves.
Stress and burn-out are real issues for adult social care staff and with the added challenges and restrictions of the pandemic, workforce wellbeing has never been so important.
Supporting the health and wellbeing of the workforce is essential in making sure that people with care and support needs and their families receive good quality care so they can live as independently as possible.