Leading with Mental Health in Mind Workshop

Mental health at work is crucial for employee wellness, engagement and creativity. Unfortunately, stigma around mental health challenges persists, and open dialogue encouraging the creation of mentally healthy workplaces is not yet seen as best practice. Leading with Mental Health in Mind will equip you with the language to talk about mental health, the understanding to support employees with challenges and the steps to move towards greater psychological health and safety in the workplace.

Training Details

DURATION | 6 hours

ATTENDANCE NUMBERS | 12 to 25

AUDIENCE | Formal and informal leaders

DELIVERY | Virtual or in person

COST | $500 + GST per person, or $2,000 + GST per organization*

*Organizations up to 12 people

Wed, June 1, 2022

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM MDT

Learning Objectives

By the end of the training, participants will:

  1. Understand how the 13 Factors that Impact Mental Health at work can apply to their workplace
  2. Understand the role of the manager/leader in mental health at work and how it differs from the role of individual contributors
  3. Have tools and strategies to address some of the major factors in their workplace
  4. Have a starting point for what to do and what to say when someone talks about their mental health
  5. Have strategies to support your own mental health in the workplace

Training Registration

Wed, June 1, 2022

$526.57

$500 ticket + $26.57 GST Total: $526.57 + fees
If your organization requires an invoice, please contact CMHA, Alberta Division’s Workplace Training department directly at [email protected].
Training details, delivery method and cost may be subject to change. Refunds may be available depending on circumstances. For CMHA’s full refund policy, please visit our Refund Policy page.

Workplace Mental Health Inquiries

Phone

(587) 525-6135
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