Results Driven Group
Strategies for mental health and well-being are a priority for all organisations seeking to improve their productivity, capability, reputation and quality of outcomes.
Prioritising mental health and well-being in the workplace is rapidly gaining traction through political and social campaigning.
People are challenging the ‘always-on’ 24/7 culture, and the term ‘work-life’ balance is emerging as a requirement, rather than an aspiration.
When you look at the evidence it is startling… from the report by the BMA – “The impact of COVID-19 on mental health in England” – Key Findings!!
1. Social isolation can have a negative effect on mental well-being
2. An economic downturn risks mental health
3. Experiences of living through the pandemic could cause or worsen a mental illness
4. There are concerns about the impact on specific populations
5. Some NHS and other frontline workers may need additional mental health care and support
Its amazing how many organisations don’t have the correct strategies in place to combat the impact of mental health on their workforces…so to counter this we have launched this new developmental programme to help professionals working in mental health and well-being arena to formalise their skills in this area so that we can give better support to our people.
The aim of this programme is for you to understand the impact of mental health and well-being on organisational performance.
You will critically assess the complexities of managing well-being and will appraise contemporary approaches for the creation of healthy work systems.
You will be given the opportunity to propose a series of recommendations to create and sustain a positive culture of mental health and well-being within an organisation.
Understanding the benefits to organisations of positive mental health and well-being at work.
You will consider the impact of a strategic focus on positive metal health and well-being at work including economic, corporate and social aspects. The session will include how to recognise a “well” employee and the early signs of mental health and well-being concerns.
Understanding how to manage mental health and well-being including the importance of noticing and managing fluctuations in employees’ health.
The importance of Health Needs Assessments, supervision and appraisal, honest conversations and legal safeguards will be considered.
The complexities of managing mental health and well- being to avoid social stigma, discrimination, stereotyping etc.
A review of approaches for developing healthy work systems. Consideration of a mental health commitment, useful models and frameworks to follow, fair and decent work, good practice and case studies.
How to build a business case for a strategy to promote mental health and well-being. Focusing on how to align strategies, policy development, support networks and the relationship with organisation and legal frameworks.
How to sustain a culture of mental health and well-being at work. Reviewing the impact of leadership styles, the impact of organisational structures and communication pathways as well as understanding how cultures are embedded.
Reviewing the strategic approach identified and understanding how it can be used to achieve the CMI certificate.
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Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at anyone who has to manage/or would like to manage the mental health and well-being strategy for their organisation.
- Senior leaders and managers
- Middle managers
- HR Professionals
There are no formal entry requirements for this course
It is a great opportunity for those that want to develop a career in the sector to become qualified before applying for a role
- CMI Chartered Manager
- CMI Level 7 Certificate / Diploma in Strategic Approaches to Management and Leadership
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