Free webinar: 10 November 2021, 9am – 10am
This webinar will provide you with information and practical tips on how to spot signs of poor mental health and approach conversations about mental health with your employees and co-workers, giving you the confidence to support them.
Improving mental health in the workplace means that you create a culture where people feel supported. Businesses who invest in mental health minimise the impact of mental health issues on their people and the business from absences, poor performance and presenteeism. Identifying those at risk and be able to confidently hold conversations, signpost or put in place support to help people manage their mental health. In this webinar, brought to you as part of York Business Week, you will learn about the key ways to identify mental health issues so that you will be able to support their employees more effectively and be confident in having sensitive conversations that provide support.
During the webinar, you will:
- learn how to manage people who are displaying mental health issues
- understand mental health so you can mitigate negative situations and create a healthy workplace
- learn to spot common signs of mental health struggles so that early intervention can be implemented
- gain confidence to handle difficult conversations with compassion and openness
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Speakers and partners
Emma is an ILM7 Leadership Coach and Wellbeing Trainer with 10 years of experience supporting performance and mental wellbeing in organisations. She helps leaders and business owners with 1:1 coaching and organisations with virtual training and workshops. Prior to that, she spent over 20 years with people at the top of national and multinational training and communication businesses. Emma has provided coaching and training for a variety of local and national companies, some of which include: Aviva, NHS, CPS, Stowe Family Law, Jacksons Law, and Dreamtek. Emma regularly provides insights on leadership and mental wellbeing on her Lessons for Leaders podcast and has been featured in Forbes, Metro and is a regular contributor to The Press Business Section.
Institute of Directors
This event is also brought to you in partnership with the IoD, the UK’s longest running organisation for professional leaders. The IoD sets the standard for business leaders nationwide, and also works locally with leaders and entrepreneurs to provide opportunities and resources such as training and professional expertise. They remain committed to supporting business leaders, encouraging entrepreneurial activity, and working for the benefit of the wider business community.