Designed for: Current or potential internal workplace mediators
Program length: Full Day
This program is ideal for current or potential supervisors, managers and HR practitoners looking to gain a better understanding around managing mental ill-health in the Workplace. In this program, iHR’s facilitator and expert Senior Workplace Relations Advisor will guide participants through the key principles of effectively and sensitively managing mental health in the workplace, focusing on relevant legal responsibilities and risk management considerations.
Participants will observe our unique Workplace Reality Theatre where the facilitator and actors will reenact relevant and engaging real-life scenarios for group discussions. Participants will conduct sensitive and effective conversations pertaining to early intervention strategies and will also participate in group case study activities pertaining to reasonable adjustment strategies. Participants will receive useful feedback from our facilitator, in addition to reflecting on their own performance.
Topics addressed include:
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
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Public Program: See dates and locations for our Managing Mental Ill Health in the Workplace Public Training Program.
In-House Program: This program can be delivered in your workplace, and use your organisation’s policies, procedures and values. The program can also be modified to suit your individual needs. More information about our Managing Mental Ill Health in the Workplace In-House Training.
eLearning Program: More information about the Managing Mental Ill Health Online Training Program on our partner’s website.