You may be concerned about the mental health of someone in your team, but what is your role as manager in supporting their mental health? What can you say? What should you avoid?
This session, designed to follow on from Managing Mental Health Part 1, will enable you to confidently identify and address potential issues, recognise where your role begins and ends, and be able to provide appropriate support for your entire team.
Our interactive, two-hour training courses get straight to the heart of a topic and provide actionable steps to implement the key learning points.
Courses are delivered in-company by our subject experts either face-to-face or virtually.
Participants on managing for mental health will be able to
- Recognise the impact of bias on mental health
- Develop confidence to approach, assess and assist someone with a mental health issue
- Understand what to say and do and how to avoid potential problems
- Signpost to appropriate support
- Explore and discuss the reality of supporting someone in your team with mental ill health
“Gave me some really practical and useful tips to implement in the management of my team and being able to identify signs when people may be struggling.”
“Working with Abby and the other team members at Bitesize to organise the sessions and get set up has been extremely easy and smooth – essential as this is in addition to my actual job role!”
Lucy Partner, Head of Partnerships and Client Accounts, Yoke Network