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What systems do you have in place for your Mental Health and Safety Support?
I'm not talking about your tech stuff (learning apps) or your fruit bowl quick fix here, but your daily habits, your boundaries, your decision-making process, your productivity system for individuals facing mental health challenges. Or other aspects of Health and Safety conversations around productivity, ESG, stigma/judgement, efficiency. This all links into risks and benefits.
Where are you making things hard for yourself?
Check out this month’s thought-provoking newsletter.
Mental Health Awareness Week 18 – 24 September 2023
What models of wellbeing do you use?
Have a look to see what the Mental Health Foundation have suggested
In this extended episode, Australian hosts Jason and Joelle chat with Francois Barton, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum. Francois shares the work that the Forum has been contributing to the field of psych health and safety practice.
They discuss the challenges and concerns facing members of the Board and Executive responsible for psych health and safety, share strategies and approaches that are helpful.
View the podcast here: Learnings from Working with CEOs - with Francois Barton - YouTube
INTRODUCING … "Emoji Chatter Box" A pack of 35 cards to ignite wellness conversations.
The "Emoji Chatter Box" cards are designed for understanding and fostering connections - to support building a workplace where every voice is heard. Each card contains a conversation starter to empower conversations about wellness.
Simply leave a set of cards in your work cars, lunchroom, wellness space, or include them into your weekly check-up – let the Chatter Box begin!
How do we ignite conversations in the workplace?
How do we create a culture of thriving people?
Let this tool be your guide. Start with your people, and don’t assume that everyone is on the same page. Leaders understand what your people do and the role they play in building culture … enable your team to thrive. The "Emoji Chatter Box" starts igniting these conversations.
Mental Health First Aid Aotearoa
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