Focus your attention on your intention. What to focus on when having a mental health conversation with an employee
Your focus during a mental health conversation with an employee
Do your employees feel valued? (Part 2)
Part of creating a psychologically (mentally) safe workplace is ensuring your employees feel valued. A lack of this can foster feelings of powerlessness – a major risk factor to psychological safety.
Do your employees feel valued? (Part 1)
Helping your employees feel valued is part of creating a psychologically (mentally) safe workplace. Not feeling valued can leave people feeling powerless – that nothing they say or do really matters.
How to support someone you are concerned about
It’s time to build our confidence in having the tough conversations. It’s time to find our courageous voices. It’s time to know how to start a conversation with someone whose mental health and wellbeing we are concerned about.
Is employee mental health really an issue businesses have to think about?
We’re talking about real people here. And with the majority of people represented in these statistics being of working age, businesses have a vital role in supporting these people.
How do I know I should get help? What should I be looking for?
Every presentation of a mental illness is different – just as every broken bone needs to be treated on a case-by-case basis.