Mental Wellness: A Pathway for Employers
Employees are the most critical asset of any organization, and to sustain these assets and benefit from their long-term service, it’s vital to maintain their wellbeing. There are numerous studies and statistics that show that promoting health and wellness in the workplace benefits both the employees and the organization.
Organization leaders do not need to be mental health professionals to support employee mental health.
This full-day seminar is specifically designed to provide leaders with a foundational conversation about mental health; what it is, and what their roles are. Using a leadership support framework, leaders will develop the confidence to identify employees at risk, understand how to approach them, and to facilitate a supportive conversation that may be the gateway to professional mental health support.
- Understand why leaders must take care of their own mental health first,
- Establish and understand the expectations as a colleague,
- Understand Stress and how it affects performance,
- Examine the roles of coping skills and resiliency on mental health and illness.
As part of your registration fee to this seminar you will be given free access to UNB's Pathway to Coping Online Course, which is a value of $239.00.
|January 30, 2018
||8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.||Fredericton, NB||$395 +HST||Register now
Send 3 or more participants from your company and receive a 10% discount. Contact an account manager for more information.
Dr. Bill Howatt Ph. D., Ed. D. (Post Doc Behavioral Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior)
Dr. Howatt is the Chief of Research and Development, Work force productivity for Morneau Shepell, and has 30 years of experience in the field of mental health as a practitioner and instructor for HR and leadership.
In addition to being a leading expert in the mental health conversation in Canada, Dr. Howatt is well regarded for his many contributions to the field:
- Regular contributor to The Globe and Mail, co-creator of Your Life at Work, and the Employee
- Recommended Award and lead researcher for the study, “Who are the one in five Canadians with a mental health concern in the workplace”
- Author of The Coping Crisis & UNB Pathway to Coping and Certification in Management Essentials
- M. Ed. in Counselling Psychology and M. Sc. in Clinical Psychology
- Registered with the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists
- Registered with the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers
- Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor
- Member: Society for Industry and Organizational Psychology
For more information
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