Experts advocate for a scenario where organizations and individuals share responsibility for health and wellbeing. However, employees are not feeling the love and employers are paying a price. How can HR move from a ‘pie in the sky’ mandate towards actionable steps that do not break the bank or consume too much time?
In this session we will explore how to move proactive mental health best practise beyond due diligence and checking of the boxes by finding entry points to start grassroots change moving towards a people centered, psychologically healthy and safe workplace while still working toward more complete sponsorship to implement systems wide change. Even with limited leadership support the status quo can changed.
We’ll review how to leverage small transformations to build evidence and pivot the system. By identifying change points and strategically using data and resources you already have, you can kick-start the evolution of behaviours and attitudes towards a psychologically healthy and safe workplace – without breaking the bank and even more workload. Do what you do but do it differently.
Spot strengths and vulnerabilities in mental health best practice in your organization
Identify ‘ready’ opportunities for change
Build on small changes for wider impact
Find pressure points and interventions that will make a difference
Make an inventory of what your already have to lever from existing resources
Join us and enhance your understanding of what psychological health and safety looks like day to day. Don’t wait for the top down mandate!
Rensia Melles. M.A.
Rensia is a passionate advocate for creating a difference in the workplace for both employees and employers on the topic of mental health and psychological safety. She is a certified Psychological Health and Safety advisor with over 20 years of experience managing and designing international employee support programs to fortune500 employers. She has published and presented internationally on a wide range of employee support topics, including leveraging the workplace for health, global trauma support, mental health and employer liability. Additionally, she founded Integral Workplace Health, providing organizations psychological health ads safety consultancy from a systems perspective.
Ron Sparrow M.S.W., R.S.W
Ron Sparrow is a social worker practicing for over thirty years. He initially worked in Children’s Mental Health and Child Welfare in Toronto and has been actively involved in the employee assistance profession. He is the principal partner at Source Line Inc.
Ron has consulted and provided workplace trainings on topics such as the respectful workplace, workplace crisis interventions, addictions and enabling, work life balance, violence in the workplace and organizational mental health costs and concerns.
Ron works with numerous organizations around high-profile employee behavioural concerns.
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