What is the course about?
Mental Health is moving higher and higher up the agenda, and HR shouldn't fall behind. The role of HR, whilst enjoyable, can be tough, challenging, stressful and have an impact on our long-term mental wellbeing. This course is for HR professionals who want to prioritise their own mental wellbeing, living and working as an advocate and role model in their businesses.
With the World Health Organisation now recognising burnout as a medical condition and an increase in HR professionals experiencing mental health issues, we need to be doing more to get people to recognise the signs of mental health, take steps to be proactive in caring for our mental wellbeing and start to put ourselves first.
We’ve been delivering our Mental Wellbeing for HR course as a workshop for some time now and we've had some great feedback with delegates saying it's created a real legacy of thinking differently about mental wellbeing.
A number of exercise worksheets are included with the course which will allow you to practice what you learn.
This course can be completed in about two to three hours. Ideally, for maximum benefit, you should spread this course over a couple of days. This will allow time between the main sections to practice and to reflect on what you have covered.
The course is split into eight sections. An introduction, followed by six main sections that take you through the steps to improve your confidence. Finally a summary section is used to recap learnings and prompts you to make a 'I commit to...' promise.
Why take this course?
If you're serious about wanting to improve your understanding of mental wellbeing, this course will help you explore and challenge your current approach to improve your ability to help yourself and others.