Discussing Mental Health in the workplace is vital

FACT:

Inadequate employer action, in policies, procedures and training are more likely to leads towards investing greater remedial resources into dealing with Mental Wellbeing issues in organisations. 

These interventions are costly, in fact much too costly.   

 

Are conversations about mental health the norm in your workplace?

Are you able to spot problems early?

Can you prevent problems associated with mental health from getting out of hand?

 

Join us to take part in a vital debate for employers, including three workshops:

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Mental Health Awareness Week is one week a year

Yet the conversations can and should take place any day of the year 

“Mental Wellbeing In The Workplace”

Brought to you by 

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High Value Business Support

Workshops with Impact

4 Mental Health Specialists

Expert facilitation

Chance to Consider What You Can Do Differently

Networking

 

Tuesday 21st June, 10.45am to 3.30pm

Intact Centre, 49 Whitby Avenue, Ingol, Preston PR2 3YP

 

Your Experts

Jacqui Sutton, Power Of Music North West;

Bow Focske, No Frills Wellbeing;

Russell Hogarth, Honorary Fellow, UCLan

Nigel Farnworth, Creative Communities Group:

FacilitatorPhil Parramore, Business Growth Specialist

 

Lunch included.

Bring plenty of business cards.

Price – £75

Registered Charities and Social Enterprises – £50

 

Find out more about our expert speakers and to reserve your seat today. 

GuideDotYou invites you to join in, to learn new insights and share experiences, so vital to improving understanding and raising awareness about the issues facing many of your workforce.

We hope you can make it.


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Reserve you place now.

 

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