……with British Grooms Association launching its on-line mental health and well-being resource, Grooms Minds. Creating the content for this industry pioneering initiative is one of the proudest things I’ve done, combining so many of my passions too.
Once again, delighted to contribute to My Plus Students Club’s latest campaign ‘What I wish I knew’, sharing my insights to encourage students, others too, to recognise their signs of mental ill health.
Managing Mental Health in the Workplace event in London’s West End on 4 October 2018 and deliver two sessions, Overcoming Challenges to Improve Workplace Mental Health and Well-Being and Successful Staff Training was a privilege.
Moved being part of Employee Matters pioneering World Suicide Prevention Day event on 16th September 2018, a workplace webinar entirely dedicated to talking about suicide. A very difficult subject for many however let’s keep the conversation going
An exciting equine collaboration….
……..with The British Grooms Association on their Grooms Minds project’s Action Plan, responding to a recent member survey seeing a call to raise mental health awareness and support within the profession. I’m very privileged to be part of BGA’s excellent work and it involves many of my passions to boot!
An ‘across the pond’ connection!....
…..and honoured to join Sigmends Open Council, leaders who support openness around brain and mental conditions, where OpenLabs works to transform workplace culture and attitudes.
‘£99 billion pot of gold’…….
…….The Advocacy Partnership’s innovative business model for delivering employee mental wellness as a core business asset, where I’ve been privileged to act as an advisor.
Ditching the ‘workplace mask’ for a mental health-confident office, by Sylvia Bruce as part of the Institute of Directors ‘Mental health – a little more conversation’ campaign featured 6 March 2017 below. My further contributions to this campaign will be posted here, so watch this space!
Having contacted Heads Together , I’ve joined the above campaign and am looking forward to getting involved. Visit the link below to find out more.
Attending a workshop run by Caroline Hearst of Autism Matters was very enlightening and pertinent to workplace disability and mental health awareness and confidence. Click here to find out more on this subject.
The IoD is committed to raising awareness of mental health issues in the workplace, with a particular focus on opening up the conversation for small- and medium-sized businesses, which often lack the resources of larger corporate organisations to address their employees’ mental health.
When: 5th December 2016
Will Carling OBE, who was commissioned into the Royal Regiment of Wales but better known for being the youngest and one of the most successful captains of the England Rugby team, will speak on the power of developing networks within organisations.
Managing mental health issues in the workplace
Hosted by Linklaters - London
8th September 2016 | 2:30pm - 6:30pm
In 2013, a National Union of Students study found that one in five students considered themselves to have a mental health problem. These students are bright, hard working and ambitious. In order for them to succeed, employers must be able to provide the support they require to flourish in the tough environments that they will invariably face.
To find out more, please click here.