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Mental Health Tools and Resources for Small Business

Promoting psychological safety in the workplace

Description

Conversations about mental health in the workplace reduce the stigma of mental health disorders, encouraging disclosure and support. This webinar will teach you about mental health tools and resources available for small business leaders to help support their employees and themselves. We’ll share strategies to support organizational resilience and share tools to recognize mental health signs and symptoms.

You’ll also learn how to promote psychological safety in the workplace, which is key to maintaining a positive workplace culture.

What Will I Learn?

  • What is psychological health and safety and how to cultivate it

  • Strategies to improve organizational and individual resilience

  • Tools to recognize signs and symptoms of stress, burnout, and mental illness in the workplace

  • How to intervene, cope, and make workplace accommodations

  • Strategies to shape positive workplace culture

Presented By

This session is delivered online via Zoom. A few tips to note:

  • Registration closes 2 hours before the session start time.
  • You will receive the Zoom link for the webinar twice: 24 hours before the start time and 1 hour before.
  • Missed the live session? No problem. All registrants will receive access to the recording for seven days after the live session.
Session Date & Time
July 16 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
  • Length: 1 Hour
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Human Resources
  • Price: Free
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