Mental health is not something that only affects others. It is something we all need to take proactive steps to maintain. On this episode of the Workplace Communication Podcast, we discuss how the pandemic is impacting mental health in the workplace. Listen in to learn what you can do as a leader to ensure that you are encouraging and modeling behaviours that will help your team manage stress better and become more resilient.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
- What is mental health?
- How does mental health vary through the day?
- Why actions speak louder than words
- How to model good mental health behaviours
- Strategies to implement better work-life balance
- Investing in your employees as a way of investing in your company
Elizabeth Eldridge is a Psychological Health & Safety consultant based in St. George, New Brunswick. After her degree at Acadia University, Elizabeth began her professional journey in the mental health field working with clients with acute and chronic mental illness in inpatient and forensic care. In 2012, she launched Arpeggio Health Services after identifying the need for basic mental health education to enable “the average Joe” to recognize signs of mental distress and offer appropriate support. Arpeggio has grown into Atlantic Canada’s largest public provider of mental health training, including the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Mental Health First Aid program and several original programs.
If you are looking to support your employees with mental health in the workplace, then this episode is for you!
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Lindsay’s contact information:
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E-mail: [email protected]
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