New Activity Pack Coming Soon
Mental Health Awareness Week, from Monday 13th May to Sunday 19th May 2019, is less than a month away.
In order to help you get ready for the week and make the most of the occasion, we have put together a brand new activity pack for employers, full of engaging activities that you can deliver, resources to support the promotion of your commitment to addressing stigma in your workplace, and events that your employees can take part in.
The activity pack will be circulated by email soon. Keep your eyes peeled!
New FREE e-learning for small businesses
As a small workplace, people are your most valuable asset. Paying attention to their mental health has never been more important. Did you know that only 23% of employees working in small organisations felt comfortable disclosing poor mental health?
Our friends at Mind have designed a new free e-learning for businesses with up to 250 employees, to meet their unique challenges in the workplace around employee mental health.
This exciting new e-learning provides quick online training to build staff’s confidence in thinking and talking about mental health in smaller workplaces.
Help us shape future Time to Talk Days
Thank you for helping make this year’s Time to Talk Day the biggest so far. We want to make sure that we build on this success, which is why we’d like to hear more from you.
We would really appreciate it if you could take a moment to share your thoughts in our new survey. In this survey, live until 22 April, we ask for your views on Time to Talk Day and other charity campaigns, along with what you’d do if you were running the campaign. You even get an imaginary budget to allocate!
Masterclasses – New Dates!
As a Pledged Employer you have access to our Employers Accelerator Programme which includes a series of Masterclasses with sessions led by top employers and jam-packed full of examples of good practice.
If you haven’t attended a Masterclass before, we have some fantastic sessions coming up:
‘How to raise awareness of mental health in the Workplace’
- London, Wednesday 5th June 2019
- Liverpool, Wednesday 26th June
‘Equipping line managers to have difficult conversations and encourage disclosure’
- London, Wednesday 18th September