Webinar Recording: Mental Health Webinar for Business Leaders

Dylys Bertelsen OAM, Dr Erica Crome, John Brady, Steve Eltis
About This event

How can business leaders support their team during these uncertain times?

Hosted by Windsor Group, in this webinar, guest speakers: Dr Erica Crome (National Mental Health Commission), John Brady (MATES in Construction), and Steve Eltis (Wesley Mission Queensland) share their insights, experiences and strategies for creating mentally healthy workplaces.

Key discussion topics:

  • The impacts that COVID-19 is having on mental health at work
  • The responsibilities businesses have to support their staff during these uncertain times
  • Practical examples of initiatives and innovations that can be implemented to promote mentally healthy workplaces
  • What can workplaces do to support mental health at work?
  • Identifying signs of those struggling with mental health and how to address these situations
  • Incorporating the wisdom of those with lived experience into the design of support initiatives
  • Potential factors in 2022 and 2023 that will impact mental health at work
  • The pros and cons of using comprehensive and specifically designed initiatives in comparison to more bespoke and targeted initiatives
  • What does the future of mental health at work look like?

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Dylys Bertelsen OAM
Chief Executive Officer
Dr Erica Crome
Project Director, National Workplace Initiative, National Mental Health Commission
John Brady
Chief Executive Officer, MATES in Construction
Steve Eltis
Director People & Culture, Wesley Mission Queensland
More info

Webinar: Microsoft Teams

Date and Time

Thursday 10th March, 2022 @ 12:15PM


Business leaders and managers

Cost Details

No Charge