Building a Mentally Resilient Workforce
The impact of the coronavirus has changed how we do things and as we gear for a ‘new normality‘, building a mentally healthier workforce for the future is increasingly important. So how prepared are you to face the impact and anxiety on yourself & of your team? How is your team coping working at home with limited interaction with colleagues and how are they feeling about job security?
This webinar is very different to what we do, but very relevant now, as we explore how we can all deal with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19 and the challenges of keeping each of our workforces mentally resilient.
To find out more, click on the video below and let our speaker Russell Mott of ATAS UK guide you with some useful information and hints & tips
What you will learn from the webinar
- Getting back to work safely
- Instilling confidence
- Dealing with phobias
- Understanding the five pillars of resilience
- Working from home or in isolation
- You and your teams wellbeing
- Dealing with mental health issues as we get back to work
- Signposting to resources
- Dealing with public transport and logistics
- Fears & Phobias
About the presenter – Russell Mott
ATAS UK proprietor Russell Mott is part of the Building Mental Health (BMH) in Construction and has signed the Charter to commit and deliver effective Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to the construction and specialist sectors, with core focus on assisting Trade Associations and their members. A MHFA England Instructor Member with a degree level in Leadership & Management in the Armed Forces Reserves environment, Russell has also gained the knowledge of cognitive behaviour, body language and micro expressions that complements his understanding of mental health and wellbeing.
With a diverse health & safety background Russell has spent the latter years working closely with trade bodies promoting technical excellence and managing compliance in health and safety legislation and international standards.
Mental health first aid training
Mental health is an extremely topical matter and as we gradually go back to the office, and from furlough, we have been working hard over the last 12 months to help support mental health awareness, to guide you on trigger signals and how you can help your colleagues and staff.
For those of you looking to find our more, the Property Care Association is in the process of organising some online training courses for Mental Health over the next couple of months. To find out more, click on the button below to find out about the course or use the ‘contact us’ button below to speak to one of our training team members
To find out when our next live webinar is going to be and to view any previous webinars, click to visit the PCA Professional Development Webinars page using the button below
Enquire about becoming a PCA member
Are you a professional interested in growing your business and benefitting from the advantages of becoming a PCA member? If so, find out how we can provide support and assistance for you by getting in touch on 01480 400 000 or using the contact form below.
Other related Information
As the Trade Association for the industry, the Property Care Association offers a variety of webinars, tools and training courses to help you with your professional development. Take a look at some of the options below.