Building Resilience: Learn from Current and Former Military and Emergency Services Personnel
Your people are your greatest resource. As surprising as it may seem, nearly one in five Australians will grapple with poor mental health in the next twelve months (as reported by Beyond Blue).
Work is an integral part of everyone's lives, and as an employer, investing in mental health training isn't just a legal obligation; it's an investment in your people and your business. Employees aren't required to disclose their mental health status, and outdated attitudes, stigmas or lack of education can stop them from confiding in their manager.
By fostering a positive approach to mental health, you will normalise conversations in the workplace that may make a profound difference in your people’s lives and, by extension, the health of your organisation.
Lead by example. Be the change your employees and community need.
It’s possible to manage depression, anxiety, and other mental health challenges with the right resources and support.
By taking a proactive stance, you have the opportunity to become leaders in your industry, empower your people with a deeper understanding of their mental health and cultivate empathy for the struggles of others.
Through education, your workplace can play a pivotal role in improving the lives of your people and helping keep them healthy.
Continuing our partnership beyond the workshops, Frontline Mental Health works closely with your organisation to develop ongoing programs that promote mental health awareness. Our programs feature regular check-ins, personal and professional development and crisis management support. With us, you can count on ongoing support.