Focused on mental well-being
The i-act course for managers is aimed at supporting managers to improve workplace well-being and helping them to support employees who may experience mental health or well-being issues. This course comes with a 168-page evidence-based course manual, toolkit and resource pack. The course highlights what managers need to know about managing mental health in the workplace. In addition, the course comes with free access to all of the online i-act resources. Give managers a greater understanding of mental health and well-being issues and help them recognize when colleagues may need further help and support.
This two day workshop will benefit those hoping to improve employee-management relations and prevent common issues such as compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, high turnover and absenteeism. Learn how to: run effective team meetings, encourage healthy culture, implement agency wide strategies and recognize how individual experiences shape current relationships including those within the workplace.
Learn about the impact of early adverse experiences. How to use universal precautions to create a trauma informed organization. Embed this approach into your programs, policies, and procedures.
In any helping organization, Trauma Informed Skills are very important, not only to those you serve, but in how we interact with one another. Learn about the impacts of: compassion on early adversity, fatigue, vicarious trauma, and working within systems that are impacted by Trauma. Gain skills in how to: support yourself, and your team mates, how to mitigate harm, and more.
This training offers leaders deeper insights into supporting employees. Leaders often report that it is hard to have productive challenging conversations.
Participants will learn how to support employees, encourage growth and develop a shared understanding.
When employees feel comfortable having a voice, raising concerns and taking risks, great things happen.
Such as increased retention, productivity and creativity.
This training is rooted in relational theory, psychological safety, attachment and neuroscience.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY FOR THE WORK PLACE
When an organization is able to create high levels of psychological safety all members of the organization
feel comfortable to bring forward new ideas, take risks and raise concerns. Research demonstrates that this
contributes to higher levels of retention, initiative and innovation. LINK to the Psychological Safety Standard
PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY STANDARD (3hrs)
The National Psychological Safety Standard was first introduced in Canada in 2013. In this training you will be taken
through an overview of the 13 factors that the standard encompasses as they apply in the workplace
A DEEPER LOOK AT THE STANDARD (3hrs per factor)
Choose what factors you would like to take a deeper look at:
Organizational Culture | Workload Management | Recongition & Reward
Psychological & Social Support | Protection of Physcial Safety | Involvement & Reward
Clear Leadership & Expectations | Balance |Growth & Development
Civility & Respect | Psychological Demands | Engagement
SUPPORTING EMPLOYEES RETURNING TO WORK (3 hrs)
Short term and long term leaves are a large challenge in most organizations.
In this training you will learn how to effectively support employees returning to work.
STRENGTHENING RESILIENCE AND REDUCING STRESS (1-3 hrs)
Now more than ever we need to learn ways to reduce the impact stress has on our lives. Balancing competing demands in the workplace and also at home can be challenging. If active effort is taken to build resilience and reduce stress participants will see improvement in health and wellness. This training is rooted in neuroscience and evidenced-based practices.
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID (in person and online)
In this two day training you will learn how to respond and support someone who is experiencing Mental Health problems. You will also learn and gain resources about a variety of Mental Health.