As we ease out of lockdown, employers and employees need to be aware of the psychological advantages and disadvantages that come with another transition. For some, returning to the workplace will serve to bolster and protect mental health, for others, it'll add further strain. Some will be reconnected with a sense of purpose, others will feel lost and disconnected.In this handbook we explore 6 steps in ensuring a mentally healthy transition and why it's important to take a whole-person, whole organisation approach to mental health.
What does a proactive and preventative approach to mental wellbeing look like? We'll introduce nine factors which influence an employee getting the right care, at the right time, and how you can build a strategy that engages and inspires your entire workforce.
Creating healthy habits that last: your five-step blueprint
Habits make up around 40% of our daily actions – and they're an important tool in helping us thrive mentally and physically. In this guide developed in partnership with behaviour change specialist Dr Heather McKee, we outline the psychology of how we form habits, and give you the five-step blueprint to make small changes in your own life that add up to big results.
How to measure the effectiveness of your mental health strategy.
Wellbeing programmes should be employee-first, but the most effective ones have the buy-in of your entire organisation, including senior leadership teams and line managers. This means optimising your approach, measuring the results and demonstrating their returns. This handbook provides practical guidance on how to steer an effective mental health strategy, outlining the five steps to maximising VOI and ROI.