Effective Strategy for Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing - Vista
Effective Strategy for Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing

Effective Strategy for Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing

A face to face workshop to help HR or senior leadership teams understand how to build an effective positive health and wellbeing strategy using your data to improve organisational performance.

Learning Objectives

By attending this workshop, delegates will be able to:

  • Raise awareness and understanding of the major impact of positive mental health and wellbeing on your organisation.
  • Understand how to build an effective positive health and wellbeing strategy to make improvements to your organisation’s leading data and improve organisational performance.
  • Learn how to plan and implement primary, secondary and tertiary interventions as an integral part of your strategy and monitor and review for effectiveness.
Course Overview

We build all our training programmes bespoke, so it’s down to where you want the emphasis of your workshop to be. Here is an example of what a typical course could look like, but please get in touch to tailor this for your business.

Intoductions and welcomeTrainer introduction to the key learning outcomes.

Do you understand and know the reasons behind:
Sickness absence rates

High rate of formal ER cases

Suspiciously low numbers of Performance Management cases?

High churn of new starters during the first 3 months?

Are you able to articulate the impact on organisational performance?

Do you then have a handle about what to do about it?
What do we mean by positive mental health?

What do we mean by wellbeing?
Helping delegates to understand the concepts of mental health and wellbeing, the critical difference between them, and in how we self-manage and manage both.
From engagement to burnout

The spectrum from engagement to burnout – how does this impact on our behaviours?
Exploring how we all travel on a spectrum from engagement to burnout and the impact this has on our behaviours – and how this makes significant impact on employee relations and leadership behaviours.
Mind the gap: the need to focus on both organisational resources and personal resourcesDiscovering that it just won’t be enough to just provide EAP and OH and great management skills.
Key drivers behind investing in positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplaceThe business case – how this impacts the bottom line, achieving our KPI’s and productivity.
What is the culture like in your organisation?Does your organisation enjoy a learning culture that boosts innovation, a sense of belonging and daring to fail?

Or does your organisation hang onto a culture of finger pointing, fear of failure and the hope that telling people to get a grip will all work out in the end?

Exploring the difference in impact of the two approaches.
Wellbeing Organisational FrameworkHow society, government, legal and business factors impact on your strategic framework and act as key drivers to invest in your people, your resources, and your culture
Tools to consider:

We explore two major pieces of work in this area.

HSE - mandatory H&S guidelines on stress

NHS – evidenced tools, frameworks and know how
Your data – what’s the story?We will adapt this section according to where your organisation fits on this journey, and unique workplace conditions.

We can work on your own data in this session OR use a Case Study of generic material.

Some examples to focus on, if relevant or useful to you:

- Nightwork
- Men’s mental health
- Menopause
- Stress
- Hybrid working
Creating a strategyUsing a toll provided, under guidance from our trainer, each delegate draws up a skeleton Health and Wellbeing Strategy with key “need to find out more” lines of enquiry.
3 key messages from todayWe remind ourselves of the 3 learning outcomes and 3 key points under each.

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