Depression, anxiety and stress in the work place can all have a big impact on a company’s bottom line.
Depression, anxiety and stress in the work place can all have a big impact on a company’s bottom line. Research by Soma Analytics shows that firms in the FTSE 100 who addressed the issues of employee mental health and well being in their annual reports enjoyed up to three times more profit. Separate research indicates that clear communication that mental health issues are a valid reason for sick leave would make for a more inclusive workplace.
Our speakers will take a practical approach to improving the mental wellbeing of your staff, making for a happier and more productive workplace with less “churn”.
The session will cover:
- practical strategies to combat stress and depression
- training staff and colleagues
- privacy issues
- getting rid of the stigma around mental health
- getting away from a culture of silence
- rigid working hours.
Date : Monday 15 January 2018
Time : 12:30 - 13:30
SRA competence : A, A2*
Price : £45 + VAT (Discounted 20 per cent for Law Management Section members)
About the speakers
Julian Hall, managing director, Calm People
Julian has more than 20 years’ experience working in challenging corporate environments and dealing with change programmes, Julian has gained extensive experience in counselling, facilitation and training techniques. Julian has an MBA from Nottingham Business School, has trained with the British Association of Anger Management and is an experienced and qualified practitioner of established coaching tools such as Myers Briggs.
Mena Ruparel, solicitor
Mena is solicitor, family law arbitrator & managing director of Law CPD Solutions Ltd. She is also a member of the Family Section Advisory Group.