Understand how to recognise mental wellbeing in the workplace and how to cope when this, often invisible, illness presents itself.
All employers managers and leaders, including business owners and supervisors that are interested in supporting their people with mental illness in the workplace
Take away a greater understanding of what steps you can take as a leader, or business owner, to create a safe environment for people to discuss issues and help better manage mental wellbeing in the workplace, starting right back to how you recruit your staff.
In this course, you will learn:
Victoria Robertson Dunedin
With over 25 years’ experience in Leadership, Marketing, Business, HR & Recruitment, working within the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, Victoria has a wealth of skills, knowledge, and expertise to assist and support businesses today. Experience spread across international corporations through to independently owned businesses.
Whilst her knowledge extends across all aspects of HR and recruitment, Victoria also has considerable experience in direct leadership, people development, change management and strategic thinking.
With a Graduate Diploma in Human Resources, and a Degree in Business Management, majoring in business change & transformation and sales & marketing, Victoria has been responsible for the leadership of staff, employer branding, candidate attraction campaigns, people engagement, training and development, succession planning and the well-being of thousands of employees over her entire career, spanning across a wide network of industries. Currently undertaking a Graduate Diploma in Social Services majoring in Mental Health Support, Victoria is passionate about the overall well-being of people in the workplace.
In more recent years, Victoria was the co-Director of Human Connections Group, where she partnered with SME business in the Otago & Southland area, to support and assist in cultural development, staff attraction, engagement and retention, skills training and development, including psychometric evaluations, leadership growth and best practice.
|Dunedin||12 March 2021|
$ 370.00 + GST for members
$ 500.00 + GST for non-members
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