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Managing Workplace Mental Health (Perth)
Beverley Honig
Honeylight Enterprises / Uniper Care Pty Ltd
Beverley Honig, Honeylight Enterprises / Uniper Care Pty Ltd
  • Prestigious Award-Winner of 100 Women of Influence Awards for 2015 by The Australian Financial Review and Westpac, and inducted to 2016 Businesswoman Hall of Fame
  • Director of Uniper Care Pty Ltd, an innovative tech platform to manage mental health amongst isolated and lonely people challenged with mental and physical health issues
  • Over 20 years of training experience in Australia and delivered more than 200,000 training courses globally
  • Author of best-selling books, including ‘Making Contracts Work’, which has been globally adopted by business leaders and used in university curriculums

Beverley Honig is the CEO of Honeylight Enterprises Pty Ltd and well known in industry and government as a business guru.

She has been named as one of the top 10 entrepreneurs in Australia, one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence, and was listed in the Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame. She is an international lawyer and global consultant, with very strong connections in Government and business. In 2017, her business was named winner of Westpac Bank’s 200 Businesses of Tomorrow, and following this she was named one of the 9 Australian businesswomen dominating 2017.

With a background as an international lawyer, she is a Senior Fellow at Monash University and a lecturer into MBS’s Master of Data Analytics Program and an Honorary Fellow of Melbourne University, and convener at QUTs bespoke school in Canberra for the Department of Defence. Beverley is a renowned international public speaker, and has delivered over 200,000 professional training courses globally.
 
As a much sought after presenter and facilitator, she brings a wealth of global commercial experience in the areas of supply chain management, contracts, projects and sourcing and mental health in the workplace. She brings tacit knowledge and experience in managing mental health as Director of Uniper Care Pty Ltd, an innovative tech platform to manage Mental Health amongst isolated and lonely people challenged with mental and physical health issues. Beverley has designed and delivered other similar courses for industry specific health, including Managing Nurses stress and wellbeing. She has led reviews and structured management programs in the public and private sector across many industries. In particular, she is a trusted adviser, as she brings both her legal and business skills together to make workplaces work. 

Beverley had many years of general management experience in public companies such as Coles Myer, with responsibilities for asset portfolios worth $1.5 billion. She is also the published author of several textbooks, including the authoritative bestseller business book “Making Contracts Work”, and the co-author of the textbook “Project management: A Managerial Process” (McGraw Hill).

Beverley is a Presiding Judge, Essential Services Commission Appeals, and has held many board directorships including Board Director Melbourne Markets, Centre for Adult Education, and Australia Chamber of Commerce.

Beverley was nominated International Businesswomen of the Year and is the recipient of several business awards presented by the Prime Minister, in recognition of outstanding contribution to international trade links. Beverley is listed in the Who’s Who of Business.

Program Summary

This interactive and dynamic session will provide you with the key insights of the balance between employees’ wellbeing & mental health and keeping the business operational. Led by Ms. Beverley Honig, Director of Uniper Care Pty Ltd, an innovative tech platform in managing mental health and wellbeing, she will enlighten you with the key factors, common signs and impact of workplace mental health issues on the workplace setting.

By thoroughly understanding the holistic cycle of the how’s and why’s of workplace mental health, you will have a stronger foundation to develop a mental health resilience and resilience maintenance plan that would support your employees to take charge of their own mental wellbeing. You will also learn how to develop key strategies to raise awareness on mental health issues in your workplace and dive deep on the risk and protective factors.

Beverley will also help you to create a mentally healthy workplace from a management perspective by reducing stigma of mental health in organization as well as create an effective tool for improving mental health literacy through mentor training. In addition, you will also be able to manage crises with the organization and effectively manage return to work situation for your employees who suffer from mental health issue.

At the end of the course, you will be able to design an effective and supportive mental health and wellbeing action plan in your organization that will help you manage mental health claims and create support services and resources. You will also be enlightened on how to evaluate your workplace stress level in order to determine the stress factors and mitigate it through Beverley’s key tips and techniques.



Programs, dates and locations are subject to change. In accordance with Clariden Global policy, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or disability in admission to our programs.

Introduction

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year and the World Health Organization predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. Workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimize potential challenges and cost. Organizations that empower workers to take responsibility and accountability for their own health and wellbeing significantly increase productivity, enhance workplace culture, and minimize the risk of workplace injuries and the associated costs.

Led by Ms. Beverley Honig, Director of Uniper Care Pty Ltd, an innovative tech platform in managing mental health and wellbeing, she will provide you with the key insights of the balance between employees’ wellbeing & mental health and keeping the business operational. You will gain insights in identifying key factors, common signs and impact of workplace mental health issues on the workplace setting.

By thoroughly understanding the holistic cycle of the how’s and why’s of workplace mental health, you will have a stronger foundation to develop a mental health resilience and resilience maintenance plan that would support your employees to take charge of their own mental wellbeing. You will also learn how to develop key strategies to raise awareness on mental health issues in your workplace and dive deep on the risk and protective factors.

Beverley will also help you to create a mentally healthy workplace from a management perspective by reducing stigma of mental health in organization as well as create an effective tool for improving mental health literacy through mentor training. In addition, you will also be able to manage crises with the organization and effectively manage return to work situation for your employees who suffer from mental health issue.

At the end of the course, you will be able to design an effective and supportive mental health and wellbeing action plan in your organization that will help you manage mental health claims and create support services and resources. You will also be enlightened on how to evaluate your workplace stress level in order to determine the stress factors and mitigate it through Beverley’s key tips and techniques.

What You Can Expect

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize common indicator alerts and contributing factors to mental health issues and key solutions to support employees’ needs
  • Establish a proactive duty of care to employees’ wellbeing and create an effective and productive workplace
  • Discover tools and evaluation in implementing mental health program planning
  • Develop effective mental health resilience and resilience maintenance plan to create a healthy wellbeing organization
  • Managing crises and critical procedure in managing return to work situations for workers with mental health issues
  • Assess your workplace stress factors and design key action plans in mitigating it

Who Will Benefit Most

This program is designed for, but not limited to, middle to senior level professionals who is responsible for developing techniques and strategies in managing workplace stress, as well as heads of departments and business heads who seek to enhance team performance and their leadership skills. HR Practitioners who look into the function of people, employee wellness/healthcare, corporate culture, corporate wellness, Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), employee benefits, diversity and inclusion as well as Health & Safety professionals who want to improve their personal and workplace productivity would be suitable to attend this course. This course is also suitable for consultants, wellness coaches and corporate trainers who are keen to expand their knowledge in managing workplace mental health and wellbeing.

Program Outline

Day 1


Morning Session: Overview

  • What is mental health
  • How healthy attitudes can be promoted at work
  • Types of mental illness - indicator alert, contributing factors
  • Relationship between workplace and mental health
  • Common signs and symptoms
  • Impact of mental health conditions on the workplace
  • Rising awareness of mental health in the workplace
  • Understanding stress and its impact on the workplace


Afternoon Session: Strategic

  • Developing mental health resilience - resilience maintenance plan
  • Workplace Mental Health Toolkit
  • Duty of care under Occupational Health and Safety Act & WHS Act
  • Develop strategies to raise awareness about mental health issues
  • Work related risk factors
  • Work related protective factors
  • Early intervention strategies
  • Developing a Workplace Mental Health Policy

 

Day 2


Morning Session: Management

  • Creating a mentally healthy workplace
  • Reducing stigma of mental health in workplace
  • Mentor training is emerging as an effective tool for improving mental health literacy
  • Improving management of  issues related to workplace mental health
  • Managing crises within the organization
  • Get -back -to -work plans for employees who suffer from mental health
  • Risk management
  • Performance management procedures


Afternoon Session: Action Planning Mental Health/Wellbeing At Work

  • Managing mental health claims
  • Support services and resources
  • Stress evaluation in the workplace
  • Assessment & mitigation of workplace stress factors:  environmental, psychological, work-related accidents, job stress evaluation methods
  • Action plan for resilience
  • Tool tips and techniques

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Venue: Pan Pacific Perth
Date: 9 - 10 December 2019
Faculty: Beverley Honig
Early Bird 1: AU$2,195 (by 7 October 2019)
Early Bird 2: AU$2,395 (by 4 November 2019)
Regular Fee: AU$2,595
Group Discount: 2nd participant get 10%, or register 3 participants and 4th participant get a complimentary seat
(1 discount scheme applies)
Contact: [email protected]
 
 
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