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Recognizing Depression In Your Team During COVID-19 For Better Mental Health and Well-Being
2 March 2021 |1:00 pm - 2:00 pm GMT150
With the Coronavirus (COVID-19), you are probably seeing employees who may be experiencing signs of the blues and depression. Research shows that it is normal to feel the blues during this crisis, but when that low mood and energy begins to take control and keep your employees from performing their normal activities, it becomes a serious issue. Successful leaders recognize the depression indicators and look for ways to protect the psychological health of their employees, while those leaders who ignore these psychological health needs, will struggle to be productive, service their customers, and be competitive.
Why Should You Attend
With just over one in ten adults experiencing Depression, at some point in their life, we are seeing that this crisis is making it even more difficult for many of our employees to effectively carry on. For those that are coping with the blues and Depression, you will see their productivity decrease and they will fail to positively engage in their job, which can in return make them even more depressed.
Successful leaders are able to recognize when the normal blues due to uncertainty and crisis, has escalated into a potential mental health issue.
Discover the subtleties around mood, blues, and Depression and learn how to utilize the A-L-E-C model for providing needed support and understanding.
Objectives of the Presentation
» Increase your knowledge of the signs and symptoms of the blues and Depression in order to recognize the early warning signs of someone that may be at risk
» Improve comfort in addressing depression issues in the workplace using a Supportive Conversations Action Plan in order to effectively encourage support and help
» Validate and direct those experiencing Depression to helpful resources in order to minimize the negative impact that this illness can have on the individual, their family, and their livelihood.
Areas Covered in the Session
» There is a mental health continuum that we all move along, and it is dynamic as we experience stress, challenge, and crisis.
» It is normal to feel sadness and the blues during crisis, but when that low mood or energy begins to take control and prevent performing normal activities, it becomes a serious mental health issue.
» Successful leaders recognize the depression indicators and look for ways to protect the psychological health of their employees, while those leaders who ignore these psychological health needs, will struggle to be productive, service their customers, and be competitive.
Who Will Benefit
» Human Resources Professionals
» Health and Safety Reps
» Union Reps
» Supervisors, Manager, Directors (Team Leads)
» Executive Directors Not-For-Profit
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