Mike works with companies to develop a mentally safe and strong workplaces. Imagine if you took mental health safety as seriously as an oil rig takes physical safety?. This then allows employees to develop mental strength in an environment that does not retard their mental resilience.
This is done essentially in two phases.
A mental health work place audit - typically this includes a look at ways to improve work practices.
E.g limiting after dark work texts, catastrophe language, over meeting, false deadlines and unnecessary email. All of these activities impact upon productivity and mental health.
Then sitting down with the employer to examine which employees require mental resilience training to develop the potential of their people.
The net result of this two phase is healthier workplace, greater trust with the employer and stronger employees.