Looking after your mental health, and that of your team, is one of the most important considerations for anyone working from home.
This guide gives best practice tips from two experts in the mental wellbeing field: Dr Roxane L. Gervais, Occupational Psychologist and Organisational Psychologist, Practical Psychology Consultancy and Eileen Donnelly, Business and Wellbeing Lead, What Works Centre for Wellbeing.
Everyone can recognise when they are struggling, what really matters is what that person will do about it.
How can managers best support their team?
Line managers have a responsibility to support their teams’ mental health and wellbeing – in addition to their own. You, as a manager, should already know from experience how much sway you have on your team – you can directly impact how they feel about their work.
When considering your management style and how it may be adapted to the current circumstances, it’s useful to understand your current strengths, as well as areas that you might want to improve.
Why should you download this guide?
Best practice advice from top industry experts
Guidance on how best to look after your own mental wellbeing
Tips on supporting your team
Ensure you and your team are performing at your best