Event Description

Mental Health Works: Complex Issues, Clear Solutions Workshop

Oct. 03, 2012

8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

QNET Member Rate:  $339 + GST
Non-Member Rate:    $399 + GST

Location: QNET - Suite 660, 175 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg

This award winning workshop will enable managers to more effectively:

* Discuss sensitive or contentious issues with employees
* Create accommodation strategies that work                                               
* Resolve conflicts more effectively
* Separate performance issues from mental health issues                           
* Avoid discrimination and human rights violations
Managers will learn and apply effective techniques through open group discussions and exercises. Video clips illustrate the challenges faced by managers and provide common discussion points. The Mental Health Works Participant’s Guide will be given to managers as a complement to the course. This invaluable reference tool will allow managers to identify challenges, clarify procedures and develop accommodations that work.
Mental Health Works training clients have experienced the following benefits: reduced absenteeism rates, shortened disability times and successful return-to-work, along with managers who are much more comfortable managing emotionally distraught employees. Discussions and exercises allow participants to reflect on specific workplace situations and develop appropriate and clear solutions. Participants also value the interaction with the group and the opportunity to learn from one another in the workshop setting.

Maureen Grace is a nurse with experience in Intensive Care, Cardiac Rehab, and Workplace Wellness. Her last position  was Occupational Health Specialist with the Manitoba Federation of Labour Occupational Health Centre where she worked with Health & Safety committees to improve and maintain the safety in Manitoba workplaces. She is trained as a Mental Health Works trainer with the Canadian Mental Health Association and delivers sessions to managers, unions, Health and Safety Committees, Human Resources and occupational Health Nurses. She works with Manitoba Blue Cross developing and delivering wellness presentations to their clients and has co-authored a book “ Stress Management with an Attitude” focusing on personal and workplace stress.
This workshop is: 

Presented in partnership with:

  • Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba Division 
  • Industry Workforce Development, Manitoba Entrepreneurship, Training & Trade


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