batyr have partnered with Dr. Tim Sharp – aka Dr Happy – a clinical psychologist who is at the forefront of the positive psychology movement and founder of The Happiness Institute to bring you: [email protected]
The [email protected] programs combine positive
psychology and personal connections to provide a
space for employees to safely explore and discuss the
topic of mental health in the workplace.
We aim to create a work culture that genuinely supports mental health and the bottom line.
Resilience – The [email protected] Resilience program engages your team in positive and productive workplace conversations about mental health. You’ll hear one of batyr’s speakers share their lived experience with
mental ill-health and debrief actionable takeaways. Your team will feel empowered to seek help when needed and support those around them in doing so.
Insights – The [email protected] Insights program dives deeper into a specific theme you’d like to explore relating to mental health and wellbeing through a Q&A panel format. We’ll assemble a tailored panel of experts
who will field your team’s questions through the facilitated session. Our most popular topic is around how parents and carers can support the young people in their lives.
Beyond the clear benefits to personal wellbeing, mentally healthy workplaces have:
- A more engaged workforce
- A reduction in absenteeism
- Easier talent acquisition
- Greater collaboration between staff with improved productivity.
By supporting the [email protected] program, not only will you be improving the mental health knowledge of your workforce, you will also contribute to the work batyr do in schools around the country, creating a better future for our youth.
Interested in getting batyr at your workplace?
1 in 5 Australian employees will take time off work due to feeling mentally unwell each year.
Craig Donaldson, Chief Content Officer of Inside HR
1 in 5
Australian employees will take time off work due to feeling mentally unwell each year
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