In the first of our ‘Spotlight’ Series, we look at inclusion in the workplace and, in this particular example, how ‘workplace adjustments’ can help people with autism – and their colleagues – have a mutual understanding of each other’s needs.
Anita Douglas offers advice on how managers can truly understand and support those members of their team who may be suffering from mental health issues – and what signs to look out for in the first place.
Engaged and motivated employees tend to show a greater willingness to tackle change and challenges. So what steps can a busy leader take to keep their staff full of energy and reduce their stress and fatigue?
Learn some of the attributes that contribute towards resilience in the workplace and explore how to start building a psychological ‘hard hat’.
Director Anita Douglas explains why the strains and stresses of the modern workplace are leading to a much greater need for resilience amongst the workforce.
Teaching leaders how to spot the difference between a healthy level of stress and one that could damage an individual’s mental health is a key part of minimising the impact of stress in the workplace.
There is no avoiding difficult conversations in the workplace – but dealing with them in the correct manner can create a better outcome for all parties.