The course is aimed at
supervisors and managers
course uses good practice examples to improve the skills needed by managers to
promote mental wellbeing and manage stress at work. It introduces Brooke’s policy and approach
for the management of stress at work and practical tools from a range of sources
to promote effective management practices and mentally healthy workplace.
Oxford Brookes University is committed to achieving a positive and supportive working environment which protects and promotes the health and wellbeing of its employees, and enhances the staff experience. It recognises that excessive or prolonged pressure can have a negative impact on individuals and the organisation; and that this can be mitigated through appropriate action on the part of individuals and their managers.
Line managers play an important role in supporting employees to do their job effectively. Part of that role is exercising the employers’ duty of care to staff and working with colleagues to manage mental health and work-related stress.
Christie Rainbird, Senior Occupational Health NurseOxford Brookes University