Learn how to manage mental health in collaboration with Mental Health at Work: your people and mental health
This webinar outlines leaders' and managers' duty of care for mental health; how to notice changes, have conversations about mental health and signpost support.
Managing Director, Mental Health at Work
Alison Pay is managing director of Mental Health at Work, a community interest company that provides advice, training and consultancy to improve mental health in the workplace through education, skills development and cultural change.
Dr Arwen Wilcock is the Research Manager at The Institute of Leadership & Management.
They are an experienced researcher, manager, trainer, teacher and facilitator with a passion for learning. Arwen is fascinated by the boundary between evidence, experience and intuition and is motivated by transitioning research into practice, through applying findings to their own work and helping others recognise where and how they can do the same.
Arwen recently achieved an MBA, has a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology and post graduate qualifications in education. They have built their experience working across a range of sectors during their varied career as a lab-based research scientist, secondary school science teacher and through leading a range of complex research and clinical innovation projects and programmes of work delivering change in the health and social care sector.
Raksha Rathod has an extensive background in L& D and HR, gained whilst working for many organisations including Selfridges and Audible. Raksha brings this experience and perspective as Learning & Development Manager at Mental Health at Work. Raksha is also part of the team that delivers and facilitates their training activities.