As a leader, investing in your own growth is crucial to drive your team’s success. But where do you find the tools and resources to do so? Discover resources at the leadership level that can help you grow as a leader. Learn how to implement mental health policies in the workplace, participate in mental health leadership trainings, model self-care behaviors, and promote work-life balance. Find guidance on how to create a supportive and empowering environment for your staff and volunteers. Check out our resources to take your leadership skills to the next level!”

Wellbeing Essentials

Source: IFRC

Type: online curriculum

Time: 1-5 minutes

Description: This curriculum includes 10 courses on wellbeing in the workplace. You can go through it and choose the one that fits best for you!

Ten Steps to Compassionate Leadership

Source: NHS (National Health System, UK)

Type: Poster

Time:  1-5 minutes

Description: 10 tips on how to practice good leadership. This poster can be displayed anywhere to show your staff what leader you want to be to them.

Free course on implementing the ISO psychological health and safety

Source: ISO

Type: Online Courses

Time: >15

Description: Psychological health and safety at work is an internationally recognized standard for psychological injury prevention. This foundation course will teach you everything you need to know about the standard including practical implementation.

Psychological health and safety in the workplace

Source: National Standards of Canada

Type: Standard/legislation

Time: >15

Description: This resource is a Canadian Standard that specifies requirements for a documented and systematic approach to develop and sustain a psychologically healthy and safe workplace (long read ca60 pages)

WHO Guidelines on mental health at work

Source: World Health Organization

Type: Guidelines

Time: >15 minutes

Description: The WHO guidelines provide evidence-based recommendations to promote mental health, prevent mental health conditions, and enable people living with mental health conditions to participate and thrive at work.

Caring for Volunteers: A Psychosocial Support Toolkit.

Source: IFRC Psychosocial Centre

Type: Toolkit

Time: >15 minutes

Description: The Toolkit is designed to adequately show the responsibilities and risks volunteers may face and make best use of a National Society’s capacities and resources.

Assess and address psychological health and safety in your workplace

Source: Guarding Minds at Work

Type: Assessment/toolkit

Time: >15

Description: Guarding Minds at Work is a resource that can be used to help you assess and address psychological health and safety in your workplace.

Are your employees stressed? How to recognize the signs

Source: British Red Cross

Type: Quiz

Time: 1-5 minutes

Description: A quiz for managers to understand how stressed employees are and how to recognize the signs of stress. Quiz is divided into 2 sections.