Home / Resources / Newsletter featured Mental Health in the Workplace Resources

Newsletter featured Mental Health in the Workplace Resources

In our first newsletter of 2017, we bring you 2 mental health in the workplace resources; a toolkit of materials and a report which, for the first time, brings together an analysis of the positive contribution people with lived experience of mental health problems make to the economy.

Take 10 Together Toolkit
This toolkit was originally developed by Mental Health First Aid England for World Mental Health Day 2016. It has been adapted to keep the conversation going and to provide a toolkit of ready to use materials to support mental wellbeing in workplaces, schools and communities.

Added Value: Mental Health as a Workplace Asset
A new report produced by the Mental Health Foundation and Unum has found that the value added by those with mental health problems in the workplace may be up to nine time the estimated costs which arise. The report’s aims were:

  • to understand the experiences of people working while experiencing distress
  • to explore the ways that managers and organisations respond to distress expressed by staff
  • to recommend whole-workplace strategies that support those who experience mental health problems and maximise the overall mental health of the workplace

Recent articles on our blog....

A row of well thumbed cream coloured paper folders

Workplace wellbeing resources – some helpful recent additions

May 16, 2024

Our latest collection of external resources to help workplace wellbeing includes guidance and recommendations relating to a range of topics – autism employment, ensuring EDI is for everyone, information sharing in mental health emergencies at work, menopause in the workplace and women at work.

Read More →
Group of people working around a desk beside a cork board with coloured notes

Why we should focus on minimising employee illbeing to aid workplace wellbeing

May 16, 2024

This post begins with some research which concludes that efforts to improve wellbeing at work are directed too narrowly. It then goes on to highlight some courses that can help employers looking to minimise employee illbeing in the workplace. They present opportunities to explore strategies that can enhance a culture of psychological safety and trust.

Read More →
A row of clear clips with yellow heads showing various emoticon faces clipped onto a cork board

Moving more at work for our mental health

May 15, 2024

In line with the theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we offer some simple suggestions for building movement into our working day.

Read More →



Our purpose is to provide training and consultancy services to enhance resilience, health and wellbeing in the workplace.


Differentiation is one of the most strategic and tactical activities in which companies most constantly engage


It's natural to have questions about training and how it fits with your organisation. Our FAQs can help you find out more.


View case studies for some of the in-house training courses we have delivered to different types of organisations across the UK.