Register now to talk about best practice mental health at work

Apr 26, 2017

Are you working on improving your organisation’s mental health for the better? Wondering if other organisations share some of the same challenges your organisation may be facing? This upcoming conference on mental health in the workplace is a great way to connect with others also working on implementing workplace change.

The fifth Mental Health in the Australian Workplace Conference and Masterclass, running in Melbourne this June, is a national forum for discussion about best practice mental health practices at work.

The conference is a great opportunity to connect with other professionals working on implementing workplace change, hear from mental health experts, and listen to stories from people with lived experience of mental health issues.

Set to run from Thursday 1 - Friday 2 June 2017, the event will see participants from a wide range of industries coming together to discuss workplace-related mental health issues and learn practical strategies to implement workplace change.

And, as a special offer, the event organisers would like to offer a subsidised fee for Heads Up registered users and Beyond Blue-related attendees.

Simply use the discount code MHCBBB to register for the event at the special rate of $895 (standard fee $1495).

This offer expires on Friday 19 May 2017.

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As a participant in the conference, you’ll hear from industry leaders about practical strategies to implement workplace change, and you’ll have the chance to increase your own skills and knowledge.

You’ll also hear from industry leaders, including Beyond Blue CEO Georgie Harman and Head of Workplace Engagement Tim Moran.

This year’s conference will see the addition of three masterclasses designed to increase your skills and knowledge about mental health issues in the workplace.

Heads Up is a supporter of the conference, and will be offering practical advice and guidance in implementing workplace wellbeing strategies, as well as encouraging participants to register on the Heads Up website and create an action plan.

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