Don't miss the free webinar series by beyondblue and Heads Up on workplace mental health using evidence-based research and current best practise trends.

Upcoming webinars

Details on any upcoming webinars and how to register will be added here when the dates have been confirmed.

Previous webinars


Developing a plan and taking action on workplace mental health

When considering the mental health of your workplace, it is important that an organisation takes an approach that suits its specific needs and priorities.

In developing your plan, evidence shows that taking an integrated approach leads to the greater benefits. In this context, an ‘integrated approach’ is about everyone in the workplace. It focusses on three components:

  • promoting the positives of work and wellbeing
  • protecting the mental health of all staff, and
  • supporting staff with mental health conditions.

Linking to the integrated approach, Mark Leopold from the Workplace Engagement team at beyondblue provides practical guidance to assist in identifying, prioritising and implementing actions that you can undertake in your workplace.

Rewatch the webinar below.

Mark Leopold

Better mental health at work – why it matters?

Healthy workplaces promote mental health and wellbeing. They are positive and productive and get the best out of everyone in the workplace. Businesses that care about good mental health and wellbeing attract and keep top talent because they’re great places to work. The facts are clear – as well as benefiting employees, a mentally healthy workplace is also better for your bottom line.

Pippa Rose, Workplace Implementation Manager for beyondblue, discusses the importance of mentally healthy workplaces, the business case for taking action and examples of free resources available through the Heads Up website. 

Rewatch the webinar below.


Pippa Rose



Developing a mental health strategy for your workplace.

Developing strategies for a healthy workplace provides a framework for your workplace to promote mental wellbeing, minimise workplace risks to mental health, support people experiencing mental health issues and reduce stigma associated with mental health conditions. Every workplace is unique, so your approach needs to be tailored to fit your workplace.

Rachel Komen, Workplace Project Manager for beyondblue, outlines the steps involved in developing a workplace mental health strategy, including the critical success factors that will assist in developing a successful strategy, and discuss how the Heads Up website can help.

Rewatch the webinar below.

Rachel Komen Profile shot



Other webinars

Emotionally challenging work – managing the risk webinar

Watch Worksafe Queensland's Emotionally challenging work – managing the risk webinar about building and maintaining mentally healthy workplaces, which promote and support positive mental health and minimise the risk of psychological injury, featuring beyondblue’s Police & emergency Services Engagement Manager, Rob Heaslip.

Workplace bullying and mental health

Watch Worksafe Queensland’s Workplace bullying and mental health webinar, in which beyondblue’s Workplace Engagement Manager, Michael O’Hanlon, introduces the topic of workplace bullying and the barriers workers are faced with when returning to work.

Workplace violence and mental health

Watch Worksafe Queensland’s Workplace violence and mental health webinar, in which beyondblue’s Workplace Engagement Manager, Michael O’Hanlon, introduces the topic of workplace violence and the effects it has in the workplace and for workers returning to work.

Reasonable Adjustments & Mental Health Conditions

With one in five workers likely to experience a mental health condition at any time (whether resulting from a workplace injury or not), it is important that businesses have a strategy to support these workers and help them return to work.

Watch Worksafe Queensland’s Reasonable Adjustments & Mental Health Conditions webinar, in which beyondblue’s Workplace Engagement Manager, Michael O’Hanlon delivers practical recommendations of reasonable adjustments that businesses can make to support a worker with a psychological injury.




Creating mentally healthy workplaces – for small businesses

Hear beyondblue’s Nick Arvanitis speak on what small businesses can do to create a mentally healthy workplace, as well as give tips on how small business owners can take care of their mental health and that of their staff's.

Download for free via the links below.



Mentally healthy workplaces – for rural and remote areas

Listen to the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (CRRMH) ‘Mentally Healthy Workplaces’ podcast (as part of the ‘Let’s Talk’ series), featuring beyondblue’s Nick Arvanitis:



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