Mental Health in Ag - 2 Part Virtual Workshop

Summary

This two-part e-workshop is a 'can't miss' for those that are looking to better understand mental health in the agricultural workplace. A topic that has taken the workplace by storm, even before COVID, but only amplified by the pandemic.

While many organizations are making great strides to address this topic, there is still so much work to be done. What’s the big picture when it comes to mental health in the agricultural workplace? Gain a clear understanding of the population with mental health challenges, types of mental health conditions as well as what this means for the agricultural workplace. Let’s open the dialog for ourselves, our employees, our peers, our organization and our industry.

PART 1: Mental Health Awareness & Providing Support
September 14, 2020
Time: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm (Eastern)

This first session will provide a comprehensive understanding of what is meant by mental health and how some of the most common challenges can impact and influence work. This section will feature examples and case studies specifically from the agriculture industry.

The second part of this first session will cover what support looks like. How you start a conversation with an employee, colleague or peer and where you go from there. The presenter will share practical mock conversations and how to execute on this key step.

Part 2: Supporting within Your Means & Taking Care of Yourself
September 15, 2020
Time: 10:30 am to 12:00 pm (Eastern)

Part two of this virtual workshop deals with you as an individual and making sure you understand how to help effectively, but also making sure that you set yourself up to be successful in doing so. This type of responsibility can take an emotional toll on those providing support and we want to be sure self care is at the forefront of participant's minds

Who Should Attend: 
This virtual workshop is a great step in investing in yourself, your operation or your organization. This workshop is a great learning opportunity for anyone concerned about their own personal mental health or those of their employees and/or colleagues.
 
AgCareers.com is recognized by SHRM and HRCI as a pre-approved provider.  We will be including the number of credits available from both organizations upon review.
 
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