Supporting your team's wellbeing in uncertain times

COVID-19, along with job uncertainty, is causing understandable concern and anxiety. The current crisis has presented businesses and leaders with new challenges in responding to employee wellbeing, from managing employees who are working from home to standing down staff.

In this 60 minute panel discussion, experts will take your questions and share evidence-informed strategies for supporting your team’s wellbeing, including:

Identifying the risks and impact to workplace mental health during COVID and times of uncertainty;

Practical strategies for managers and leaders to support staff and offset this impact;

The mental health considerations as the corona measures start to reduce and workplaces return to face to face operations.


Dr Kris Kafer, Clinical Psychologist, and Facilitator and Education Program Developer at the Black Dog Institute

Associate Professor Samuel Harvey, Senior Academic Psychiatrist, leads the Workplace Mental Health Research Program at the Black Dog Institute and University of New South Wales.

Marian Spencer, Head of Operations, People and Culture at the Black Dog Institute

Peter Ferreira, Director of ECue, and Workplace Mental Health Facilitator

Program overview:

Webinar Length | 60 minutes

Format | Zoom Webinar

Facilitators | Qualified clinician, researcher, lived experience presenter and/or professional

Cost | Free

Start date

Thursday, May 21 2020 at 2:00pm

End date

Thursday, May 21 2020 at 3:00pm