Guides, Tools and Other Beastly Resources
Guides, Tools & Other Beastly Resources
Here are some free tools and guides to help you develop comprehensive and sustained strategies for suicide prevention, mental health promotion and resilience!
FREE GUIDE: How to Move from Awareness to Action -- 23 Characteristics that Make Trainings Great
Developing a comprehensive and sustained suicide prevention/mental health promotion training strategy can be intimidating. This free guide helps distill a decade of things I've learned about how to make training stick and move communities from awareness to action. Many great training models have most of these characteristics, but few have all. This guide helps you navigate where to begin and how to best think through the decisions you make to receive the biggest impact from your training investment.
This mental health gap analysis tool can help you prioritize your workplace wellness strategy.
FREE TOOL: How Mentally Fit is Your Workplace?
When developing a comprehensive "upstream, midstream and downstream" resilience strategy for workplace wellness, it can be difficult to know where to begin. This tool gives employers a chance to self-assess -- How Mentally Fit is Your Workplace?
A Partnership between Sally Spencer-Thomas LLC and WorkSmart Partners
FREE CONSULTATION: Resilience at Work
Mental well-being is essential to employee well-being, and the long-term health of organizations is connected to the long-term well-being of its employees. Yet studies show that legal and human capital programs often get in the way.
Resilience at Work can help your employees, and your organization, to thrive. We boost employee resilience, emotional wellness, and engagement with mental well-being programs.
We help legal and human resources activate the right programs and practices to ensure a mentally fit workplace. We prepare leaders and managers to champion a supportive workplace. We teach employees how to achieve optimal mental well-being. And, we help organizations measure success and ensure sustainability.