Do you recognise burnout in your team members? For teamleaders, managers and HR decision-makers, recognising the signs of burnout (and knowing what you can and are allowed to do) is important for providing early, preventative support.
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Are managers and leaders in your organisation aware of how people are doing in their teams? Do they feel that there is a good level of work engagement, a well-functioning work community, and a good work environment?
They are key to maintaining good workability. What if this is not the case, and instead a manager notices or suspects that a member of their team is not feeling well? How should they act as a manager? What are they allowed to do?
This helpful guide provides managers:
- ways to identify an employee in need of support,
- information about the early support model, and
- an actionable evaluation tool to help gauge the mental health of their team members.
A little about Auntie
Auntie offers preventive mental wellbeing services that, for example, help employees find new perspectives and solutions to situations that cause stress or weaken motivation before they become overwhelming.
Employees can book confidential one-to-one sessions with a qualified mental wellbeing professional. They also get easy access to a wide range of online mental wellbeing exercises and other related materials.
Auntie mental wellbeing professionals are e.g., psychologists, psychotherapists and brief therapists.