Back at work – as a manager or employee representative, what should you be aware of when it comes to mental health?


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It has been a challenging year, and mental health is under pressure. The COVID-19 period has drained many of us of our energy, and the number of people struggling to thrive or suffering mentally is on the rise. This has an impact on the company, managers and staff. 

Fortunately, we are gradually beginning to reopen society. But that does not mean that the stress and struggle to thrive people have experienced in relation to COVID-19 will disappear overnight. Therefore, prevention of mental issues and the handling of mental health in general should be a top priority as staff starts to returto work. Positive management of ‘pandemic stress’ will safeguard both the business and the well-being of your people.

Your role as manager or employee representative is vital

This webinar will provide you with an insight into how prolonged lockdown and isolation might affect us. We will also look at how you, in your role, can kindle learning and development, which you and your team can apply to everyday situations. For example, you will learn how to:

• Spot risk factors in the work environment, where many people’s energy is being challenged

• Detect common reactions to pandemic stress 

• Prevent and manage delayed mental challenges for both yourself and your staff

• Help improve the protective factors in the work environment 

• Kindle new learning based on healthy relationships and psychological peace of mind


You will have the opportunity to ask questions about how best to prepare for a new normal at work. 

The webinar is held online, and you can participate via computer, tablet or mobile phone.

Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen, CEO of Mindwork and psychologist

CEO of Mindwork and approved psychologist (cand.psych.), Mindwork Psykologisk Center ApS

Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen is a certified specialist approved psychologist, the CEO of Mindwork and a Health and Safety Consultant authorised by the Danish Working Environment Authority. She is also the co-author of the best-selling book Hjernen på overarbejde – derfor er compassion vores vej til et bæredygtigt liv og samfund (The Overworked Brain. Why Compassion is our way to Sustainable Life and Society) (2018) and Kort og Godt om Compassion (Compassion in Short) (2019).

Vibeke is much in demand as both leadership coach and Keynote Speaker and she often is participating in international research and development work. Focussing on mental sustainability her work involves leadership development and employee development in both public and private organisations.
Compassion-based approaches have been at the heart of Mindwork’s work with individuals, groups and organisations since 2014.

Jesper Steensen, Director, PFA Erhverv

Director, PFA Erhverv