The post-pandemic work landscape for mental health – 20th May 2021

DATE: 20th May 2021

TIME: 09:30 to 10:30

VENUE: Online Session



Everybody at some point during the pandemic found the situation stressful. Whether that be from balancing home working and family life, to feeling isolated and lonely, fear of illness, or fear of the negative economic effects. There has been a wide range of emotions.

We understand most people’s mental health will recover quickly as things improve and they have found new ways around our challenges. But for a significant number, the effects of the pandemic on their mental health will be serious and long-lasting.

In Oct 2020 the Centre for Mental Health reported that ‘up to 10 million people in England may need support for their mental health as a result of the pandemic’. While Last year alone absenteeism through poor mental health and wellbeing was reported to have cost the UK economy £14 billion.

So, while there is life after Covid there may be other challenges our way.


Join us for this free 60-minute webinar to learn some tips and techniques on how to look after your own and your team’s mental health.

This session will give you an opportunity to:

  • Understand Mental health and mental illnesses.
  • Warning signs of mental ill-health
  • Impact of remote working on mental health
  • How to engage in a conversation about mental health
  • How to look after your own health and wellbeing.


Anyone with an interest in looking after their own mental health or that of their teams.


Louise Harris – Trainer

Louise is a qualified coach and a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, and the Chartered Institute of Housing. Louise is an experienced Housing Director and Non- executive Director, she has led and managed teams in a variety of sectors including housing, education and human resources.

After a period in her life when she suffered with her own mental health, Louise trained to become a Mental Health First Aid Instructor to help and encourage others to speak up and seek support. She wanted to offer support to organisations, and to help their leaders understand and support others in addressing mental health issues.

Louise’s unique career and personal experience enable her to facilitate this training with a full appreciation of the business world and mental health.


Due to the nature of this course, we have restricted the number of attendees to 3 per organisation.