Business psychology consultancy Omada understands the importance of mental health and well-being in the workplace. Having been asked by numerous clients to check in on the well-being of their staff during the Covid-19 pandemic, Omada has developed and launched The Leadership MOT. The problem, until now, is that there has been no readily accessible way to effectively assess mental health in the workplace.
When you put your car into the garage for an MOT, you hope and expect that it will pass. It is a relatively quick, simple, and inexpensive means by which to ensure you and your passengers are not exposed to unnecessary risk on the road. But, sometimes, the mechanics find something that needs further attention before the vehicle can be declared roadworthy and insurable once more. In effect, The Leadership MOT is a simple evaluation of an individual or team’s well-being and roadworthiness.
Grant Morffew, Managing Director of Omada, commented: “Even before Covid-19, we were facing extraordinary mental health challenges, with those in professional occupations showing the highest prevalence rates of work-related stress, depression and anxiety at more than 2,000 cases per 100,000 workers. Throughout lockdown, further significant challenges have been placed on leaders and team members, be that upending operational practices, implementing new strategies, amending workforce plans, or engaging their teams through virtual means.”
He continued, “As psychologists, we recognise that for some the demands of this period have often been overwhelming. People’s mental health challenges may not be ‘easing’ at the same rate as lockdown and many have told us that there is little fuel left in their tank.”
The Leadership MOT is a toolkit focused on ‘leadership well-being’, one designed to evaluate and then, if support is required, address any flagged concerns. It combines an online assessment, an MOT report, and debrief with a psychologist, who will help devise a leadership well-being action plan tailored to the individual, and identify any ongoing support needed from a team comprising clinical and occupational psychologists, executive coaches, counsellors, and nutritional therapists, or the employer’s own occupational health providers.
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