We’re looking for ten managers and employees to speak on camera about their experience of having conversations about mental health in the workplace.
Open Minds is a Mental Health Foundation (MHF) project, funded by the Like Minds Like Mine Community Partnership fund.
The long-term outcome of the project is to enable employers to develop workplace policies, structures and cultures that are more inclusive and supportive of people with experience of mental illness.
The MHF have partnered with AttitudeLive to produce the resources. AttitudeLive are a production company who specialise in disability issues and have a passion for increasing inclusion in workplaces.
We’d like to invite you and your workplace to be involved in this important production. We're looking for line managers and workers (Auckland-based) across a range of different industries who are willing to speak on camera about their experience of having conversations about mental health in the workplace.
The focus of the interviews will be looking at what has, and hasn’t, worked when it comes to holding successful conversations. We’re particularly interested in speaking to you about:
We would like to film at your workplace, but if this is not possible, please still get in touch. Filming will take place in mid-October.
You will be supported through the process by MHF and AttitudeLive. Both organisations have experience in mental health and privacy issues.
We will be offering those who volunteer their time a koha as a thank you.
For more information please contact: