Supporting your team

We know that in film and TV, there is pressure to deliver a lot in tight time frames, under unpredictable circumstances and inflexible budgets. This can mean managers are also incredibly stretched and unsupported. We all have to look out for each other. Teams need to feel connected, supported and free to be themselves in the workplace. That will allow everyone to operate at their best and ultimately produce better work

Here are some tools and resources that can help to create this environment and start important conversations around wellbeing and mental health

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Start talking about wellbeing at work

This short video by Mind and the Film and TV Charity gives top tips on how to create a safe, open workplace and encourage conversations about mental health

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5 tips to normalise the conversation about staff mental health. This advice from Teacher's Hub is written for schools, but can be useful for other industries

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Free guide to creating a Wellness Action Plan from Mind. This can help you to support your own mental health at work and support your team members

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A guide for organisations to improve mental health, made in partnership with Mind and the electronic music industry. Find advice for building a happier, healthier workplace

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This resource from BITC is designed to support employers in their response to the suicide of an employee, at work or outside the workplace

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Mind's guide is designed to support anyone involved in managing people to have conversations about mental health and wellbeing

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If you want further help to prioritise the mental health of your team at work, Mind have a wealth of easy and practical resources. You can look through them and choose what’s right for your team.

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Support your freelancers

Leapers provide a range of services to help organisations be freelance friendly and do their best work together in a supportive way

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Supporting someone with a mental health problem

Mind's guide sets out simple, practical and inexpensive steps any organisation can take to support staff with mental health – whether they’re stressed or have a diagnosed mental health condition

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Rethink Mental Illness provides a guide to rights at work for people with a mental illness

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Supporting someone who is being bullied

This CIPD guide will help you proactively identify and manage conflict at work. It covers the people management skills you need to become part of the solution to resolving workplace conflict

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ACAS' guide to help you understand what bullying, harassment and discrimination are, how to approach a complaint, dealing with a complaint both informally and formally, plus what to do afterwards

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Mental health training

20 min e-learning module from ScreenSkills designed to help you develop awareness of mental health, recognise industry-specific challenges and learn about available support

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Did we miss any?

If there are resources out there that we’ve missed, or information you’d like to see included in the future, send your suggestions to our team

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