Business in Mind

The impact of stress and poor mental health 

Business in Mind is a workplace mental health promotion program designed for small to medium enterprise owner/managers.

Karl

"I had depression for three years before I was diagnosed...I didn't understand what was going on with me." Karl, Accountant

Stress and poor mental health can have enormous organisational, productivity, social and personal costs, yet managers often don't have the knowledge or skills to manage these issues as effectively or as confidently as they could.

Darren

"We've had somebody that had the "Black Dog"...it was a learning curve for me.... I wasn't sure what I could do...each of our staff we have are a critical part of the business." Darren, IT company

The Business in Mind DVD and resource kit

Large corporate and public-sector settings often have access to human resource support or employer-sponsored psychological services. Smaller organisations can struggle to access similar supports. The Business in Mind DVD and resource kit was created to help fill this gap.

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The Business in Mind research project

In October 2010 a research project was launched to evaluate the effectiveness of the Business in Mind DVD and resource kit. Although the research project is still being completed, new registrations have now closed. 

Can I still access the resources? 

beyondblue are offering a freely available online version of the program. Follow this link to find out more.

Thank you 

We would like to thank all of the people and organisations that have supported this research. 

Where can I find out more about the research outcomes?

Project reports and updates will be available in 2014 on our Business in Mind 'What's News' links.

View a sample of the full DVD


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BIM What's New?

Founder of Billie Goat Soap and a Business in Mind participant and advocate.

28 May 2012

Promoting the mental health and wellbeing of Australian small businesses

22 Jul 2011
Following interest from non-government organisations (NGOs) in the Business in Mind DVD and Resource Kit, beyondblue has recently provided additional funding to extend the research to this sector.
31 Jan 2011
UTAS Menzies Research Institute Griffith University Beyond Blue Work Cover Tasmania TCCI