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Video: Leading for engagement and resilience to avoid psychosocial risks

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Leading for engagement and resilience to avoid psychosocial risks

Promoting well-being and engagement at work can lead to a reduction in psychosocial risks.

Leaders need to encourage behaviours that support well-being, like exercise, social contact and a healthy diet, and demonstrate optimism, celebrate success, and support and empower staff.

Leaders can also create a learning environment, and send the message that safety in the workplace matters, at all levels.

Giving employees a greater sense of control can also lower stress levels, and reduce the chances of psychological harm at work.

How to make staff more psychosocially robust

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