1. How to support mental health through leadership
It is impossible to be perfect in supervisory work and the supervisor does not always need to be all-knowing , but willingness to develop also brings meaning to the supervisor's own work. The role of a supervisor often involves conflicting requirements: one's own example and character should create trust and security while many decisions also involve confusion and uncertainty. The balance is found through experience.
Good supervisory work can be carried out with a variety of personalities and manners. Reflect on yourself as a supervisor. A discussion with your own supervisor can support your self-reflection.
These practices help you promote mental health at work: