Certified Resilient Workplace Program – Get Recognised

Certified Resilient Workplace (CReW) – Best Practice Recognition

Key Points:

  • 🌟 Introducing the Certified Resilient Workplace (CReW) Program
  • πŸ… Free recognition for workplaces prioritising mental health prevention
  • 🏒 Flexible application – individual departments or entire workplace
  • πŸ”¬ Grounded in science – Resilience First Aid & PR6 Resilience Model

Driven, a leader in resilience training and mental health solutions, is proud to announce the launch of the Certified Resilient Workplace (CReW) Program. This pioneering initiative aims to redefine the approach to mental health in the workplace by prioritising prevention and cultivating a culture of resilience.

The CReW Program empowers and acknowledges workplaces that proactively focus on the mental wellbeing of their employees. Through the application of evidence-based strategies and comprehensive training, workplaces can now gain recognition for their dedication to building a supportive and mentally healthy environment.

The Need for a Paradigm Shift to Prevention

In the past, workplace mental health strategies have been mostly reactive, focusing on crisis intervention and addressing issues only after they emerge. Still, research consistently shows that proactive, preventative measures significantly build and protects mental wellbeing, as well as decrease the risk of mental health problems.

The CReW Program addresses this need by equipping workplaces with essential tools, knowledge, and support to build resilience at both individual and organisational levels. By training employees to manage stress effectively, navigate challenges, and support their peers, the program aims to nurture a strong, psychosocially safe, and mentally healthy workforce.

A Comprehensive Approach to Building Resilience

Built on the scientifically validated Predictive 6 Factor Resilience Model (PR6), the CReW Program offers a holistic framework for enhancing resilience and mental well-being across six key domains: Vision, Composure, Reasoning, Tenacity, Collaboration, and Health.

Through a combination of training, workshops, and ongoing support, the CReW Program provides guidance and empowers workplaces to integrate these resilience domains into their culture. Employees at all levels, from frontline staff to leadership, are equipped with the knowledge and skills to not only manage their own mental health but also to support the well-being of their colleagues.

Recognising Resilient Workplaces

One of the key features of the CReW Program is its recognition system. Workplaces that successfully implement the program and demonstrate their commitment to mental health prevention can achieve CReW recognition. This status is awarded at three levels – Pioneer, Advocate, and Leader – each reflecting a progressively higher standard of resilience and mental health support.

Achieving CReW status is a meaningful way for workplaces to showcase their dedication to employee wellbeing, both internally and externally. It sends a clear message that the workplace values its people and is committed to creating a mentally healthy work and psychosocially safe environment.

Applying for recognition is free, with applications open to any department or workplace with more than 5 people.Β 

Connect With a CReW Partner

To extend the impact of resilience in the workplace, we’ve established a unique training curriculum to upskill our Certified Resilience Coaches. This additional training establishes them as Certified Resilient Workplace Partners (CReW Partners).

A CReW Partner can help you build a resilient culture from the ground up. Helping with:

  • Workplace needs assessment to determine what would have the most impact on culture development
  • Implementing the accredited Resilience First Aid certification as a cornerstone of preventative peer support and community engagement skills
  • Hosting engaging personal resilience development workshops to enhance skills across the 6 resilience domains
  • Run assessments to track resilience, find ways to improve, and monitor psychosocial safety over time

The Future of Workplace Mental Health

The launch of the CReW Program marks an exciting new chapter in the evolution of workplace mental health. By shifting the focus to prevention and resilience, the program has the potential to transform the way workplaces support the well-being of their employees.

As more workplaces embrace the CReW Program and prioritise mental health prevention, we can look forward to a future where mentally healthy workplaces are the norm, not the exception. A future where every employee has the skills and support they need to thrive, both personally and professionally.

Driven invites workplaces and resilience coaches alike to join them in this mission. Together, we can create a world where workplace mental health is not just managed, but actively promoted, celebrated, and championed.

For more information on the Certified Resilient Workplace (CReW) Program and the CReW Partner Training Program, visit driv.ai/crew.


Find a Certified Resilient Workplace Partner today to help embed a safe and supportive culture of resilience in your workplace.

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