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How to enable good mental health within your workforce

Event organised by ICE

15 May 2024

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In this session, Kenny draws from his extensive experience to provide valuable insights and tools for encouraging men to open up about their needs and mental health. He will share simple, yet effective tools and techniques to help men better communicate and take care of themselves and their teams.

Using real-life situations, we will discuss the difference between a man and a boy and how to bring out the conscious adult male in your workforce, enabling safety, efficiency, confidence to collaborate and fun! 

We are all made of many different parts and I wonder whether your people know how to adjust from feeling fearful and expressing themselves aggressively to communicating confidently and honestly?

We will address the unique challenges faced by people in engineering, where the demands of the job often lead to high levels of stress and a poor work-life balance. The session offers strategies to help you manage your workload more effectively, and find a healthier balance in life. By acknowledging and addressing these specific challenges, the session aims to provide practical solutions that can improve the overall well-being and job satisfaction of engineers.

By the end of the session, participants can expect to gain a deeper understanding of how to engage in conversations about mental health, ultimately creating a more supportive, empathetic and efficient workplace culture.


Kenny Mammarella D'Cruz

Kenny Mammarella D'Cruz

MenSpeak Mens Group

mental health trainer

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Kenny Mammarella D'Cruz

Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz, a dedicated mental health trainer, is the driving force behind MenSpeak Men’s Groups CIC, a transformative community, empowering men to communicate authentically with where and how they are in their lives. Kenny has been holding men’s groups for almost thirty years – every day online since lockdown - providing a safe space for men to hang out, be heard and get real.

His passion extends beyond fostering a supportive environment; he educates therapists, coaches, mental health professionals and anyone interested on effective facilitation techniques through his accredited group facilitation online course and live trainings for organisations. Kenny's commitment lies in empowering others to facilitate similar transformative groups, aiming to destigmatise mental health discussions whilst enabling trust and collaboration within male dominated spaces.

For more information please contact:

Jessica McQuade