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Research increasingly shows that reducing burnout and increasing well-being is not just solved at the individual level, rather it requires organizational changes. This live town hall event will include a presentation on innovative approaches to reducing burnout and improving wellbeing in the health care sector and practices learned in that sector that can be implemented in a diverse array of industries.


Notice. Talk. Act. at Work is an e-Learning training that responds to the high demand for an easily accessible, comprehensive mental health training that supports leaders and people managers in understanding the impact of mental health on employees and their organizations. Join us on November 17 to learn more about this new resource from the Center for Workplace Mental Health.


Studies show depression and anxiety have tripled with the COVID-19 pandemic, economic downturn, and recent racial injustices. Don't miss the opportunity to hear from an expert, Dr. Michael Chustek, on the clinical perspective on depression, how you can support your employees and co-workers who are experiencing depression, effective treatments and coping skills that exist, and more.


Register for this Sept. 23 webinar on a head-on approach to reduce stigma around mental health, how to engage employees to improve self-help and self-care behaviors, and how to adopt a well-being mantra of, make yourself and your health a priority.


Stigma associated with mental health conditions runs high in the construction industry with high rates of suicide. Join us as leaders in this industry share the innovative ways they’ve busted stigma, engaged leaders, and made a positive difference.


Join Right Direction on Aug. 5 for a virtual presentation where Monica C. Worline, Ph.D. will draw on her extensive research and expertise on how knowledge workers cultivate courage, how organizations unlock potential through resourcing and how compassion creates healthier workplaces.


Whether employees are considered essential, working remotely, or returning to the workplace, this new guide provides information on the critical steps that employers can take to support the mental health and well-being of employees focusing on four key areas


May is Mental Health Month – a time to focus on and strengthen our collective efforts around prevention, awareness and taking action. The Center for Workplace Mental Health has resources for employers to address workplace mental health during and beyond May.


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be a challenging experience for those diagnosed with the condition. The good news is that effective treatments are available and managers and co-workers can support those employees experiencing PTSD by recognizing signs, demonstrating patience, and establishing a work climate that supports help seeking behavior.


Over the past few weeks all our lives have been impacted by the spread of COVID-19. As such, the Center for Workplace Mental Health has developed a new resource for these challenging times, and for many, unchartered waters.

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