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These are the priority topics that are related to WORKPLACE, according to SolveCasters.
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7 Priority HEALTH 5 months ago
7 Priority MENTAL HEALTH 4 months ago
7 Priority WORK FROM HOME 2 months ago
7 Priority CLEANING AGENT 5 months ago
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  • From SolveCasters posted by SolveCast
  • 4 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 714 seconds

Communication + Eating Disorders with Kaitlyn Chana, Founder & President Reel Stories Real People

It's the asking the why questions? Why do you feel that way? Why did it drive you here? And so all those questions are so critical and key and sometimes, and business, and even in our personal lives, we're always on the go. And we don't take the time to ask the why. And I think every organization and every company has to take that moment to ask the why, because if you don't, then you could have an employee that's in the midst of a crux, and they can't get the support that they need.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 463 seconds

Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace with Kelly Greenwood, CEO Mind Share Partners

The three evidence-based ways for reducing stigma around mental health specifically are social contact, peer support and education. And so that's really how we think about out three different programs at Mind Share partners. One of the most powerful things that we see are when leaders really speak up, especially in the C-suite since there are ultimately the culture setters of an organization and they can do so in an ally capacity, if they either don't have a mental health challenge of their own or if they're not comfortable speaking about it, but to have that message come from the top really gives other people permission to have these conversations at work


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  • 4 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 304 seconds

Creating a Mentally Healthy Workplace with Kelly Greenwood, CEO Mind Share Partners

There was actually no difference in the prevalence of mental health symptoms across seniority levels.

So the likelihood that someone in the C-suite had a mental health, the symptoms was just as likely as an entry level, individual contributor. And so that I think really reframes how we think about who has a mental health challenge, right? It's not necessarily the low performer that I think a lot of people tend to think of.


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