We all have times when life gets on top of us – whether it’s work, family or our circumstances – and our mental health suffers. For some, the words ‘mental health’ can still feel like a taboo subject but we believe it’s time to normalise the conversation around mental health at work.
Join us for the next People & Culture Club where we’ll explore:
Why it’s so important to support employee wellness at work
The signs to look for if you feel someone is experiencing mental ill-health – and importantly – what to do about it
The trends we expect to see in 2022 that will shape workplace mental health (and how to apply them in your organisation)
Practical things you can do to better support employee wellness and mental health at work
Looking after your own mental health as a People-person
Joining our host, Ally Jones, is Michelle Flynn, a cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Practitioner and Certified International Health Coach. Working with individuals and companies to help them understand their health and happiness goals with bespoke coaching packages and Employee Assistance Programmes.
If you’re looking for a community of People-people who have a bias against traditional ‘HR’, then this is the place for you!
Brought to you by Silicon Brighton and Ally Jones, The People and Culture Club is a community of people that care deeply about enabling success through employee-focused initiatives, design-thinking and building scalable people practices. We understand that People-ops is rarely all roses, so this is a safe space to explore the highs and lows that come working in a start-up – or when experiencing hyper-growth.