LifeSpeak Inc., a leading digital education platform for employee mental health and wellness, has announced a $42 million growth equity investment.
Leaders are often quick to put in place measures to safeguard others without taking ample time to look after their own well-being.
Like it or not, emotional wellness is now a workplace issue and, thus, a leadership issue. You cannot outsource concern for your people during a pandemic and quarantine; it must come from you.
Corporate training for mental health should teach employees about common conditions, reduce the stigma around them, and educate employees on how to recognize signs of mental health problems in themselves and their peers.
Many businesses are preparing for a second, winter wave of COVID-19 and want to establish new ways of working that promote greater resilience and flexibility.
A good wellness strategy can help reduce absences, lower turnover rates and increase productivity, resulting in a significant economic impact.
Even if your employees or clients have not been directly affected by COVID-19, fearful thoughts can create the same emotions and reactions as the experience itself.
Although leadership teams know that it’s essential to deeply understand and empathize with the factors that make remote work more demanding, the old playbook doesn’t apply in this new world.