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How ASICS Adopted a Preventive Benefits Approach to Mental Health

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With mental health needs at an all-time high, does your organization have a preventive mental health benefits strategy? Recognizing that persistent workplace stress can be a key risk factor for mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression, ASICS EMEA, a global sports footwear and apparel brand, addressed stress and burnout at work as part of a proactive, preventive benefits approach to mental health.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this webinar:

  • The science behind a preventive approach to mental health 
  • How ASICS addressed mental health needs across diverse generations and global offices
  • How ASICS adopted a preventive benefits approach to improve employee stress and mental health 

Speakers

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Katja Meeuwsen-Nass

VP HR at ASICS EMEA

Katja Meeuwsen-Nass is a champion of movement for well-being. In her role as vice president of human resources for the EMEA region, she ensures that ASICS’s sound-mind-in-a-sound-body philosophy is embedded in the business. Katja is driving new initiatives aimed at getting employees moving for the benefit of body and mind. Katja joined ASICS in 2012 and has held a number of senior HR roles.

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Chris Mosunic

Chief Clinical Officer, Calm

Chris Mosunic is a licensed clinical psychologist and registered dietitian specializing in forming, scaling, and managing large provider teams and networks at healthcare start-ups and both privately and publicly held healthcare organizations. Before his current role as the chief clinical officer at Calm, Chris served as an executive healthcare leader at Yale New Haven Health, Johnson and Johnson, Rivermend Health, Advanced Recovery Systems, and Vida Health.
Chris received his undergraduate degree in biology and psychology from Bucknell University, his MS in nutritional biochemistry from Tufts, his PhD in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt, and his MBA from Yale.