Employees demand and need their employers to invest in their mental health and wellness, yet there aren’t clear instructions on how to care for or talk about mental health in the workplace. How do you know if you’re doing it right?
It’s important for organizations to know their Mental Health Literacy Level (High, Medium, or Low?) and take actionable steps to strengthen their mental health programs. In addition, we must empower more leaders to drive the mental health conversation forward. Training managers to have a shared understanding of how to care for employees’ well-being, helping them recognize signs of mental distress earlier, and encouraging them to hold space for supportive conversations can all improve mental health literacy.
And supporting mental health isn’t just good for your leaders and individual team members, it leads to higher employee engagement and productivity.
Join our webinar and learn:
- What is Mental Health Literacy
- How you can measure your organization’s literacy level and take actions to improve
- How mental health literacy directly impacts your DEI efforts
- How your managers can create a psychologically safe workplace for your employees
- How Calm can help kickstart your mental health programs
Chief People Officer, Calm
Scott Domann is Chief People Officer of Calm, where he oversees people, learning and development, the recruitment of top talent, and operations. Throughout his career, Scott has led teams at start-ups and large companies, and he continues to create a culture founded in inclusion, creativity, and positive action. He has headed People and HR teams at leading companies such as Honey, Netflix, Facebook, Spotify, Disney, and Warner Bros. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in organizational and industrial psychology from New York University (NYU).
Head of Talent Development at Calm
Sarah is Head of Talent Development at Calm. Sarah has a master’s degree in psychology and uses her awareness of mental health, human motivation, and behavior change to help organizations create a high-performing workplace culture. At Calm, Sarah is responsible for learning and development, engagement, culture and community, leadership development, onboarding, DE&I, and performance management. Previously, Sarah was head of employee experience at Uber and worked as a Human Capital consultant with Deloitte.