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Let’s Talk About Mental Health: How to Build Mental Health Literacy at Your Organization

As an HR leader, mental health is likely one of your top priorities. But where do you start? The first step is to build Mental Health Literacy at your organization and equip your managers with a  shared understanding of how to care for your employees’ well-being, recognize signs of mental distress, and hold space for open, supportive conversations.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What is Mental Health Literacy and why it’s important
  • How to measure your organization’s Mental Health Literacy
  • How Mental Health Literacy  is tied to your DEI efforts
  • How to train your managers to create space for your employees to have open, supportive conversations & recognize early warning signs
  • Actionable strategies to increase Mental Health Literacy at your organization

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Speaker Bios

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Scott Domann – Chief People Officer

Scott Domann is Chief People Officer of Calm where he oversees people, learning & development, recruiting top talent, and operations. Scott is committed to driving the mental health conversation forward and works with organizations around the world to discuss and advise on mental wellness programs and strategies. Throughout his career, Scott has led teams at start-ups and large companies, and continues to create a culture founded in inclusion, creativity and positive action. Scott is always looking to exemplify the fundamental qualities of building world class teams. Scott has led People and HR teams at leading companies like Honey, Netflix, Facebook, Spotify, Disney, and Warner Bros. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Kansas and a Masters degree in Organizational and Industrial Psychology from New York University (NYU).

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Sarah Tobin – Sr Manager, Talent Development

Sarah has dedicated her career to helping people and organizations become happier, healthier and more productive. She has a Masters degree in Psychology and takes this awareness of mental health, human motivation and behavior change to help organizations create a high performing workplace cultures. She applies this lens to create thoughtful and innovative approaches to traditional people programs like onboarding, performance management, wellbeing and employee engagement. Sarah has also conducted award-winning research on the leadership styles and behaviors that inspire teams, and has created an assessment of these behaviors that help leaders target their development. 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.