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Workplace Strategies for Mental Health Month
Don’t Miss This Special Town Hall Focused on Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Workers
Addressing the mental health needs of employees continues to be one of the biggest challenges coming out of the last 2+ years.
If there’s one silver lining, it’s that employers now understand the importance of employees’ emotional well-being and its connection to overall organizational success.
So much so, that in a recent study, burnout rated the #1 top people concern among leaders, even ahead of the exodus of top talent.
May is National Mental Health Month, which makes this the ideal time to assess how your organization has met this complex challenge and make your efforts even more effective.
Join us for a special town hall where well-being and engagement experts will have a frank discussion about best ways to support mental health and well-being that benefits both workers and their organizations.
After attending this webinar you’ll:
- Understand the connection between employee emotional well-being and organizational culture, communication, and success.
- Know how to identify and prioritize resources available, both in- and outside of your benefit plans.
- Be fully-prepared to implement actionable program and policy ideas that sustain emotional well-being support year-round.
- Confidently help managers develop the important skills and competencies they need to better support your well-being program.
- Meet your employees where they are on their emotional well-being journey.
You’ll also get answers to burning questions like:
- How has the strain of mental health impacted productivity – and how do mental health concerns vary across generations?
- What best practices employers are using today to address burnout that you can also use?
- How are employers creatively solving issues related to unequal access to care?
- What types of leave work best to address mental health needs?
- How can people be encouraged to use their used PTO in a way that reduces burnout and leaves them recharged?
Kathleen Schulz, MS, CHES
Divisional Vice President, Global Innovation Leader, Gallagher
Kathleen brings more than 20 years of experience in designing and implementing wellness, fitness, occupational health, EAP, benefits, and work/life programs. As the Northeast & Southeast Region’s Practice Leader, Kathleen works with Gallagher teams and clients to design holistic strategies to address the total employee value proposition – including all the dimensions of wellbeing, employee engagement, and productivity.
National Practice Leader – Wellbeing & Engagement, Gallagher
Emily Brainerd is the National Practice Leader for the Wellbeing & Engagement Practice within the Gallagher Benefits and HR Consulting division of Gallagher. She leads teams in developing innovative solutions that improve the well-being of their employees and businesses, helping build Gallagher’s Wellbeing & Engagement thought leadership. Emily analyzes each organization’s unique culture to create an employee value proposition that focuses on all areas of wellbeing — physical, financial, social, career, and community — and that aligns with each client’s objectives for attracting and retaining high-performing workers. Through the Gallagher Better WorksSM framework, she leverages Gallagher’s many practice areas to help clients build and implement comprehensive strategies to support employee wellbeing, resulting in better outcomes and better workplaces.
Senior Consultant, Gallagher
Cody is a subject-matter expert in domains including full-cycle recruiting, employment assessments, payroll and benefits, employee relations, job analysis, performance management systems, learning and development, and organizational development. Within Gallagher, Cody was nominated to participate in Gallagher’s high-potential employee development program, titled G3 – a program aimed at developing star performers within the organization. His approach to helping organizations includes using both innovative approaches as well as those that have been well-grounded in research.
Ron Witthohn, CLMS, ADA
Division Vice President – Absence & Productivity
Ron Witthohn leads the Absence & Productivity Team within Gallagher Benefit Services. He is a strategic thought leader in the employee benefits space, with thirty years of experience in Life, Disability, and Absence & Productivity. Bringing his vast industry knowledge to his work, Ron helps clients evaluate opportunities to reduce cost, manage risk and improve the overall competitiveness of benefits. Ron lives in Dallas and supports clients both locally and nationally.
Divisional Vice President | Sales Effectiveness
Dean Clune serves as Gallagher’s Divisional Vice President, Gallagher Better Works, Strategy Development & Execution. In this role, Dean leads the development, execution, resource management, and communication of this holistic Benefits and HR consulting strategy. His aim is to help Gallagher consultants connect the dots for their clients between physical and emotional, career, and financial well-being in order to achieve total organizational wellbeing.
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