A Manager's Guide to Building Psychological Safety Around Mental Health at Work

When employees experience psychological safety, they know they can ask for help or express concerns at work without being stigmatized. Here’s how leaders can foster psychological safety to boost job satisfaction and productivity.

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Leading with care and compassion

You can’t promote productivity without addressing the root causes of your employees’ performance. Help employees feel supported by making mental health a safe subject at work, and by expressing empathy for team members’ problems.

Learn to build psychological safety with tips for: 

  • Making people people feel supported year-round — not just when mental illness strikes 
  • Breaking the stigma around mental health to help employees suffering in silence 
  • Prioritizing BIPOC employees’ unique mental health needs 
  • And more