Learn how Morgan Stanley is tracking the return on investment of their mental health strategy, and how it's impacting their bottom line.
Workforce productivity and performance are the foundation for corporate success, especially in high intensity, high-stress industries. Performing at the highest level became even tougher with Covid-19 and the shift to remote work, and leading companies have made new investments in mental health care to keep their people healthy and effective.
In this webinar Morgan Stanley’s Executive Director of Benefits, Dana Erdfarb, and Lyra’s VP of Partnerships, Sean McBride share expert insight on the return on investment for mental health care in the workplace and the measurable positive impact it can have on organizations.
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Dana Erdfarb is the Executive Director of Benefits Strategy at Morgan Stanley. Dana is responsible for strategy development, program design and vendor evaluation across the Firm’s health and insurance benefits and work/life resources. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 2015, Dana was a Health and Benefits Consultant at Willis Towers Watson. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Rutgers University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Fordham University.
Sean McBride leads Lyra's new partnership efforts with employers and other partners. Prior to Lyra, Sean worked at Castlight Health, The White House's National Economic Council, The Brookings Institution's Health Care Reform Center, and Khulisa Management Services. Sean earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Master in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.