The Executive POV: The Future of Workforce Mental Health

August 16, 2022
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET

Employers have an extraordinary opportunity to reset the status quo approach to mental health in the workplace. Learn how companies across a range of industries are rising to the challenge, plus strategies to better support employees’ mental health in 2022.

What You’ll Learn

Mental health has never been higher on the agenda for businesses. 2022 has presented additional challenges and big questions about future ways of working have been prevalent, especially as recent data shows that 91% of jobseekers believe that the company’s culture should support mental health. Anxiety and depression were estimated to cost the global economy over $1 trillion every year in lost productivity and, according to the World Health Organization, nearly 1 billion people worldwide suffer from a mental health disorder, which has led to an exodus from the workplace. Now more than ever, employers recognize that protecting and supporting the mental health of employees is critical to the future success of their business. Our panel of HR executives and experts go over how companies can implement strategic and operational frameworks to ensure employee well-being and mental health.

Join us as HR leaders and well-being experts discuss:

  • Practical steps to reversing the burnout epidemic in the workplace and truly prioritize the mental health of our workforce and their wellbeing
  • Adopting the hybrid working model to design sustainable ways of working, offering employees greater flexibility with their work schedules whilst becoming a more desirable place to work
  • Educating Leaders and Managers to treat mental health as an organizational priority with accountability mechanisms and clear ownership
  • Investing in diversity, equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) to support workforce mental health particularly underrepresented groups who are still struggling the most

Featured Speakers

Stephanie Frias

Chief People Officer, Lyra Health

Adrian Gostick

New York Times Best-Selling Author "Anxiety at Work" & Organizational Culture Expert

Kalifa Oliver

Vice President Employee Voice & Recognition, HR & Talent, Stanley Black and Decker

Rachel Lutz Guevara

Vice President of Global Wellness & Resiliency, TaskUs

Kathleen O'Driscoll

Vice President HR - Global Benefits, Wellbeing and HR Policy, Cognizant

Featured Speakers

Sherice Torres

Global Director of Inclusion, Google

This webinar is pre-approved for 1 SHRM-CP credit and 1 HRCI credit. Live webinar attendees will be sent an email highlighting the credit codes and resources after the event. Lyra Health is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.