I hear from and work with many people who are fearful of opening up about their mental health at work; and I work with lots of managers and leaders who know they want to support their people’s mental health, but aren’t sure how to. So I wanted to share an outline of your rights as an employee and your role as an employer when it comes to mental health at work.
expect lived experience, brutal honesty and clear and practical advice on how to manage your mind at work and thrive
It’s been a big old year. I started it an established Head of Comms after more than 10 years in the industry. I’m ending it as an entrepreneur! I thought it would be interesting to reflect on what this year has taught me – about myself, about work and mental health at work, and about what I want to do next year.
Setting healthy boundaries with work when you work flexibly or for yourself is HARD. So I’m sharing some advice from others and inviting you to join me for a new group mentoring session – Compass – to help you reset your boundaries if you feel they’re a bit wonky.
What the bloody nora are boundaries and how can this woo concept help you manage your mental health at work? Let’s discuss…
I’m not very good with rules and really struggle with ‘traditional’ meditation. So in this post I share how I incorporate mindfulness into my day to day in a way that works for me.
In all of my recent training sessions with managers, we’ve spent a good amount of time figuring out what the role of the employer is in supporting people’s mental health. So here’s my take…
As World Mental Health Awareness Day approaches, I’ve realised that being human can have a huge impact on the fear we all feel about mental health at work.