There’s been an uptick in discussions about mental health as people continue to confront the changes caused by the pandemic. Only about half of the global employees surveyed by the Limeade Institute felt comfortable revealing mental health struggles to their employer and requesting resources or accommodations.
It’s important for employers to provide support for their employees’ well-being, including their mental health.
In this webinar, Limeade helps equip leaders, managers and HR professionals to better promote a sense of safety among their employees, so that those who need mental health resources feel comfortable coming forward. This type of safety can be thought of as a pre-requisite for the other ways psychological safety manifests in the workplace, which includes feeling comfortable taking risks and learning from mistakes, ultimately fostering learning opportunities, creativity and innovation.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn:
How the concept of psychological safety connects to mental health
How to build psychological safety among work teams
The role psychological safety plays in employee well-being, engagement, and performance at work