Jennifer McClure joins Lindsay to answer questions about what changes HR leadership has faced over the years, with an emphasis on mental health skills.
Want to win at the conversations you need to have every day? Start approaching them with a different mindset…and some respect, empathy, and maturity!
Wendi Safstrom and Lindsay discuss the recent SHRM study on mental health in the workplace, why it needs to be a priority for organizations, and how people leaders can prioritize mental health even when they feel they lack the tools to do so.
One of the best things about human resources professionals is that they get to create a ripple effect of good, just by doing the work they do. That’s what to expect at the upcoming SHRM conference, Cause The Effect.
“This is the one area we keep coming back to to go, “Are we making this as accessible as possible?” People are always saying, “I’m in back to back meetings,” we’re all on Zoom, right? You look at everybody’s schedule and it’s just hard to catch a breath. And we didn’t want this to feel like just another meeting in a calendar.”
One of the coolest things about the human experience is that we’re all uniquely different, bringing our strengths and opportunities to work. In this week’s podcast, Chris Turner shares how we can recognize our neurodiversity and set everyone up for success.
Talking about addiction in the workplace can be tough but with mental health challenges on the rise, substance use is more and more prevalent at work. You have a great opportunity to provide a level of support that would truly benefit your team members and colleagues (and friends and family!) through addiction and recovery and this episode will share how.
Diversity, equity and inclusion is vital work, but too often it’s work that’s added to someone’s already full plate. This is just one of the mistakes that organizations make when trying to do the work. This week on the podcast, DEI disruptor and consultant Andrea Tatum is sharing the importance of the work, how DEI professionals can take care of themselves, and why change is needed.
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