According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience a mental illness in a given year. These conditions impact performance, productivity, retention and cost the U.S. economy $210 billion annually.
“Work Smarter, Not Harder” will (1) explore the financial and behavioral consequences of untreated mental illness and toxic stress in the workplace; (2) teach participants over 100 strategies, “hacks,” and habits to promote self-care and stress management in the workplace, and (3) connect participants with positive resources to cope with stress and self-regulate their emotions during the workday.
- Lifetime access to this self-paced e-course moderated by a LEAD-credentialed instructor.
- A personalized 2-year certificate of completion.
- Access to a 40-page, downloadable post-course resource guide with population-specific lifelines and inclusive, culturally-competent, and trauma-informed self-help, community-based, and professional resources.
- FREE, lifetime access to an exclusive Facebook group and newsletter for continued education and support.
Hosting Companies or Organizations Receive:
- One free progress report per e-course or virtual workshop, on a date and time of its choice. This progress report includes a list of registered participants and individual reports that have lecture progress and quiz scores.
- Blinded evaluation and quiz results for all staff, in addition, to notice if any staff member requires additional mental health support.
DISCLAIMER: By registering for this course, you understand and agree that LEAD, Inc.’s courses are supplementary only and in no way replace present workplace training processes. LEAD, Inc. assumes no responsibility or liability whatsoever for fully and completely teaching you, which obligation rests solely with you or your employer. You will indemnify LEAD, Inc. from any action, suit, or proceeding based upon any allegation that you have not been properly or adequately trained.
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For every $100 invested in mental health interventions, a company sees a return of up to $600 in improved health and productivity of employees (Deloitte MCS, 2017).