20 May Mental Health Awareness Week
Take care of your colleagues now and they will take care of your company’s future.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, an apt time to ask all our business leader clients to take a moment away from the hubbub of their working week, to check-in on their own mental health and reflect upon whether their innovation and leadership through Covid-19 is promoting good mental health amongst their colleagues.
Prior to lockdown in the UK, mental health problems were the leading cause of sickness absence, racking up 70 million lost workdays per year, costing employers around £2.4 billion.
The diagram below sums up the key work-related risk factors that contribute to common mental health problems. Many of these risk factors are being further inflamed through lockdown, not just amongst keyworkers, but those who are furloughed and working remotely:
It doesn’t have to be like this. We have compelling case studies from business leaders across many different sectors and industries who continue to prove that taking care of your colleagues now will result in them taking care of your company’s future.
The Raise Your Game Partnership specialises in helping business leaders create happy workplace cultures that support mental health and wellbeing, which in turn creates happy customers, sustainable profits and happy shareholders.
If you would like to join our current cohort of 30 companies who meet every week to collaborate, share ideas and best practise around innovating and leading their colleagues through Covid-19 and beyond:
Please contact Paul Stalker now for an initial chemistry chat and to find out more.
Tel: 07771 515885
“Raise Your Game methodology is both very different and very powerful”
“Stalkie makes people think about their lives in a direction that no-one probably has had them thinking before. I have worked personally with Stalkie for the past 15 years and he is still raising our colleague’s game today.”
Sir Charles Dunstone, co-founder Carphone Warehouse, Chairman of Dixons Carphone and TalkTalk Group.