There is a gap in existing workplace mental health training programs. Mind Share Partners' new online certification program solves it.
Online PR News – 27-February-2020 – San Francisco – Mind Share Partners Launches A Virtual Workplace Mental Health Certification Program
For Individual Managers and Employees That Fills A Gap In Current Training
SAN FRANCISCO, CA—U.S. workplace mental health non-profit, Mind Share Partners, launched a virtual mental health certification program for individual managers and employees called Mind Share Partners Institute. The program differentiates from existing workplace mental health training by offering a fully virtual experience and a focus on equipping internal champions to create and drive a mental health strategy at their company to support employee mental health and wellbeing.
There is a gap in existing workplace mental health training programs that are often reactive and treatment-focused. This ignores the underlying workplace factors such as long work hours and insufficient processes that affect mental health. Proactive practices can promote a company-wide culture that supports the entire spectrum of mental health experiences from stress, to burnout, to diagnosable conditions.
With half of millennials and 75% of Gen Z-ers leaving a job in part because of mental-health reasons, there is a need for true culture change at companies. Culture change of any kind requires top-down and bottom-up support, which is why the Institute is open to individuals at all levels of an organization from the C-Suite to front line employees. Mind Share Partners Institute participants will learn the skills to support mental health and develop a mental health strategy with a proactive lens through culture change.
The first program cohort starts in June 2020 and will run through September 2020. It includes four 2-hour virtual training sessions using case studies, scenarios, personal reflection, and action planning tools.
ABOUT MIND SHARE PARTNERS
Mind Share Partners is a U.S. nonprofit changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. They do this through movement building, training and advising, and professional communities. Mind Share Partners work has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Time, The New York Times, CNBC, and many more prestigious media outlets. Mind Share Partners runs workplace mental health exclusive columns in Forbes and Thrive Global.