Kelly Greenwood | How Leaders Can Set the Tone for Mental Health

Kelly Greenwood is the founder and CEO of Mind Share Partners, a nonprofit that is changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. Prior to founding Mind Share Partners, Kelly worked in corporate, nonprofit, and foundation roles at Techbridge Girls, the Skoll Foundation, and About-Face.

Today, Kelly is a nationally recognized advocate and speaker for mental health. She has contributed to many impressive publications, including Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Mental Health at Work. In her free time, Kelly enjoys traveling, attending wine tastings, and hiking.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Kelly Greenwood shares the motivation and mission behind her nonprofit, Mind Share Partners
  • Dr. Horowitz and Kelly discuss mental health stigmas in the workplace
  • Why Kelly make the switch from management consulting to mental health advocacy
  • How can an organization effectively change the culture surrounding mental health within their workplace?
  • Kelly explains the services that Mind Share Partners provides for companies looking to tackle their mental health stigmas
  • Why manager training has become one of Kelly’s most popular offerings
  • How COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement have impacted workplace mental health
  • Dr. Horowitz and Kelly talk about the importance of diversity in the workplace
  • The practical steps leaders can take to improve the mental health culture within their companies

In this episode…

Are you passionate about creating a helpful and open-minded mental health culture in your workplace? Or, on the other hand, do you wish your organization offered better resources for employees experiencing mental health issues?

To this day, the topic of mental health is still surrounded by harmful stigmas, especially in the workplace. Not only do these stigmas stop employees from speaking out and asking for help, but they also keep many companies from offering substantial and useful resources for their teams. That’s why Kelly Greenwood founded her nonprofit, Mind Share Partners, in 2016—to forever change the culture of mental health in the workplace.

In this episode of Succeed Under Stress, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz sits down with Kelly Greenwood, the founder and CEO of Mind Share Partners, to talk about how to effectively remove mental health stigmas from the workplace. Listen in as they discuss the importance of mental health training for managers, the impact of current events on the workplace, and how leaders can successfully improve the mental health culture within their companies.

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