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TV Expert Interviews / Health & Wellness / Nov 13, 2022 / Posted by Jeff Cartwright /

Mental Health At Workplace (video)

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Jeff Cartwright began working for the Fire & Rescue Department in August 1995. He has worked in the emergency response profession for over 30 years, including B.C. Ambulance Service, Fire and Rescue, and CISM. Jeffery is a leader and instructor for equipping new emergency workers with self-care strategies and aiding veterans of the work to cope and receive treatment. With a significant interest in Workplace Mental Health, Trauma Resiliency, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Care. In today’s expert insight interview, John and Jeff discuss “Mental Health at Workplace”.

This Expert Insight Interview Discusses:

  • What exactly is workplace mental health?
  • Are you stressed or depressed?
  • Encourage workplace mental wellness.

How Do Mental Health Issues Affect Our Job?

The state of well-being in which an individual can manage daily challenges, work efficiently, attain his or her full caliber, and contribute to their company is referred to as mental health. Supporting mental health in the workplace is no longer an option; it is a must. The first step is to develop wellness solutions to assist their staff in thriving.

Employee mental wellness must be a primary priority for firms trying to hire high-performing employees in today’s society. It is critical to create a secure space for employees of all levels to communicate honestly and without discrimination. You risk losing useful feedback that could help you keep valuable talent if you don’t do this.

Redefine Mental Health At Workplace

We can reshape mental health by concentrating on solutions enabling employees to thrive emotionally and professionally. When firms support and promote mental health for people who are suffering or who are just not thriving, all employees benefit. Furthermore, it provides assistance and access to clinical care for needy individuals.

Companies can provide the greatest mental health programs for their employees with awareness, creativity, and support.

Our Host

John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.

About Author

I have spent the last 30+ years involved in the emergency response industry. My experience with B.C. Ambulance Service, the Fire Rescue Service and with my involvement in CISM, have guided me into my passion for Workplace Mental Health, Trauma Resiliency and Post Trauma Care. I am very comfortable as a leader and instructor in helping new emergency workers enter the field with the tools for self-care, and assisting veterans of the work to cope and get help. I can develop and maintain a Critical Incident Management program for your workplace.

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