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Mental Health at Work
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Mental Health at Work (Paperback)

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Synopsis

One in five people will be experiencing mental health problems right now. Stress, anxiety and depression account for half of all working days lost. So why are we still not talking about mental health at work?



Promoting positive mental health is fast becoming a priority for companies across industries yet many are failing to implement a strategy that works. Penguin Business Expert James Routledge has been working with leaders, managers and people in all positions who want to positively change their organisation's approach to mental health. In this book, he reveals how to:



- Reduce stigma and create a positive workplace

- Focus on early intervention and prevention

- Improve productivity, engagement and retention

- Create a culture of openness from the top down



Filled with practical tips, 'conversation starters' and proven strategies for a more conscious and sustainable workplace, and illustrated with case studies from some of the organisations leading the way around the globe, Mental Health in the Workplace will help any organisation build a positive mental health framework that works.

James Routledge is the Founder and CEO of Sanctus, a purpose-driven organisation with a mission to transform perceptions around mental health and put the world's first mental health gym on the high street. He founded Sanctus after his own experiences with poor mental health, which he documented on his viral Medium blog. Since then, James has built a strong social media network which works to break down stigma around the topic of mental health and, through Sanctus, has coached over 10,000 employees directly on how to improve their mental wellbeing. His work has been featured in The Times, the Guardian, and on BBC TV and radio and he is a regular public speaker around the world.

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