Could you do more to improve mental health in your business?

04 November 2022

Our 2022 Broker Mental Health research1 has shown that heavy workloads (72%), dealing with regulation (58%), and customer demands (54%) continue to be the top three causes of stress in the workplace. The truth is we can all improve how we address mental health in the workspace. So is now the time to take that step?

Coinciding with World Mental Health Day we ran a webinar with Claire Russell - former financial services exec and CEO of Mental Health in Business. Claire’s webinar unpacks the facts, shares the impacts and explains the tactics and strategies you can employ to look after others as well as yourself.

  • Understand the breadth of the problem in our sector
  • Recognise what causes it, when and where
  • Discover that helping yourself means you can help others
  • Explore how joining the mental health dots from the top-down and the bottom-up can make a world of difference at work

Watch the webinar here:

If you'd like to find out more about how to operate superior, empathetic mental health practices in your firm, then it all starts with a conversation. Visit MHIB or drop an email to info@mhib.co.uk.


1 Broker Wellbeing Survey - FWD carried out research among 250 brokers Aug - Sep 2022

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