19 Oct October 19, 2022 - 12:00pm to 12:30pmLinkedInA recent study by The Bowman Foundation for Workplace Equity and Mental Wellness revealed that while most workers admit they struggle with their mental health, disclosing mental health disorders to employers is still an issue. These findings are not shocking, as most managers don't feel comfortable talking to their employees about their mental health due to the lack of resources and guidance on how to respond. The lack of engagement from their managers often leaves employees feeling unsupported and unheard, which can exasperate their mental health challenges. There needs to be a shift in the culture around creating safe spaces for dialogues about mental health in the workplace. This LinkedIn Live provides participants with the tools and guidance for coaching managers through these challenging conversations by giving them the skills and confidence necessary for cultivating cultures of psychological safety and mental wellness. Attend Natasha Bowman is one of the most well-known names in workplace expertise. She’s often mentioned with names such as Simon Sinek, Brene Brown, and Adam Grant. As an acclaimed champion for workplace equity, she has been named a Top 30 Global Guru in management, a Top 200 Voice in Leadership, and a LinkedIn Top Voice for Mental Health. She is a two-time author, TEDx Speaker, Forbes Contributor, media maven, and President of NYC-based leadership development firm, Performance ReNEW. As a social media influencer, Natasha uses her platform to tackle challenging and sensitive subjects and is not afraid to ruffle feathers with her commentary about creating workplaces and societies. After her bipolar diagnosis in 2021, Natasha has become a relentless advocate for mental health, specifically by urging organizations to promote cultures of mental wellness. Her latest vision is The Bowman Foundation for Workplace Equity and Mental Wellness. She hopes to create healthy work environments for everyone through The Bowman Foundation regardless of their employer’s ability to fund DEI initiatives. She is committed to changing lives and saving lives by advocating for psychologically safe and healthy work cultures.