Mental Health, Diversity and Workplace Performance: What’s the Connection?
This educational program qualifies for up to 2 hours of CEBS Compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information and to self-report credits.
How can you enhance workplace performance and diversity by addressing a broad range of mental health needs?
Join us as we explore fresh approaches to workplace mental health including recognizing and respecting neurological differences in an employee population. Learn how to identify potential difficulties and intervene effectively to ensure the best outcomes.
- Supporting neurodiversity – creating an inclusive environment for employees with autism, ADHD, anxiety or any other behavioral health or developmental disability can strengthen your workforce
- Creating a stigma-free workplace – be part of the conversation with a panel of experts on policies, accommodation guidelines and best practices for supporting employee mental health and well-being
- Preventing mental illness through resilience and mindfulness training for stress management – hear an employer case study
- Take-away strategies, tools and solutions you can begin implementing now
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Facilitated Employer Roundtable (Employers Only)
Program Introduction and Overview
Strengthening Workplace Productivity with Neurodiversity
Jamell G. Mitchell, MBA
NCoE Operations Leader, Americas ASAEY
Vice PresidentRethink Benefits
Jenna R. Carl, PhD
Clinical PsychologistBig Health
Supporting employees with autism, ADHD, anxiety or any behavioral health or developmental disability.
When Mental Health and Work Performance Intersect
Marcelo Targino, MD
Chief Employee Health Officer and Corporate Medical DirectorJohnson & Johnson
Head of Global Mental Well-being & Workplace EffectivenessJohnson & Johnson
Ron Roberts, LCSW
Global EAP/Work Life/Well-being Strategy and Clinical Director for Johnson & JohnsonOptum
Marc A. Mandelman
Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor, and Workforce Management practiceEpstein Becker Green
Examining policies, guidelines, and best practices that help connect employees to timely treatment for mental health illness.
Resilience and Stress Management at the Workplace
Mark H. Goldberg
Senior Manager of Global Health & Well-beingLatham & Watkins LLP
Employer case study with Latham & Watkins