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Six tips to get your workforce mentally fit: Anji McGrandles, Founder, The Mind Tribe

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On this week’s episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Anji McGrandles, wellbeing coach and founder of The Mind Tribe, shares her experiences from the coalface of wellbeing training, and gives her top tips to people leaders who want to implement mental health initiatives in the workplace.

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Implementing a mental health initiative into your workplace can be a major challenge for an HR leader. The mental fitness of your workforce is paramount to employee wellbeing and business success. One recent study revealed that better mental health in the workplace could save UK businesses up to £8 billion a year.

Yet, paradoxically, many organisations have not made a committed and sustained investment to mental fitness in the workplace. The rub for HR, it seems, is convincing your colleagues that employee mental fitness is more than a sensible investment, it’s a business imperative that cannot be ignored.

On this week’s episode of the HRD Live Podcast, Anji McGrandles, wellbeing coach and founder of The Mind Tribe, shares her experiences from the coalface of wellbeing training, and gives her top tips to people leaders who want to implement mental health initiatives in the workplace.

 

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