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Kooth Work's Mike Brazier joined the workplace wellbeing podcast 'Truth, Lies & Workplace Culture Podcast' to discuss a triple defence approach to workplace mental wellbeing strategy.

Fellow podcast guests on this episode include Andrew Berrie, Head of Workplace Wellbeing at Mind and Amy McKeown Award-winning Workplace Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategist and former Non-Executive Director of Mental Health First Aid England.

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About this podcast episode

What wellbeing interventions would you recommend? What do you have in place that's working really well?

Chances are, your well-being tactics are on point, and when it comes to a crisis, you've got your employee's back. Good job, leaders!


Now, are you ready to take it to the next level..?

We're challenging leaders to level up their wellbeing support and reap the human and business benefits in the process. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3. Let's talk:

1. Strategy, rather than tactics.
2. Prevention, as well as cure.
3. Measurable impact, alongside 'doing the right thing'

To guide you through this triple defence approach to protecting employee mental health and building resilient workplaces, we're joined by three incredible expert guests.


Amy McKeown

Amy is Award-winning Workplace Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategist. She coaches organisations of all sizes, putting into place evidence-based, measurable and sustainable strategies which are as innovative as they are effective. She was also a former Non-Executive Director of Mental Health First Aid England.


Andrew Berrie

Andrew is Head of Workplace Well-being at Mind, a charity that for more than 70 years, has been committed to making sure that everyone experiencing a mental health problem is treated with the respect they deserve and has access to the support they need. Andrew oversees a department of 30 committed to supporting employers in creating mentally healthy workplaces through changes in their policy, practice and culture.

Michael Brazier

Michael is a Workforce digital mental wellbeing specialist at Kooth Work. Kooth Work's digital products help wellbeing leaders to understand, support and improve the mental health of their workforce and is available to 15.9 million people across the UK.

Join the conversation as we explore:

🚨 The business and legal case for mental health strategy
⚽ Strategy V Tactics
3️⃣ A triple defense approach to shape your strategy
👁️‍🗨️ Reclaiming your purpose as a leader
⛅ How you can raise awareness
💪 How to empower your line managers
🌟 The competitive advantage of early intervention

Now is the time to reimagine our approach to mental health in the workplace, and create a strategy that has a measurable impact on our people and business.


Other content you might like from Kooth Work

Our webinar recordings with Caba and Retail Trust around Understanding and supporting the mental health needs of key worker frontline staff. We also cover Staff burnout webinar recording and bonus materials in a separate webinar recording with Mind, West Midland Ambulance Service and BACP (the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).

Please also read our articles 158 conversations with workplace wellbeing leaders and UK workforce mental wellbeing needs.

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About Kooth Work

Award-winning digital mental wellbeing platform:

+ Strategic clinical mental wellbeing advisory.

+ Flourish workforce mental health check audit.

+ Qwell anonymous digital support.

+ Anonymised data insights and reporting.

+ Part of your Mental Wellbeing Support System. 

BACP accredited, trusted by the NHS,
now available to employers.

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