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"62% of respondents said having someone in a leadership role speak openly about mental health would make them feel more comfortable talking about it themselves."
That's why we've teamed up with #PeopleFirst leaders to share stories of resilience and hope.
Hear their incredible journeys and contribute your own to normalize mental health.
Celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month with digital swag. We have everything to help you wear your heart on your sleeve.
Stuck on what to say? Use this copy as a starting point. And don't forget to tag @Kona in LinkedIn or @getkona when you share!
Actions speak louder than words. Go beyond saying you support mental health in your workplace. Engage in important conversations, lead activities, and nurture a psychologically safe work environment. We developed these downloadable resources to get you started.
Inspire your team to practice self care with this cute, sharable PDF.
1 MIN READ
Take a pulse on your team's mood and spark conversations of care with this MURAL template activity.
5 MIN ACTIVITY
If you're stuck on how to start a discussion about mental health with your team, this guide is for you!
10 MIN READ
Measure your team's psychological safety with this handy, two minute survey. Gather responses and assess your results!
10 MIN ACTIVITY
Help your team set goals for every area of their personal wellbeing with this handy activity.
15 MIN ACTIVITY
Share this checklist with your team and have them fill it out. Then calculate your scores. Identify areas of improvement together!
30 MIN ACTIVITY
Growing a people-first business means that you make decisions in the interest of your employees first. It's not enough to say you're people-first—it must be engrained in your values and culture. That means you make the conscious decision to invest in your employees happiness, growth, and health.
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Management is hard. Building a tight-knit team culture while completely distributed is even harder.
We gathered learnings from three years of remote manager interviews (900 conversations to date!) on every aspect of #PeopleFirst remote leadership.
Read through the full guide and download the FREE follow-along workbook.
This year, we interviewed 350 remote leaders at 175 of the top startups in the world. Even at culture forward organizations, there were staggering trends around wellbeing.
63% of remote leaders had experienced burnout in the last six months.
30% of remote leaders didn't have the resources or time to support their team's mental health.