With at least 1 in 4 of the British public experiencing a mental health problem every year, businesses and academic institutions are starting to recognise the importance of creating a better environment for those around them.
So how do you meet your moral and legal obligations, and manage mental health more effectively at work?

I want to help people to look at business and personal performance through a mental health lens

Marc Caulfield

Marc can help you achieve your goals.

Drawing on his many years’ experience of managing people and running successful teams, Marc will tailor his keynotes and workshops specifically to your audience and objectives.

These may include: –

  • Effective collaboration both internally and externally
  • Is ‘resilience’ always the answer – a different view on this important subject
  • The psychology of working from home and hybrid working models
  • Changing the mental health culture within your organisation
  • Removing the stigma surrounding mental health
  • Creating a happier, more motivated workforce
  • Encouraging respect and enhancing loyalty
  • Boosting productivity and performance
  • Building stronger reputations
  • Reducing absenteeism and presenteeism
  • Improving staff retention whilst attracting top talent

Whilst you’re considering your own mental health goals, here are some statistics and facts to illustrate the importance of speaking out about this critical issue:

  • According to The Royal College of Psychiatrists; ‘Mental illness is the largest single source of burden of disease in the UK’.
  • 676 million people are affected by mental ill health worldwide.
  • Mental health issues account for 91 million lost working days per year costing the UK economy £30 billion.
  • University students are 3 times more likely to suffer from poor mental health than the national average.
  • 10% of children aged 5-16 have a diagnosable condition.
  • 50% of all mental health problems are established by the age of 14 and 75% by 24