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Mental Health in the Workplace

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West Shore Country Club, 100 Brentwater Rd
Camp Hill, PA 17011 United States

8:00am-8:30am: Breakfast & Networking
8:30am-10:00am: Seminar / Q&A

As a leader, are you prepared to deal with mental health in your organization? Mental health matters affect 20% of our workforce (NAMI). This seminar is for all company leaders and will provide information on the prevalence of mental health issues, its impact to the workplace, and how to properly approach it. We will address strategies for building an organization that is prepared to address the needs of the employees as well as control the safety and financial impact of mental health.

Our in-person, monthly HR Breakfast & Buzz seminars run September through May (we are off in the summer for good behavior).  These professional development and relevant business topics provide your leaders tools to help your organization succeed and thrive over your competition.

 

    

*Credits pending but expected

Details

Date:
January 8
Time:
8:00 am - 10:00 am

Venue

West Shore Country Club
100 Brentwater Rd
Camp Hill, PA 17011 United States
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About the Speaker

  • John Troutman

    National Director of Business Development & Marketing at Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP Services

    John Troutman is the National Director of Business Development & Marketing at Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP Services, a subsidy of Pyramid Healthcare. In addition to business development, he is a keynote speaker, corporate consultant, and a personal work/life coach to a number of clients. He has been with Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP for over 6 years.

    Prior to joining the Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP team, John has 20 years of experience in public speaking, marketing and brand awareness working with companies like OnFire Network, Royal Buna Coffee, Inspirational Films, and Sotheby’s International Realty. He has spoken to groups ranging from five to five thousand and has addressed leadership teams in locales ranging from Millersville to Moscow.

    He is a survivor of burnout and brings the lessons personally learned to help corporate leaders improve their mental health awareness, develop methods to enhance corporate climate, and implement strategies that will boost their employee’s wellbeing and the company’s bottom line.

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