Join an exclusive network of ERGs from ~300 companies who are committed to creating mentally healthy workplaces.
From mental health to neurodiversity, accessibility, inclusion, and more, learn from and support other like-minded professionals leading mental health culture change within their companies.
Connect, ask questions, and share insights across a variety of topics, from ideas for activities to how to handle confidentiality norms.
Join online meet-ups that feature a variety of formats, from industry expert panels to focused discussions about specific topics.
Information & Resources
Mind Share Partners curates content to help ERG community members continue their learning and work.
Who Can Join?
Mind Share Partners' ERG community welcomes people of all identities who are:
Currently employed at a company or organization
Leading, members of, or thinking about creating an ERG or affinity group
Focused on mental health or includes mental health in their activities or content (such as disabilities, inclusion, neurodiversity, and more)
Why We Created This Community
In the last few years, a growing number of companies have created employee resource groups (ERGs) or affinity groups that are exclusively focused on mental health or include mental health in their programming (e.g., neurodiversity, disability).
Mind Share Partners created this community to equip ERGs with the knowledge and skills to maximize the potential of their communities while building a national network of mental health ERGs.
I personally would like to thank Mind Share Partners for all of your support of this ERG and community from the very beginning when we were unsure, driven, and quite a bit scared on launching something that would make us so vulnerable.
You provided resources and insight that gave us direction, hope, and reminded us that what we were creating would matter to our peers. To which, you were right.
I'm thankful for Mind Share Partners, what you stand for and all that you're creating in this new area of diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
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