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Movement Building

You can be a catalyst for workplace mental health.  



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Mental health is not an “us” vs. “them” issue—we’re all in this together.

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Nearly everyone will face a mental health challenge at some point during their lifetime. That means mental health affects every meeting, every phone call, and every workplace.

And even worse, many organizational cultures create mental health challenges for all employees. What if we could drastically improve individual lives, communities, and professional cultures by reducing stigma, proactively supporting workers' mental health, and building healthy and sustainable work cultures?


Join the Movement

Download our toolkit where we’ve identified three foundational and research-backed first steps that any organization and its people can start with to normalize mental health and promote a mentally healthy workplace.



People Leaders

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Mind Share Partners is leading the movement for workplace mental health.


As an early pioneer and visionary in the workplace mental health movement, Mind Share Partners is building the movement through cutting-edge thought leadership, timely free resources, campaigns, and strategic partnerships to amplify our message and drive change. We provide tools, resources, and support for organizations and leaders who want to join us. 

Thought Leadership

Read our latest perspectives in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and other media.


Mind Share Partners served as an expert advisor to the U.S. Surgeon General's new Framework For Mental Health & Well-Being In The Workplace.

Free Resources

Download our free online toolkits or explore our blog.

Events & Speaking

Check out our latest press and media appearances.

Champion Support

Learn about our free, virtual community for mental health ERGs or nonprofit scholarships for the Mind Share Partners Institute.
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Check out our Leaders Go First campaign, featuring videos of C-level leaders telling their own stories of mental health.

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Download our guide in partnership with iStock by Getty Images for how to depict mental health in the workplace.


Core Truths

Our Goals

Outcomes  We Seek

  • Mental health matters at work because work impacts our mental health. 

  • Mental health is intrinsically tied to our identities and experiences.

  • Mentally healthy workplaces make work better for everyone.

  • Supporting workplace mental health requires leadership commitment and action. 

  • Mental health can be embedded into what you are already doing. 

  • Normalize mental health at work for everyone.

  • Build mentally healthy cultures to replace harmful workplace factors with sustainable practices that protect and sustain employee wellbeing

  • Shifting from being seen as an individual employee’s responsibility to a collective responsibility in organizations.

  • Fundamentally being woven into how organizations operate and the ways we work.

Leading With a DEIB Lens

Mental health at work is integral to the future of work and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB). Every demographic group—and those at their intersections—experience mental health in the workplace differently. An intersectional and systems change lens is a core tenant of our strategy and is integrated into all our work with clients and our Movement Building work.
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Mental health is universal, and challenges are increasingly the norm.

76% of U.S. workers reported experiencing at least one symptom of a mental health condition in the past year.

The workplace drives mental health and other long-health outcomes.

84% of employees reported at least one workplace factor had negatively impacted their mental health.

Workers are prioritizing mental health.

91% of job seekers think it is important for a company’s culture to support mental health, and 50% have left jobs for mental health reasons.

Stigma is real (still).

8 in 10 employees say stigma keeps them from getting treatment, and only half of U.S. workers got a positive response when talking about mental health at work.

Culture efforts pay off.

Awareness-building programs have a 6:1 ROI, compared to reactive, treatment-focused programs at 3:1.

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Learn more in Mind Share Partners' 2021 Mental Health at Work Report >

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