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Read our feature in Harvard Business Review.

The article covers key findings from our Mind Share Partners Mental Health at Work 2019 Report as well as strategies for companies looking to create a culture of support for mental health at work.

Check out our interview with HBR's The Anxious Achiever podcast as well with Mind Share Partners' Founder & CEO Kelly Greeenwood where we delve deeper into designing a mentally healthy workplace.

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Featured Articles & Press

Bridgespan | Five Ways to Create a Culture of Openness at Work Around Mental Health

Buzzfeed | A Panel Of Business Leaders Shared How Workplaces Can Support Mental Health

Forbes | Feeling Less Alone This Mental Health Awareness Month

Forbes | Suicidal Thoughts Are More Common Than You Might Think: How Workplaces Can Help Reduce The Stigma

Forbes | Should My Company Hire An Onsite Therapist?

Forbes | The Changing Landscape Of Masculinity And Men’s Mental Health In The Workplace
Forbes | The Futility of Mental Health Days

Forbes | This World Mental Health Day, Consider How You Can Reduce Stigma At Work
Forbes | We Need A New Kind Of Business Leader: Why 50% Of Millennial And 75% Of Gen-Z Workers Are Quitting Their Jobs For Their Mental Health

Harvard Business Review | 8 Ways Managers Can Support Employees’ Mental Health

Harvard Business Review | Designing the Mentally Healthy Workplace

Harvard Business Review | How to Form a Mental Health Employee Resource Group

Harvard Business Review | Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health

HR Dive | 5 Ways to Show Prospective Applicants That Your Company Supports Mental Health

Thrive Global | 5 ways to show prospective applicants that your company supports mental health

Thrive Global | A Conversation On Workplace Mental Health in Silicon Valley
Thrive Global | Introducing Mental Health at Work

TIME | Millennial Employees Are Getting Companies to Radically Rethink Workers’ Mental Health

Training Magazine | 5 Essentials When Implementing Mental Health Training

Wall Street Journal |  Is It OK to Reveal Your Anxiety or Depression to Your Boss?

Mentions & Features

Barrons | How Investors Can Talk to Entrepreneurs About Mental Health

Benefits Pro | Employees quit when mental health issues aren't addressed

Brit + Co | The One Healthy Thing All Successful People Do, According to Arianna Huffington

Business Insider | 50% of millennials have left a job for mental-health reasons, a new study found — and it speaks to some of the biggest problems plaguing the entire generation

Bustle | Leaving A Job For Mental Health Is An Option, A New Survey Says

CNBC | Half of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have quit jobs for mental health reasons

Employment Law Handbook | Dealing Compassionately with Employees with Mental Health Conditions

Fast Company | Mental health symptoms? Yes. Comfortable discussing them at work? No

Forbes | 10 Things Employers and Employees Should Know About Mental Health at Work

HR Dive | Workers crave an accepting culture for mental health issues

INC | Why Companies Can No Longer Ignore This Significant Employee Issue

INC | The First Step in Finding a Mentor Is Being Able to Leave Your Ego at the Door

KPIX 5 | Study: Millennials And Gen Zers More Likely To Quit Their Job For Mental Health Reasons

Ladders | Is how your company handles mental health a dealbreaker?

Market Watch | Millennials and Generation Z are more likely to quit their jobs over mental-health issues

National Geographic | Workers crave an accepting culture for mental health issues

New York Times | Culture change is the cutting edge of mental health benefits at work

Quartz | Can the dreaded compliance meeting save our workforce from a mental-health crisis?

Reuters | Culture change is the cutting edge of mental health benefits at work

SHRM | Different demographic groups experience mental health challenges in unique ways

SHRM | Experiencing Negative Mental Health Symptoms? You're not alone.
SHRM | Workers Say Their Companies Cause Them Mental Health Problems

SurveyMonkey | 5 Things HR Teams Get Wrong About Company Culture

Teleumundo | Millennials leave their jobs for mental health reasons

Vice | Workplace Discrimination Is a Major Mental Health Issue for LGBTQ People

World Economic Forum | We need to talk about mental health at work, say employees

Speaking & Interviews

Culture Amp | Mental Health & DEI: Considerations for Inclusive Workplaces

Forte Foundation | Mental Health At Work: A Livestream Conversation With Kelly Greenwood

Harvard Business Review’s Anxious Achievers Podcast | Designing the Mentally Healthy Workplace

SHRM’s Inclusion 2019 Conference: Smart Stage | Navigating Mental Health At Work: A Personal Story Illustrates What You Should (and Shouldn't) Do

SHRM’s Inclusion 2019 Conference: Workshop | Why Mental Health Is the Next Frontier of Diversity & Inclusion & Pinterest | Burnout: How to Survive (And Thrive) in Today's Always On Culture

World Disrupt Forum’s Human Innovation Summit | Allyship Panel

Media requests

Working on a story involving mental health in the workplace? Mind Share Partners is a leading expert and thought leader on this topic and can provide research-backed insights, perspectives, and case studies to support your story.


  • How executives can address mental health stigma in the workplace

  • Why mental health is the next frontier of diversity and inclusion

  • The true state of mental health in U.S. workplaces today

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Mind Share Partners is a nonprofit changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. We do this through movement building, professional communities, and workshops.

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Quotes & Testimonials

“Mind Share Partners has been such a valuable thought partner.  We received so many positive comments from attendees about how much they learned from the sessions, and most importantly, that they aren't alone in their struggles with mental health.”

Lincy Suen
HR Business Partner, NerdWallet

“What I got was a partnership with an organization focused on addressing mental health in the workplace from many different angles. All of those things together showed us as an employer concrete things we can do to break down the barriers of stigma.”

Robert Gill
Director of People Operations, Checkr

“Not acknowledging that millions are dealing with mental health conditions is costing an enormous amount both in terms of dollars and cents and, more importantly, people's lives."

Arianna Huffington
Founder & CEO, Thrive Global

"After the Mind Share Partners conference, we created our own Mental Health Fund, since our health insurance excludes it, and talked about it so our team knew we had their back and they'd be covered for emergency care for suicidal thoughts, etc. It's a start. Stigma runs deep. It's good that [Mind Share Partners] is helping workplaces talk about it!"


Mental Health at Work Mini-Conference, May 2018

"I’d spent my academic and professional lives in high-performing, competitive environments, which made my shame and embarrassment that much greater. While I’m proud of many of my accomplishments, I am far and away the most proud of learning how to manage my anxiety disorder, which is hands down the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. 

Kelly Greenwood
Founder & CEO, Mind Share Partners

From "Our Story," Mind Share Partners

“Support is something we can provide partially through traditional benefits. But that’s not enough. A culture that allows employees to take care of themselves and their families is crucial."

Cotter Cunningham
Founder & CEO, RetailMeNot

From "How to Build a Culture That Supports Employees' Mental Health"

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