Who should join the Institute?
We encourage teams to do this training together!
This program was created for those whose job role includes supporting workplace mental health initiatives, communications, and programs, such as:
Managers and leaders seeking to create an action plan for mental health to support their organization or team.
Leaders and those who work with key decision makers from HR, People, DEI, L&D, and similar disciplines who can influence tangible change by implementing an impactful mental health strategy at their organization.
Managers and leaders at non-profit organizations who want to support their organization or team (learn if you qualify for our scholarship program!).
Due to limited spots and the intended outcome of the program (to drive culture change), Mind Share Partners Institute is most beneficial for people who work for companies of more than 10 people, and not intended for independent consultants. If you do not meet this requirement, please email us on why you would be a good fit for the program at email@example.com.
"I really valued the Mind Share Partners Institute. I felt like the seminar was engaging and I learned so much from the presenters as well as my peers. We were also provided with excellent resource materials which will be great to reference in the future. I strongly recommend this institute to anyone interested in learning on how to improve your company's culture and programming around mental health."
- HR Associate
- Jim Conti | VP of Talent, dScout
The Program & What You'll Learn
The Institute will take place across five 2-hour virtual training sessions using case studies, scenarios, personal reflection, and action planning tools. This program will equip you with core knowledge and skills to support mental health at work, and create an actionable strategy with practical steps that leads to meaningful culture change within your team and organization.
Our online certification program leverages expertise from mental health, management, and legal fields. The program is intentionally limited to a smaller number of participants to allow for deeper engagement during the live, facilitated training sessions to ask questions and share ideas. You’ll meet changemakers from other organizations with similar goals and engage in collaborative breakout sessions throughout the program. The program ends with a capstone project to practice implementing everything you’ve learned.
I. Learn about the prevalence and impact of mental health in the workplace.
Understand the mental health spectrum and the unique role that every employee has in workplace mental health.
Explore mental health within the context of diversity and inclusion.
Learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and how to effectively navigate it
II. Build skills and capabilities to create a culture of support for mental health.
Learn about your unique role as a mental health champion.
Practice starting (and continuing) a conversation with an employee who might be struggling.
Learn proactive practices that create flexibility to support diverse workplace needs.
Learn how to identify key stakeholders and get buy-in.
III. Meet other leaders driving change in their companies.
Share lessons learned in your own organization.
Problem-solve real-life case studies with other professionals.
Learn best practices from peers and provide support to each other as you undergo the difficult work of culture change
Disclaimer: This is not a train-the-trainer program. Completion of this program does not certify individuals to conduct extensive mental health training or provide mental health services or therapy to others.
Join other leaders from companies like:
Electronic Arts (EA)
Hall Capital Partners
San Francisco Stress & Anxiety Center
Utah Department of Health
Benefits of Becoming A Certified Mental Health Champion
Mental health at work has moved from a nice-to-have to a must-have.
Attracting and retaining talent has become a top priority as younger generations are quitting their jobs, questioning the current state of work culture. Our 2021 Mental Health at Work Report found that 81% of Gen Z and 68% of Millennial respondents have left previous roles due, at least in part, to mental health reasons.
As a certified Mental Health Champion you will be equipped to drive true culture change needed to support employee mental health in your organization.
After the Institute...
95% of participants said the Institute equipped them to create a mental health strategy for their organization.
95% would feel comfortable supporting a colleague with their mental health.
90% are more likely to take action on programs, initiatives, or other activities for workplace mental health.
Access to strategy frameworks and deep dives into real case studies
An actionable plan to build on learnings from institute after the 10 week program
The chance to work through challenges you’ve come up against
Access to your instructor with additional questions during the 10 week program
Accountability and collaboration with other changemakers in the program
A certificate of completion and social badge