This SHRM certified 60-90 minute workshop combines education on how to improve workplace mental health and an anonymous mental health check-in and challenges exercise that uses gamified tools that's tailored to your staff.
A check-in on your team's mental health, scheduled at intervals that make sense for your workplace, where participants can anonymously discuss mental health issues that affect them and identify challenges to improve overall individual and department or company mental health.
Our game-approach better engages participants and allows them to connect with one another in a safe, anonymous and innately collaborative virtual environment. Even if it's in-person. Conducting a mental health check and challenge through this methodology gives participants the opportunity to understand themselves on a deeper level and connect with their peers and colleagues over shared challenges and experiences. This uniquely powerful and enjoyable approach ultimately leaves participants feeling listened to, empowered, connected, and further educated on the topic of mental health in the workplace.Book A Free Consult To Learn More
Why DEIBA+? To be honest, because you should do it, you should want to do it, and, oftentimes, you have to do it. But it’s not just the right thing to do, it's good for business. There are a ton of stats, surveys, and graphs we can throw at you to prove that diversity increases productivity, creativity, and overall happiness, but it also has a huge impact on your employer’s internal and external reputation AND your bottom line.
But really, why DEIBA+? Companies typically fall under one of three reasons. The first is the charity angle. It’s the nice thing to do, the feel-good, right thing to do. Maybe you have personal experience in this space. Or maybe a loved one does. But it's a personal connection that brings you to it.
The second is compliance. Many employers are also federal contractors or subcontractors with the government and are obligated to create and update an Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) that maps out their plans to attract, hire and promote diverse talent. This is the 'need-to-do' bucket. You also may be looking to do business with other businesses who are now assessing you much like your jobseekers, customers and your current employees are and it's a built in requirement.
Finally, we have the strategic reason. You want to do it, you understand the need to do it, and it benefits the company and the impact you can make when you develop or strengthen your program.
Where does your company fall? It could be one, or it could be two. Ideally it’s all three. And it’s okay if it’s the charity angle, or the compliance angle, but we’re here to get you to the next level and understand how a strategic approach is going to get you the best results and move your company into a better direction.
Through our games, we’ve heard it all - no leadership buy-in, lack of funding/resources, diverse talent does not apply, we’re not good with change, didn’t work in the past, and/or we don’t know how to take the first step.
You want to be successful, you need to be successful, and you CAN be successful. The fact is diversity increases productivity and creativity as well as impacts your internal and external reputation as a company.
Talent, your current workforce, and customers want to see increased efforts in your programs. Get the talent, keep your talent, AND increase profits. Partner with GoodGames to take your program to the next level.
Everyone Wins When Everyone Plays.
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