As it is known, mental health is a significant part of our lives. It is as important as our physical health. In fact, both are correlated. If a person is struggling with depression or stress, that is going to affect their physical health in the long run and vice versa.
However, even though very important, mental health often has to take a backseat, considering how we do not make time to nurture our inner selves. We mostly prioritize our physical health by following a workout routine and maintaining a healthy diet. But what we often forget is to take care of our mental well-being.
In this podcast, Rachel Druckenmiller talks about her journey in mental wellness and how it plays a crucial role in our lives.
About the Speaker
As the CEO of UNMUTED, a training and development company, Rachel Druckenmiller is on a mission to ignite resilience, connection, engagement and compassion in organizations, leaders and teams. Recognized by The Daily Record as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women of 2022, Forbes as a Next1000 honoree in 2021, the #1 Health Promotion Professional in the U.S. by the Wellness Council of America in 2015, and a 40 Under 40 Game Changer in 2019, Rachel is a national thought leader in the field of employee engagement and wellbeing.
She has facilitated nearly 300 virtual learning experiences since March 2020 as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and leadership trainer. Rachel has spoken to leaders at a wide range of organizations, including Citizens Bank, Sherwin-Williams, the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Education Association and the American Heart Association. Follow her on LinkedIn, subscribe to her Unmute Yourself LinkedIn newsletter and learn more about her work on her website at www.unmutedlife.com.
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(02:23) Tell us about your journey in the area of mental wellness.
(05:28) Do you think mental health is often overlooked and physical wellness is more prioritized?
(07:58) What do you think are the main factors that play a big role in a stable mental health?
(11:50) What can employers do to help employees with their mental health?
(15:13) What is the importance of mental health in the workplace?
(17:00) Is having a poor mental health and mental sickness same thing?
(19:37) What are the factors affecting employees' mental health at work that often leads to burnout?
(24:30) What is your take on corporate wellness programs? Do you think they can help with ensuring a good mental health for the employees?
(28:00) Do you have any other valuable suggestions for our listeners?
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