4 questions to ask and deepen together:
Is the organization internally rather ahead of the curve (upstream) or lagging behind (downstream) on mental health issues?
Externally, does the level of social acceptance on mental health issues tend towards stigmatization or understanding?
Does the organization use data intelligence as a reference and digital as a tool to adapt to the situation?
Is the organization aware of mental health issues at all levels of its organization and society?
4 plan options (and what it means):
Sensitization (showing leadership, internally and externally, on mental health issues, and measuring the impact)
Information (going further in documenting mental health issues, including through the development of specific performance indicators)
Correction (lowering the risk by taking an organizational turn for better mental and overall health, including adding the human at the center of the strategy, while having quantified objectives)
Mobilization (involving all stakeholders in the organization in order to catch up on mental and global health issues, including through training and coaching, while monitoring progress)
4 steps we can help you with:
Diagnose the state of your organization, including the repercussions of mental health issues on productivity, using an appropriately developed methodology.
Monitor the context, from local to international, and best practices using our information and risk analysis tools as well as our network.
Identify where you are and/or where you want to be on the map and define the (sensitization, information, correction, mobilization) plan tailored accordingly.
Intervene in our fields of expertise in order to support you in the success of the plan, whether in capacity building (consulting) and/or in complementarity with your internal team (steering), whether it is to intervene structurally (strategy, leaders, governance, operations) and/or individually (managers, employees, partners).