Remember the “good old days” when employees were told to leave their feelings, their personal wellbeing, their personal baggage at the door? My, oh my, how things have changed. While many leaders acknowledge the importance of mental health in the workplace, they are a long way from figuring out how to do it right. That’s why we consider ourselves lucky that the renowned organizational psychologist Melissa Doman took some time out of her busy schedule to help us decode the why, how, and what of mental health in the workplace and find better ways to achieve success.
Who is Melissa Doman?
Melissa Doman, MA is an Organizational Psychologist, Former Clinical Mental Health Therapist, & Author of Yes, You Can Talk About Mental Health at Work (Here’s Why And How To Do It Really Well). Melissa works with companies across industries around the globe – including clients like Google, Dow Jones, Microsoft, Salesforce, Siemens, Estée Lauder, & Janssen. She’s been featured as a subject matter expert in Vogue, the BBC, CNBC, Inc., and in LinkedIn’s 2022 Top 10 Voices on Mental Health. Having lived abroad in South Korea, England, Australia and traveled to 45+ countries, Melissa calls upon her global experiences to inform how she works with companies around the world. She has one core goal: to equip companies, individuals, and leaders to have constructive conversations about mental health, team dynamics, and communication in the workplace. Her work and book aim to accomplish just that. To learn more about Melissa, her work, or the book, please visit www.melissadoman.com.