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Time to Talk How are you Are you okay

Time to Talk: How are you? Are you okay?

It’s important to encourage them to talk about it, but make it clear you would like to hear about what’s bothering them. They shouldn’t feel like you’re forcing them to talk. A simple phrase like, “Let’s have a chat” or “What’s been going on with you?”

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Mazars Talking about Mental Health - Steves Story

Mazars: Talking about Mental Health - Steve's Story

Steve, a Tax Director at Mazars shares his experience with mental health in the workplace, the benefits of talking and how Mazars supported him. One thing I do know is that if I hadn’t talked to them about my mental health, I’d probably not have been promoted to Tax Director this year.

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Kelly Osborne on Wates approach to improving mental health

Kelly Osborne on Wates' approach to improving mental health

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” This quote (usually attributed to Charles Darwin) articulates how essential resilience is to our survival. 

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