Airgility Takes Proactive Steps By Engaging Lead, Inc
Drone Development Company Takes "Work Smarter, Not Harder" Mental Health Course
By: LEAD, Inc.
Airgility's CEO, Pramod Raheja, said, "We care about our team's well being and their ability to balance it all; school, work, social, family, etc. We've been there and we know how difficult life's balancing act can be sometimes. This is important to the culture of our company and we're excited to have LEAD partner with us to help us take a proactive approach rather than a reactive one. "
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience a mental illness in a given year. These conditions impact performance, productivity, retention and cost the U.S. economy $210 billion annually.
LEAD's 90-minute "Work Smarter, Not Harder" course will teach Airgility staff strategies, "hacks," and habits to promote self-care and stress management as a "desk jockey" and connect to positive resources to cope with stress and self-regulate their emotions during the workday.
Through proactive mental health education, LEAD builds company-wide resilience, encourages professionals to practice self-care, and establishes "psychology safety" to catalyze innovation and achievement in the workplace. In fact, LEAD, Inc. is the first company to provide Corporate Mental Health (CMH) (https://docs.google.com/
"To call L.E.A.D's 'Work Smarter, Not Harder' program a success would be an understatement. The crowd thrived under Kyrah's leadership. The combination of hard facts mixed with practical takeaways makes this a must for any organization with a desire for a more in tune and productive staff and a transformation in their thinking around 'wellness'."
-Natalie Kapoulas, Work Better Day Programs, OPX