Mind Share Partners is a national nonprofit that is changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. In any given year, 1 in 5 Americans will have a diagnosable mental health condition—that means mental health affects every meeting, every phone call, and every workplace. We believe that if workplaces commit to supporting their employees with mental health conditions, we can drastically improve individual lives, company cultures, and workplace productivity.
We are a nationally distributed team with headquarters in San Francisco, and we offer three programs:
1. Movement Building: Mind Share Partners is leading the social movement to create mentally healthy workplaces. We normalize mental health at work by engaging in public discussion at events and in thought pieces, and by coaching senior leaders to be changemakers. We run two columns on workplace mental health in Forbes and Thrive Global and have written for Harvard Business Review. Our work has been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, TIME, and more.
2. Workshops & Advising: We help executives, managers, and colleagues to build safe spaces, facilitate hard conversations, and learn tools and strategies to navigate mental health at work. We've worked with industry leaders in tech, finance, professional services, and retail, including Verizon Media, Genentech, Morrison & Foerster, and others.
3. Professional Communities: We connect professionals with other successful peers around workplace mental health topics, including hosting a virtual community to support company-sponsored employee resource groups.
We envision a world in which everyone is open about their conditions and accepted by others, enabling them to get the treatment that they need to thrive. For more information, please visit mindsharepartners.org.
Mind Share Partners is a national nonprofit that is changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. In any given year, 1 in 5 Americans will have a diagnosable mental health condition…