Even prior to the pandemic, we were seeing a shift in how workplaces consider mental health. Since then, leading organizations are shifting to recognize that mental health matters, that our workplaces play a significant role in our mental health, and that collectively we can cultivate mentally healthy cultures by rethinking the way we work. Leaders not only have a duty of care to meet this moment, but have a unique ability to influence culture change with a measured and thoughtful approach. This unprecedented period of change must be embraced to help your organization and your employees thrive.
Carrie Grogan leads impact-focused advising for companies and leaders on how to create a culture of support for mental health in the workplace. She facilitates Mind Share Partners’ workplace training and leads strategic projects to reduce stigma, increase belonging, and empower organizations and employees to thrive. Carrie has worked with companies like Workday, Morrison Foerster, Canadian Tire, and YMCA of Greater Richmond.
Carrie is passionate about identifying and creating innovative opportunities for employees to learn more about their values, strengths, and teams. An experienced facilitator, she has developed and implemented many online and in-person workshops, courses, dialogue sessions, and curriculums for broad audiences on topics such as emotional intelligence, inclusive language, effective mentorship, conflict resolution and values-based leadership.
Carrie holds a Master of Education and a Bachelor of Specialized Studies from Ohio University. She is Mental Health First Aid trained and holds an Instructor Certificate in Strengths-Based Education from Gallup.
Check-In & Networking
ManpowerGroup World Headquarters
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Welcome & Introduction
Q&A and Wrap-up
Our parking structure is located at the northeast corner of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Cherry Street. Visitor parking is accessible from Cherry Street. Turn east off of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive onto Cherry Street to enter the parking structure. 2-hour Street Parking is also available on Cherry St.
Enter from the main entrance facing the Milwaukee River located across the street from our parking structure. Please present your photo ID to our Building Ambassadors, who will be there to greet you. Please do not enter the building from Cherry Street.
Contact Usadmin@sewi-atd.orgPhone: 608-204-9815Association ManagersSeth TrickelHeather L. Dyer, CAE