Every year, May is marked as Mental Health Awareness Month to raise support and normalize conversations on mental health issues. There is no doubt that the pandemic has created a deep impact on people’s mental health across the globe. And our work environments play a critical role here.
Whether it is the need to nurture more psychological safety at work or for leaders to build more empathy, organizations need to initiate meaningful conversations to safeguard their employees and build happier and healthier workplaces.
Here are our leading experts on mental health who can bring their perspectives to your organization. Start a conversation that matters. Our team can help you identify the right voices as well as formats for your needs, including live sessions, keynotes, podcasts, workshops, videos and more.
Srikumar Rao is the founder of The Rao Institute, a unique community dedicated to helping individuals live lives of extraordinary accomplishment and deep fulfilment. Rao is also an adviser to senior business executives, whom he helps find deeper meaning and engagement in their work. His highly popular course “Creativity & Personal Mastery” teaches students how to discover their unique purpose, creativity and happiness.
Gaur Gopal Das shares spiritual insights to help people live happier and more holistic life. Serving in the leadership at ISKCON, he has spoken at various prestigious colleges. He has been actively involved in guiding leading doctors and medical professionals. And has also worked with leading corporate firms like Infosys, Barclays, E&Y, and Macintosh Inc.
A versatile, award-winning veteran actor, Ashish channels his captivating screen presence into highly motivating, engaging and interactive talks. Through his sessions, Ashish applies his storytelling skills to incite positivity and creativity and unleash the inner potential of his audience. His entrepreneurial venture, Avid Miner, focuses on helping organizations through their specific needs and challenges by curating out-of-the-box, customized modules.
With 18 years of experience in High-Performance Sporting environments, Shyamal has worked as a performance coach to various high-profile athletes, assisting them to enhance their competitive edge. Two decades on the field and three years of living as a monk taught him the art and science of work-life balance. Today, he focuses on healing the body and mind with science and spirituality.
Poojya Swami Sukhabodhananda is an Indian monk and sought-after “corporate guru” who helps people by deconstructing and decoding critical challenges in their personal and corporate lives toward providing holistic solutions. His sessions focus on bringing clarity without adding to redundant beliefs and concepts; thus “understanding, transforming and transcending the mind”.
Deepak Kashyap (He/Him) is a counselling therapist and life skills trainer with extensive experience in corporate wellness and diversity and inclusion initiatives. He has been working in the field for over 10 years, providing emotional and mental health support both in-person and online. Deepak’s expertise lies in developing and delivering programs for organisational mental health initiatives, anti-racism and anti-oppression frameworks, Diversity and Inclusion training and LGBTQ2S+ leadership and rights activism.
Nasreen Khan brings simplicity, authenticity and commitment to whatever she chooses to do. As a Coach and Facilitator, she loves supporting individuals and organizations to be their best. With three decades of experience, Nasreen has learnt the importance of balancing the philosophical with the practical. She immensely enjoys conducting “Happiness and Positivity” workshops, which she has run for over a decade now.
Astute, passionate and perceptive, Eika, believes in deriving faith from the ‘power of within’. Along with talking about women’s issues and diversity, she brings her unique perspective on Indian history, mythology and yoga to a corporate environment. Her sessions teach that one only needs to turn inwards in any context for the right answers – be it individual, organisational, national or global.
A computer engineer by education, Tribes Strategist by experience and a personal transformation enthusiast at heart, Gautam brings his unique perspective to learning in the modern world, touching on ideas like belief hacking, authenticity, personal mastery and finding your tribe. At the very core of everything he creates, lies the playful, adventurous, and passionate energy that Gautam brings to the table.
Leena Gupta is the founder of the Wellness company, “Vibrant Living with Leena”. Her sessions focus on various aspects of self-improvement, such as building mindfulness through movement therapy; emotional wellness and intelligence; self-love and handling change and adversity. With her powerful techniques, Leena takes her clients from ideas to completion; from concepts to action plans; from inner potential to dynamic solutions.
Sandeep Nath is best defined as an Inner Power Coach, running interventions that result in people rising to, and sustaining, their higher potential. With a thought-provoking, insightful and direct style, he quickly engages audiences and individuals to change and think differently. His interventions are based on his belief that behaviour is an outcome of thinking. And to bring individuals into action, one must work on their thought perceptions, which in turn is achieved through habits.
A stand-up comedian, triathlete, and environmentalist, Vasu is also a sought-after expert in somatic therapy, having worked with victims of Child Sexual Abuse, Autism, and ADHD. Somatic therapy is a form of body-centred therapy that looks at the connection of mind and body and uses both psychotherapy and physical therapies for holistic healing.
An influencer and entrepreneur in the Wellness space, Dr Renuka shares inspiring lessons on leading a healthy and holistic lifestyle, specifically the importance of preventive medicine. Her passion lies in preventive healthcare and promoting healthy lifestyles to prevent non-communicable lifestyle diseases. Renuka has worked closely with women and children, starting with addressing young adults at schools, colleges, corporate offices and various women’s organizations.
Satya is often referred to as an “adventurer’s adventurer” and is widely recognized today as one of the most accomplished adventurers in the world. Combining his adventure career of over 40 years through some of the most hostile and remotest environs on earth along with his Armed Forces background, Satya delivers power-packed presentations to inspire and motivate people around the world.
Talk to our team to identify and engage with the right voices for your organization for Mental Health Awareness Month.
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