Mental Health

  1. Resilience is dead. Long live resilience.

    Demand for resilience as a work skill is surging due to the pandemic. But we need resilient communities, not people forced to adapt to broken systems.

    • Decision Makers
    • Workers
  2. Psyched: why we always imagine the worst

    Why are people more inclined to imagine the worst-case scenario over the best one? How do we keep from stressing over the worst possible outcome?

    • Workers
    • Decision Makers
  3. It's not a burnout. It's moral injury.

    Who to give a bed to? Who to save? These are some morally hazardous questions medics face today, leading to moral injury. But can it affect you too?

    • Workers
  4. "My ADHD is my professional strength"

    Mickaël, a 36-year-old UX designer at Ubisoft, explains how ADHD has impacted his professional life...and made it better.

    • Workers
  5. How to cope with your depression at work

    If you're experiencing depression at work, this guide will help you keep your professional life intact while prioritising your mental health.

    • Workers
  6. How to cope with grief at work

    1 in 10 people in the UK are affected by bereavement at any given time. Here, experts share some life tips on how to cope with grief at work.

    • Workers