Leader Mental Wellness Counseling
Supporting the Mental Health of Your Key Leadership
Mental health is essential for all individuals, including leaders
All employees will experience periods of intensive stress in the workplace. Leaders, however, experience higher stress levels than non-leader employees, according to 2020 Harvard Business Review research that reported 62% of leaders being highly stressed, compared to 28% of non-leaders.
Ongoing high stress levels can have a deep impact on leaders’ mental wellness, engagement, and performance. And when combined with trauma, personal issues, family challenges, or other disruptions, can exact a deep personal and professional toll.
R3’s Leader Mental Wellness Counseling is the only behavioral health support of its kind, built to meet the specific needs and challenges of leaders in high-test, high-stress roles and industries.
Upon making one call, we match an individual leader with a counselor best suited to their needs, preferences, and goals within one business day with a 94% accuracy rating. That counselor will then reach out within 24 hours, guaranteed. Support is easily accessible, convenient, and completely confidential.
Leaders already have enough tough decisions in one day – let the decision to seek out and access expert support be the easiest one they can make.
Protect the psychological wellbeing of your organizational leaders
Leaders are often required to make complex decisions that impact their organization’s success. Mental health challenges can impair cognitive function and decision-making abilities, leading to poor choices and mistakes. By prioritizing their mental health, leaders can ensure that they are in the best possible state to make informed and effective decisions without being affected by emotions, stress, or anxiety.
Leaders need to communicate effectively with their teams, stakeholders, and other external parties. Good mental health enables leaders to communicate clearly, confidently, and with empathy.
Leaders face constant pressure and challenges, which can lead to burnout, stress, and other mental health issues. Optimal mental health enables leaders to build resilience, cope with stress, and bounce back from setbacks.
Leaders need to be creative and innovative in finding solutions to problems and driving growth. Sound mental health enables leaders to think creatively, generate new ideas, and take calculated risks.
Good mental health enables leaders to be productive and efficient, manage their time effectively, and prioritize their tasks.
Leaders need to manage and motivate their teams, provide support, and foster a positive work culture. Optimal mental health enables leaders to lead by example, inspire their teams, and build strong relationships.
Leaders who prioritize their own mental health are better equipped to support the mental health of their teams. When leaders are open about their own struggles with mental health, it can help to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues and create a more supportive culture within the organization. Leaders who prioritize mental health are also more likely to create policies and programs that support the mental health of their employees.