Updated Dec 7, 2021 at 7:42 a.m.
- Prince Harry has spoken about the importance of mental health and “mental fitness” on the job.
- In his view, this should be “celebrated” when people leave a job they are not happy with.
Preparing for a long time Prince Harry himself with his wife Megan Herzogen For topics like mental health one. In the spring it was announced that Harry would be working at BetterUp USA as a “Chief Impact Officer”.
On the company’s website, he said he was convinced that “mental fitness” was the key to “recalling the potential and opportunity in us that we had no idea it was overwhelmed by us.” Now he talks about mental health at work.
When he started working at BetterUp, one of the main points was creating awareness of “mental fitness,” as Harry explained in an interview with the magazine. fast . company. One question said the pandemic has accelerated many trends in the workplace. There are more and more people who are suffering from burnout or who are leaving their jobs. But how did Harry adjust his strategy to deal with such things?
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Although the past few years during the coronavirus pandemic seem to have shed light on all of this, in reality these issues have been festering for a long time. Only one at the beginning of a mental health awakening.
“This work has never been more important because people are finally paying attention to it, and a huge part of that mission is creating awareness and continuing to pioneer this conversation,” Harry said.
He himself recently discovered that resignations are not necessarily bad. “In fact, it’s a sign that knowing yourself comes with a need for change,” says Royal. “A lot of people around the world got stuck in jobs that didn’t bring them happiness – and now they put their mental health and happiness first. This is something to celebrate.”
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