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Engaging Around Mental Health and Personal Safety with Your Team Members

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While the world continues to largely transition to a remote workforce to prevent the spread of COVID-19, a more isolated work environment, including the home, is not always a safe place physically and mentally for many of your team members. Join us for an engaging discussion to explore how you can effectively engage your team members around challenging mental health issues.

Megan Nail with FirstPerson Advisors and Tiffany Hanson with LUNA Language Services will lead a virtual fireside chat with local subject matter experts about communicating with team members about mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, domestic violence and volatile, unsafe environments. Our goal is to provide you with communication support and resources to make a difference for your employees.

Learning Objectives:

  • Acknowledge how the work environment has changed for many employees.
  • Discuss possible and proven mental health effects from these changes.
  • Identify possible tactics that you can utilize to appropriately connect with your employees and meaningful support resources that may be valuable to share.
  • Ask your questions about specific challenges you have faced to receive direct feedback and advice.

🎟 This online event is free to attend! Please RSVP using the “Register” button to receive the link to attend. Once registered, you will receive a calendar invite from tiffany@luna360.com with the online event link.

🤟 An ASL interpreter will be provided for all of our community memebrs to utilize.

🎥 This event will be recorded for registered attendees to access after the live event.

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👥 Conversation Leaders:

Megan Nail , VP Total Rewards Practice, FirstPerson Advisors

As VP, Total Rewards Practice at FirstPerson, Megan advises clients on how to meet their organization’s goals through total rewards and human resources strategy. Megan is also the State Director for HR Indiana SHRM. Megan has her Master of Science in Organizational Communication from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Dayton. She also possesses professional certifications including Certified Compensation Professional, SHRM-SCP, and SPHR-CA.

Tiffany Hanson, Outreach and Engagement Manager, LUNA Language Services

Tiffany Hanson is an ultimate connector and avid community engagement enthusiast. Tiffany spends a majority of her day-time hours representing LUNA Language Services, engaged in opportunities to further language access initiatives for immigrants, refugees, and members of the Deaf and hard of hearing communities. Tiffany also works with Indy Pride as the Director of Marketing and Communications and volunteers with fabulous organizations like the Diversity Roundtable of Central Indiana, the IPS Education Foundation, and the Indiana Latino Expo.

👥 Subject Matter Experts:

Amy Adolay, Partner & Chair of Labor and Employment Practice Group, Krieg DeVault LLP

Amy Adolay serves as the Chair of Krieg DeVault’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, and focuses her practice on employment law counseling and litigation. She counsels employers on complex human resources issues that arise on a daily basis in the workplace and defends employers before administrative agencies and in state and federal courts. Ms. Adolay handles a wide variety of types of claims, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, family and medical leave, disabilities, unemployment compensation, wage and hour, and restrictive covenants. She also routinely reviews, revises, and drafts employment related documents such as employee handbooks, employment policies and procedures, employment agreements, severance and retention agreements, and non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.

Kelly McBride,Executive Director, Domestic Violence Network

Kelly McBride has been with the Domestic Violence Network since 2010, serving as the executive director for the past 7 years. She serves on a variety of councils and boards including the Children who witness crime violence reduction task force and the FBI citizens academy board of directors. She is passionate about ending domestic violence and believes everyone deserves a safe and healthy home. Kelly earned her Master of Social Work from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2007.

Kimble Richardson, Manager, Business Development and Referrals, Community Health Network – Behavioral Health

Kimble Richardson is licensed in Indiana as a mental health counselor, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, and clinical addiction counselor with over 30 years of experience in healthcare. He is the Manager of Business Development for Behavioral Health at Community Health Network. He has advanced training and experience in crisis intervention and is the coordinator of the network’s internal peer crisis response team, coordinator for the District 5 Resilience and Emotional Support Team, and a consultant for numerous First Responder agencies.

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LUNA Language Services
First Person Advisors