Employers are positioned to influence their employees' mental health not only by purchasing effective benefits, but also by ensuring their workplaces are supportive environments.
Putting the pieces in place requires internal partnerships within organizations as well as various support measures working together. Looking to best-in-class examples of employers or the recently released framework for workplace mental health and well-being by the U.S. Surgeon General is a start, but how can organizations start putting these systems in place?
In this webinar, join WellRight’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. K. Andrew Crighton as he discusses how to foster supportive workplaces and how leaders can embrace workplace mental health. He will share his experience building a strong culture of mental health in a Fortune 50 corporation and as Chair of Applications for the Carolyn C. Mattingly Mental Health in the Workplace Award.
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About Our Presenter
Dr. K. Andrew Crighton
Andrew Crighton joined WellRight in 2022 as Chief Medical Officer. He brings extensive experience designing innovative programs and initiatives to connect individual and corporate wellness with a special focus on health disparities and mental health in the workplace.
Previously, he served as Chief Executive Officer at CEO Roundtable on Cancer and Project Data Sphere® and as Chief Medical Officer and head of the Global Health Organization for Prudential. In both roles, Dr. Crighton oversaw health, safety, medical, and business consultation services and spearheaded initiatives pertaining to global health emergency planning.
Away from work, Dr. Crighton enjoys golf, racquetball, and tending to his horses. He and his wife have three adult children and two “practically perfect” grandchildren.