Prioritizing Mental Health During Coronavirus and Beyond, a CHRO’s Perspective
HR leaders understand that prioritizing mental health is important during this moment of heightened stress and anxiety. They also understand that the coronavirus, shelter-in-place, and market uncertainty bring long-term mental health challenges for their workforce that need to be addressed.
Join Jeff Brodsky, CHRO of Morgan Stanley, in conversation with Sean McBride, to hear his perspective on why prioritizing mental health should be a strategic goal for all businesses to adapt to the long-term implications of the coronavirus.
In this on-demand webinar Jeff shares:
- Why mental health is a top priority for Morgan Stanley
- What benefits and strategies can help to address this growing need
- How Morgan Stanley is supporting their employees during coronavirus
- What you can do to help address the long-term needs of your workforce
CHRO, Morgan Stanley
Jeff is the Chief Human Resources Officer at Morgan Stanley where he also serves as a member of the firm’s Operating Committee. Since joining Morgan Stanley in 1987, he has held various senior HR positions, becoming a managing director in 2001. Previously, Jeff led HR for many of the firm’s businesses including Global Wealth Management, Investment Management, the Corporate functions, and Discover.
Head of Partnerships, Lyra Health
Sean leads Lyra’s new partnership efforts with employers. Prior to Lyra, Sean worked at Castlight Health, The White House’s National Economic Council, The Brookings Institution’s Health Care Reform Center, and Khulisa Management Services.