Everymind at Work was a business that started for Paul as an idea on a notepad, driven by personal loss. It has now become a mental well-being partner supporting 100s of organisations in their fight against mental health stigma.
Paul wants to create change as a son, brother, husband, and dad to three boys.
Paul is also the author of “Man Up, Man Down”. Paul’s mission is to make a difference to just ONE person at a time. That’s all that matters.
In this “Everymind at Work: Tackling Mental Health in the Workplace” episode with Paul McGregor on The HR L&D Podcast, we also explore:
- What do the words human resources mean to you?
- What has been your experience of suicide?
- Tell us about your journey of recovery.
- Could you share the journey that led you to become a mental well-being expert?
- Suicide is currently the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK – why is this?
- Your biggest threat to your life is you – why?
- What is Everymind At Work?
- Why is a proactive, blended approach to mental health critical for success?
- Tell us about your book “Man Up Man Down”.
- What is the mental health question we often forget to ask?
- What actions can an HR leader take to improve workplace mental health initiatives?
Links highlighted in this “Everymind at Work: Tackling Mental Health in the Workplace” episode are included below:
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmcgregorcom/
- Website: https://everymindatwork.com/
- Book: Man Up Man Down: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Man-Up-Down-Standing-Inspirational/dp/1912478463
- Email: [email protected]
- The host of The HR L&D Podcast – LinkedIn Profile: Nick Day
- Leading HR Recruiters: JGA HR Recruitment
- Enjoyed this show? Why not also check out our other podcast focused on all aspects of payroll: The Payroll Podcast
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Thanks for listening – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the HR L&D Podcast soon!