Employee Well Being is one of the largest threats to a company's mission readiness.
Mission readiness refers to an organization's ability to understand, plan, program, and fulfill core mission responsibilities, even and especially in the face of emerging threats and other major changes in circumstance.
From the pandemic shut downs, to the isolation and challenges of working from home, that create a host of new responsibilities with daily pressures, mental health is now a major factor affecting employees.
With the emerging desire for companies to grow social impact initiatives, it is critical to include good health and wellbeing as one of the top priorities.
Each day employees carry around invisible weight and the stress is spilling over into work and families. Richelle Futch refers to this as our emotional backpack or ruck.
Richelle Futch is counseling and teaching preventive mental health to people in high stress occupations and the military. Richelle is both a teacher and an innovator helping organizations break through the emotions and restraints to strengthen the wise minds we have.
Learn significant solutions leaders can implement to combat the complex mental health problem inside their organizations to:
• Reduce Stress
• Increase Focus
• Improve Emotion Regulation
• Increase Emotional Intelligence
• Increase Empathy and Respect
• Increase Resilience
• Improve Physical Well-Being
• Improve Creativity & Collaboration.
Richelle Futch is a serial entrepreneur who has built and scaled multiple ventures across technology, education, nonprofit and service based industries. She is a licensed clinical social worker, Marine Corps veteran and active duty military spouse to a special forces engineer. She is an advocate for military employment, preventative mental health care and reform.
Richelle has over 20 years of clinical experience working with employers and government agencies, as well as in private practice. She received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington in 2010, and has worked in the juvenile justice system, at the Warrior Transition Battalion counseling Soldiers and their families, and in private practice. With extensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Richelle has generalized DBT skills to various populations and leads workshops for military and veteran families titled 'Unpacking Your Emotional Ruck' primarily in the special operations community.
She is a member of the directorate team of Military Spouse Behavioral Health Clinicians and key advisor of the Military Special Operations Family Collaborative, and volunteers with multiple other organizations supporting military families.
Richelle was recently awarded Fort Bragg Military Spouse of the Year for 2019. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and 3 daughters.
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