At only 13 years of age, Lis Cashin accidentally killed her friend after throwing a javelin at a school sports day. In one short moment, her life went from hopes of winning a sports medal to an outcome that was more tragic and traumatic than anyone could have ever imagined.
The trauma of this day profoundly influenced how Lis’ life would unfold. For years, she found herself making decisions that ultimately punished herself, related to her immense guilt and shame over the accident.
On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, Lis shares her own journey to mental wellbeing, as well as tons of takeaways from her professional life, where she works with individuals and teams to help them to unlock potential and transform mental wellbeing.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ Regaining a sense of agency over your life when nothing seems to be going right
🎙️ The weight of wearing masks
🎙️ Why if the picture looks too perfect, it probably is
🎙️ Watching out for warning signs of mental health in your team members
🎙️ Implementing a wellness action plan in your workplace
Lis is an award-winning author, TEDx and global speaker, consultant, facilitator and coach. She is on a mission to challenge the stigma around mental health, to transform workplace cultures and to normalise the conversation around mental health in organisations.
If you’re looking to enhance the mental wellness of both you and your team members, then this episode is for you!
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