Active Minds @Work
What types of presentation formats and features do you offer?
Webinars, workshops, keynote presentations, “fireside” chats, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, breakout rooms, polls, and more!
Do you offer in-person presentations?
Active Minds is adhering to the public health recommendations of officials and regions through the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. As travel and in-person activities become more accessible, Active Minds will move back into booking in-person events. Inquire for specific details based on your community’s needs and circumstances.
When is payment due?
Payment is due by the date of the presentation.
How far in advance should we confirm our date?
We recommend that you initiate planning at least 4-6 weeks in advance of your preferred date for virtual engagements and 6-8 weeks in advance of your preferred date for in-person engagements.
How many attendees can we invite to a webinar or meeting hosted by Active Minds?
– Meeting (participant video, microphone, and increased interaction capabilities): up to 100 – Webinar (no participant video, microphone, and limited interaction capabilities): up to 500 – For an additional fee, Active Minds can increase virtual attendance capacity. Inquire for details.
Will Active Minds host and moderate a virtual presentation (manage presentation logistics, introduce speaker, facilitate Q&A and chat, etc.)?
Yes, Active Minds can host the event on our company Zoom platform for an additional fee. We welcome the client to host on their own video platform, if they have access to one. We will work with the client to decide which platform is best.
How long are Active Minds @Work presentations?
A typical Active Minds @Work presentation is between 60-90 minutes long. Presentations will be tailored to fit the needs, schedules, and culture of your team.
Create a balance between productivity and support, including addressing current challenges in pursuing emotional wellbeing
Be responsive to the current work environment and create a balance for managers and employees alike between productivity and support.
Empower employees to support each other through mental health challenges
Provide guidance to empower employees to navigate conversations with each other about mental health struggles, and how to identify and help someone who may be struggling silently.
Increase knowledge of mental health resources
Enhance knowledge of mental health resources in and around the workplace through benefits, through the local community, and through national, 24/7, free resources.