Episode 78

78 Healing Corporate America Consciously from the Top Down

Just when you thought companies were starting to understand the importance of caring about and caring for the mental health of their employees, this happened…

A global survey by Headspace Health shows that at a time when employees need them the most, some companies are cutting back on mental health offerings.

71% of workers say their company increased the focus on mental health in the wake of Covid-19, but just 25% say they have kept up that focus in the last year.

83% of CEOs and 70% of employees report missing at least one day of work due to stress, burnout, and mental health challenges. (1)

With this information, how can companies afford to go backward? What should they do?

Over the past three years, I have become increasingly interested in corporate America’s mental and emotional state. I’ve asked if companies are willing to tap into mental health and even if they are equipped to do so from an infrastructure or legal perspective.

Join me inside the episode as I share my thoughts and my prescription as a corporate metaphysician as to what companies can do in order to heal their companies from the top down.

See you inside…

What You Learn:

  • How companies have been on a decline in helping their employees with mental health support
  • What I believe corporate America can do in order to heal their companies from the top down
  • The importance of conscious leaders and how that can make or break healing
  • Some qualities and benefits of hiring and keeping conscious leaders

Featured on the Show:


As an Executive Coach for Women, Professional Speaker, Corporate Metaphysician™, Author of The 5 Phases of Dating – The Grown-Ass Woman’s Guide to Attracting and Maintaining Authentic Relationships, and the Creator of The Happy Executive Woman™…

Anita teaches women of color how to heal from past relationships and corporate trauma, increase their confidence and improve their leadership skills.

She is a board member of the Women Impact Network and Women In Technology, where she focuses on coordinating and creating professional development training for the members.

Anita also coaches White allies on how to ACTivate Your Privilege!™ and is hired to speak and train as The Corporate Metaphysician™ at organizations willing to begin reversing corporate America’s trauma by taking an honest look at their “unconscious DEI efforts,” all using practical and metaphysical concepts.

Sources Featured in Today's Episode:

CNBC.Com (1)(2) https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/10/companies-are-pulling-back-on-much-needed-mental-health-benefits.html

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:

  • Flourish Media Conference 2/17 - 2/18 Miami, Florida Topic & Workshop: How To Heal From Workplace Trauma for Black and Brown Women
  • IREM Chicago Keynote; Conscious Transformative vs. Performative DEI Programs and How They Impact Your Employees


Recently featured in…

  • ValientCEO Magazine!
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For all coaching, media, or consulting inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact Anita at https://anitacharlot.com/contact.

To learn more about how to partner with Anita, go to https://anitacharlot.com/services.

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Anita Charlot

Wellness & Retention Strategist | Corporate Relationship Consultant | Board Member | Keynote Speaker | Executive Coach for Black and Brown Women | Award-Winning Founder and CEO

Creator of The Happy Executive Woman®, the Conversations in Color™ Corporate Workshop, and the Coloring Her Dreams™ coloring book series, and author of The 5 Phases of Dating ~ The Grown A** Woman's Guide to Attracting and Maintaining Authentic Relationships. All were created to empower, uplift, and support the emotional well-being of Black and Brown women in the workplace and their allies, mentally and emotionally.