Workplaces across the globe are facing a mental health crisis of unprecedented scope, as the effects of almost two years of anxiety, uncertainty and fear will transition into another period of flux as we enter 2022, a leadership expert says.

Debbie Goodman, group CEO of Jack Hammer, a global group of executive search, talent advisory and leadership coaching companies based in Cape Town, says while on the surface an attitude of keeping calm and carrying on has prevailed until now, people, regardless of their level in the corporate hierarchy, are not okay. As a result, companies are increasingly putting in place pro-active mental wellbeing and support programmes well above and beyond anything they have done in the past.

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