To observe mental health awareness week in October, we were back with the second round of Positive Pulse.
In keeping with our mission to create a revolutionary tomorrow, Brookfield Properties is always looking for ways to bring a sense of togetherness and well-being in the community. Buoyed by the the successful reception of our first edition of Positive Pulse, a wellness initiative, we brought back the virtual workshop series during the mental health awareness week in October. This time, the theme was #TheFitMind, with two well-known personalities in the mental health world enlightening participants on positive mental health.
To share the secret of achieving academic and professional success while maintaining personal goals, we invited Dr. Marcus Ranney, a business professional in healthcare and technology, as our guest for the first workshop on October 8. From climbing Mount Everest to serving as a medical officer in the Royal Air Force and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Dr. Ranney has done it all. He shed light on the importance of mental well-being and the art of practicing self-care with the attendees.
Sonali Gupta, a leading clinical psychologist, conducted the second workshop on October 12. With her experience as a consultant on mental health for Tinder India and having authored a book and hosted a YouTube channel, Sonali Gupta was the right fit to address our participating occupiers and social media audience on elevating productivity while managing stress and anxiety.
The sessions saw an active participation from over 300 attendees, including employees, occupiers and the brand’s social media audience. The campaign generated great visibility on social media by reaching over 700,000 people.
Through our positive pulse initiative, we are always looking for ways to bring a sense of togetherness and well-being in the community. The workshops helped our employees and occupiers strike a balance between mental and physical health and make a choice toward a healthy and fulfilling life.