When Love Isn't Enough: Guest Ryan Armitage
Warning: This episode contains strong language and graphic content relating to suicide. Some listeners may find this upsetting. Ryan Armitage is a successful recruitment business owner who watched the brother he loved and worked alongside suffer and battle drug addiction. He desperately wanted to help him and supported him as much as his brother would allow. Tragically Tom took his own life. His brother was the person who found him.
The Everyman: Guest Richard Edmondson
Richard Edmondson has worked in Recruitment for over 20 years. Highly successful when he was in the UK and earning the kind of money that many aspire to yet few attain, he seemingly had everything. One day he realised it wasn't making him happy. This is Richard's story but it could be anyone's. He is the man on the street. When your mental health has never been a straight line how do you manage it?
More Than The Colour of My Skin: Guest Greeshma Suresh
Greeshma Suresh was born in India and came to the UK as a teenager. Being a 14-year-old girl is tough at the best of times yet Greeshma also had to contend with racial discrimination, body shaming and extensive pressure to perform well academically. In this episode, we explore the rollercoaster of what mental health has and continues to mean to Greeshma.
Being a Vulnerable Leader: Guest Chris O'Connell
Mental Health in Recruitment Ambassador Chris O’Connell joins Rhonda D’Ambrosio giving a very honest account of what mental health means to him. An award-winning entrepreneur, with a proven track record of building highly successful businesses, Chris talks candidly about how the trauma he experienced in childhood has impacted and influenced him throughout his life.
The Stealth Approach of Burnout:
Guest Katie Maycock
Mental Health In Recruitment Champion Katie Maycock joins Rhonda to talk about how her time as a Recruiter impacted her mental health and caused not one but two Burnout episodes. With a degree in nutrition and advanced physiology, Katie pulls no punches when it comes to expressing how stress can impact physical health.