Get a glimpse into trainings, watch James' 2021 UWWC keynotes, and download the slides.

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We offer leadership and manager trainings starting as low at $48 per person

Real change you can see

Our training courses cover topics like:

  • Recognizing signs and symptoms of mental illness
  • Improving listening and communication skills
  • Fostering psychological safety and trust
  • Promoting mental health in the workplace
  • Creating real human connection at work and home
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82% of employees say their leaders aren’t very good at communication and engagement.

Blunovus vs. EAP

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"What I love from a business perspective about working with Blunovus is that we have employees opening up and being vulnerable with what they are going through specifically because of the safety Blunovus has helped us provide our employees."

Heidi Payne, Learning and Development

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Day One Keynote at Utah Worksite Wellness Conference

Your Company Is Suffering From I'm Fine-itis

Explore the unfortunate truth about wellness surveys and culture. In this practical presentation about authenticity and life-work well-being, James Hadlock will reveal what it takes to build connected, resilient teams.


87% of leaders never receive training on mental health or how to support their team members.

Suffering From I'm Fineitis

Interested in proactively addressing mental health at work and training your managers?

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Day Two Keynote at Utah Worksite Wellness Conference

Leading From the Great Before

Discover how not to fail with your mental health initiative. In this candid and down-to-earth keynote speech, James Hadlock will break down what must come before the mental health strategy or program to ensure a successful initiative.

Leading From The Great Before


70% of failed organizational change programs are attributable to poor organizational health.

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Move upstream

Having a supervisor who checks in regularly, is supportive, and who values feedback is a protective factor for a company. Positive supervisor relationships are correlated with the greatest positive outcomes, including satisfaction with work, employee motivation, and employee confidence.