17

Sep
Start Times
CET / CEST:10:00 am
GMT / BST:9:00 am
Duration
5 hour(s)
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Preparing yourself mentally and physically for how we need to work in the future

Building resiliency allows us to bounce back after stressful situations, minimize the negative impact of that stress on our health, and feel more in control of our life. How do you ensure that your team and colleagues feel safe, supported, and productive as they move through business challenges? How do you stay healthy, boost energy, and focus on your own self-care needs?

Faculty

Beverly Beuermann-King

17

Sep

Duration

5 hour(s)

Start Times

CET / CEST:10:00 am
GMT / BST:9:00 am

Preparing yourself mentally and physically for how we need to work in the future

Building resiliency allows us to bounce back after stressful situations, minimize the negative impact of that stress on our health, and feel more in control of our life. How do you ensure that your team and colleagues feel safe, supported, and productive as they move through business challenges? How do you stay healthy, boost energy, and focus on your own self-care needs?

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CET
10:00 am

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Friday 17%O September, 2021

In this session participants will learn how to:

  • Recognize the signs of positive mental health and effective coping strategies
  • Detect the signs and symptoms of the complex issue of mental health, mental illness, and the factors that put people at risk.
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms that are signalling that your team is not coping with the uncertainty and disruption
  • Distinguish the 10 Essential Team Needs that must be addressed in supporting your team as they continue to move through this uncertainty (understanding these needs in a remote/hybrid work world)
  • Generate actionable ideas to overcome challenges
  • Avoid the pitfalls to managing a team during and after crisis
  • Improve comfort in addressing anxiety issues in the workplace using a Supportive Conversations Action Plan.
  • Increase your knowledge, skills and strategies to reduce stigma and move towards positive outcomes in dealing with mental health issues like depression and anxiety.
  • Validate and direct those experiencing mental health challenges to helpful resources in
    order to minimize the negative impact that this issue can have on the individual, their family, their livelihood and your workplace.

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