Presenter: Elizabeth Eldridge, Elizabeth Eldridge Consulting
Join Psychological Health & Safety Consultant Elizabeth Eldridge for a deep dive into mental wellness during and following the impact of the pandemic. This 3-part series will equip participants with the knowledge and practical tools they need to foster a work environment that’s productive, supportive and resilient in the face of challenging times. With topics specific to psychological health and safety in the context of leadership, employee engagement and organizational culture, participants will learn just how broadly, and profoundly mental health can impact the workplace and will leave inspired to implement forward-thinking strategies to be proactive within their respective organizations.
Session 1: Brilliance and Resilience: Psychologically Healthy Leadership
January 28th - 1:30 AST / 12:30 EST
- Managers are carrying a gigantic burden in their roles right now with the expectation of inspiring strong performance in their teams while maintaining their own wellbeing. Burnout in leaders is becoming more and more common as the pandemic persists and finding balance is getting tougher. This session will arm leaders with essential tools for striking that balance, navigating the challenges leadership roles in times of uncertainty, and building a team that is stronger than ever.
Session 2: From Light Breeze to Strong Wind: Engaging an Exhausted Workforce
February 4th - 1:30 AST / 12:30 EST
- Under the mental weight of the pandemic, organizations around the world are struggling with employee engagement. When your team members are stressed and “checked out”, productivity takes a significant hit; reduced productivity typically equates to poor employee satisfaction, leading to a spike in turnover. The good news? By being proactive leaders can stop this negative domino effect before momentum builds. Join this session for “think outside the box” approaches to employee engagement from a psychological wellness perspective.
Session 3: Organizational Resilience: Beyond the Buzz Word
February 11th - 1:30 AST / 12:30 EST
- What can organizations do to minimize the long-term consequences of the global pandemic? These times of constant change and forced adaptation present us with a unique opportunity to put our team’s resilience to the test and really figure out what it means in a practical sense. This session will help leaders to promote a culture in their respective workplaces that’s conducive to a speedy recovery from the impact of COVID-19, jump-starting performance and bouncing back from the pandemic unscathed.