Littered with crisis after crisis – the chronic disappointment and emotional exhaustion caused by a reality in turmoil. Businesses are seeing the negative effects of a worn-down workforce – and it's no different for those in HR. If companies looked to CFOs to bring them back from the brink during the 2008 global financial crisis, recovery from the pandemic, return to the workplace, and hybrid work strategies fall squarely on the shoulders of HR leaders. The pandemic has made the pressures pile on especially around critical topics such as employee health, safety, and wellbeing, all now C-suite issues.
Even when flexible in the face of change and uncertainty, if HR can't bounce back after a setback, they’re at high risk of burnout. And employees need HR leaders to model the skills needed to not simply survive, but to thrive. Science has proven that the skills of resilience can be learned and their impact amplified when combined with the skills of agility. Hear from Dr. Shatté, Chief Knowledge Officer at meQuilibrium, on the science behind resilience and how it can equip you to handle the pile-on of pressures by building resilience for yourself and then having the ability to model and mentor your workforce to lead your organization’s path forward.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
The rising pressures coming out the world’s ongoing uncertainty and complexities
Turning reaction, from stress to burnout, into action with the skills of resilience
How you can model resilient behavior and build it in your workforce at large