If companies looked to CFOs to bring them back from the brink during the 2008 global financial crisis, recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will fall squarely on the shoulders of HR leaders. The pandemic is making the pressure on HR even more pronounced as critical topics such as employee health, safety, and performance become C-suite issues.
Resilience experts, based on over 25 years of research, found that even if employees can be flexible in the face of change and uncertainty (agile), if they’re not able to bounce back after a set back (resilient) they’re at high risk of burnout. As employees face the unknowns of today’s work complexities there is a heightened risk to their mental health, wellbeing, and overall work performance.
Empower yourself and others to model the skills needed to not only come out of this moment having survived, but coming out of it able to thrive. Science has proven that the skills of resilience can be learned and their impact amplified with the skills of agility. Hear from Dr. Shatté, Chief Science Officer at meQuilibrium, on the science behind resilience and how it can equip you to handle the pile on of pressures, model resilience for your workforce, and lead your organization’s road to recovery.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
The rising pressures coming out of the reaction to the pandemic
Turning reaction, from stress to burnout, into action with the skills of resilience
Learn how you can model resilient behavior and build it in your workforce at large