The COVID-19 pandemic is like an encroaching enemy on a healthcare system that’s already under stress and functioning at near-maximum capacity.
To keep that enemy from gaining any more strength, caregivers are steeling themselves on the front lines while others move to remote locations and do their level best to create economic value as they work from home.
For both groups — our heroic caregivers in the field and the rest of us adapting to life at a social distance — it has never been more important to support each other and to ensure that our tools, technology, and workflows help us do so in the ways that matter most to keeping us healthy, sane, and connected.
In this respect, our technology has been failing our people even before this crisis hit. It has been too focused on burdening us with processes without empowering the experiences that lead to engagement, fulfillment, and true productivity. We have quickly lost the luxury of allowing this problem to persist.
This webcast will be about rolling up our sleeves in practical and proven ways that will fight against burnout and build connection — even when working remotely — by ensuring we are prioritizing the needs and well-being of the employees who make success happen, both during this crisis and after it’s over. This is an opportunity to finally commit to putting those needs at the center of our approach.
There are scalable solutions available today that can be deployed to all employees — remote or otherwise — to support their basic psychological needs by measuring what matters and inspiring actions proven to nourish core needs for autonomy, mastery, and relatedness. Solutions that give clear feedback and support to managers and employees alike to ensure the connection, collaboration, and competence to thrive together. These caring solutions are informed by the best behavioral science, proven to provide relief for burnout and disengagement, and supportive of a healthier adoption and use of technology to empower true success.
In this upcoming webcast, one of the leaders behind this behavioral science model will explain how to make use of this science and deploy technology in the right way to help your people NOW, when they — and all of us — need these crucial supports more than ever.