Nearly one in five Americans say they have a physical reaction when thinking about the global pandemic, according to Pew Research. Managing stress can help. Join this Training Industry webinar to learn how to remain resilient during times of crisis.
It’s critical for leaders to model resiliency so that employees internalize it and adapt contemporaneously — and in uncertain times like the ones we live in, it must be done with empathy, care and purpose
Corporate training for mental health should teach employees about common conditions, reduce the stigma around them, and educate employees on how to recognize signs of mental health problems in themselves and their peers.
As we discuss reopening the economy and returning to the office, our ability to adapt to the new normal will be tested. Resilience is an essential skill to cultivate, because it will help us drive forward and navigate a complex world.
Resilience is an important skill for individuals and teams within organizations. In modern workplaces, where disruption, innovation and organizational change are the norm, the ability to cope with stress and unexpected challenges is critical.
From working long hours to delivering bad news to a lack of work-life balance, the health care field presents a unique set of challenges for health care workers of all types, from neurosurgeons to non-clinical health care staff.