The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on numerous aspects of professional and personal well-being, including the challenge of managing work-life balance with remote work and care-giving responsibilities, financial and health stressors, and mental health issues. Dr. Antle and the Center for Family and Community Well-Being have developed an evidence-based, skills-focused training focused on navigating these pandemic challenges. We'll provide an overview of these impacts, with a particular focus on occupational well-being and the importance of organizational support to offset short- and long-term costs associated with employee distress. Dr. Antle will then present the “four quadrants of coping” model developed and based on her team’s two decades of research and practice in individual and organizational well-being. These four quadrants of physical, psychological, cognitive, and relational coping will be discussed as they relate to work performance and outcomes. She'll also address your organization’s important role in supporting your employees as they navigate these challenging times.
By attending you will:
- Engage in meaningful dialogue related to pandemic impacts on stress and well-being.
- Develop strategies and skills to support your employees through the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Develop customized organizational action plans for addressing COVID-19 pandemic-related stress and promote a culture of support and resiliency.
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