With work-life boundaries increasingly blurring, continued stress from the pandemic, and political and social upheaval, employees may be struggling with their mental health.
When your employees show up to work, do they feel safe, respected, valued, and able to do their best work? If they don’t feel psychologically safe, the odds are, they probably don’t feel that way. With work-life boundaries increasingly blurring, continued stress from the pandemic, and political and social upheaval, employees may be struggling with their mental health. This makes it more important than ever to create a work culture where they can acknowledge struggle, and ask for help.
The responsibility of creating this type of environment may seem daunting, but there are practical ways to help make your work culture feel like a psychologically safe place.
In this webinar you'll learn:
Program Manager, Organizational Effectiveness,
Director of Human Resources,
Keren Wasserman is the Organizational Effectiveness Program Manager on the Workforce Mental Health team at Lyra Health. Keren has her masters degree in social work from the University of Chicago and prior to Lyra Health worked as a management consultant focused in particular on large scale change management implementations. She currently lives in Seattle where she spends her free time hiking, soaking up the PNW's most glorious mountain views. Keren's mission is to help organizations create healthy workplaces through embedding well-being strategies into the design of employee's day-to-day work.
Jennifer Fairweather is currently the Director of Human Resources (CHRO) for Jefferson County, located in Golden Colorado. She is also an Affiliate Professor with Regis University where she facilitates undergraduate and graduate courses for the Anderson School of Business and Computing. Jennifer has over 23 years of experience in both public sector and private sector human resources in addition to leadership experience in finance and human services. Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado and a Master of Arts in Human Resources Development from Webster University. She also has her IPMA-SCP, SHRM-SCP, PHR, as well as a Certificate in Professional Training. Jennifer has facilitated sessions for local and national forums on leadership, human resources, and diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. Jennifer is the current President of IPMA-HR and service on the board of the Second Chance Center.