Learn how managers and benefits leaders can help employees stay mentally well in this new normal.
Throughout the pandemic, each new wave of COVID-19 infections presented additional challenges. At the worst points, healthcare employers watched as their care teams grappled with repeated exposure to trauma and witnessed their worsening mental health. Enter the employee-manager relationship — an overlooked source of employee support.
When equipped with the right resources and tools, managers can serve as the front line of defense to help identify employee mental health concerns before they escalate. In this webinar, Corey Jackson, Chief Human Resources Officer at UCSF, Katie Davison, CHRO of Mon Health System in Morgantown, W. Va., and Joe Grasso, PhD, Director of Workforce Mental Health at Lyra Health, share how their organizations have equipped their managers to provide support for workers’ urgent and evolving needs.In this 60-minute on-demand webinar, you will learn:
CHRO Mon Health System, Mon Health Medical Center
Associate Vice Chancellor, HR & Senior Vice President, HR, UCSF Health
Director of Workforce Mental Health, Lyra Health
Katie Davison is the CHRO of Mon Health System, overseeing the teams from Mon Health Medical Center, Mon Health Preston Memorial Hospital and Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. Davison has nearly 20 years of experience in health care human resources, previously serving as the Vice President of Human Resources at Nash UNC Health Care in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Katie Davison possesses a Master of Arts in Legal Studies from West Virginia University, along with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington. She has held her Professional in Human Resources Certification since 2007.
Corey Jackson, JD, SPHR, CCP, CBP was named UCSF chief human resources officer (CHRO) in September 2019. He leads the Human Resources organization for both UCSF Health and campus as senior vice president and associate vice chancellor respectively. Corey oversees all human resources functions to support talent management across UCSF’s academic, research, administrative, and clinical departments, partnering closely with Academic Affairs to support the academic life cycle. He is charged with strengthening UCSF’s ability to attract, develop, and retain the diverse talent necessary for UCSF to be the world's preeminent health sciences innovator.
Joe Grasso, PhD, is the Director of Workforce Mental Health at Lyra Health and a clinical psychologist by training. At Lyra, he consults with employers on programs, policies, and communication strategy to support mental health in the workplace, and he leads the development and delivery of Lyra's educational content on psychological wellness and behavior change. Prior to joining Lyra, Dr. Grasso managed the implementation of a national training program for more than 1,500 mental health providers at the US Department of Veterans Affairs, where he also led quality improvement initiatives and conducted health services research. His peer-reviewed research spans topics including integrated health care, psychotherapy outcomes, and the intersection of social identities and mental health.