1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged workplaces with unprecedented uncertainty, anxiety and disruption. Many who were already experiencing toxic stress and mental health challenges find themselves suffering even more due to the distress caused by all of the ever changing circumstances cause by the virus, social unrest and economy. Given the perfect storm of risk factors, forward-looking leaders are being proactive to prevent further employee crises, such as suicide and complete mental exhaustion. In this webinar, Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, a global expert in workplace resilience, mental health and suicide prevention will share strategies for workplaces to help their workers cope, support one another, and even grow through these hard times.
Understand how enduring toxic stress impacts us and how our current situation of converging stressors brings unique challenges – and opportunities.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe a model of understanding the suicidal person.
- List key elements of the National Guidelines for Workplace Suicide Prevention.
Identify at least two action steps employers can take today to help workers that are suffering.
For questions, please email Michelle Price