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Wellness at Work: Building Resilience by Supporting Mental Health

Webinars May 19, 2022

May 19, 2022

Join us for a discussion on building mental health resilience in the workplace through self-care tactics, organizational support, and more.

About the Webinar

COVID-19, racial injustice, war in Ukraine, transitioning back to in-office work… The last two years have been full of change, sorrow, and uncertainty. It’s no surprise that mental health issues have become increasingly common as people face ongoing challenges. In fact, a recent report from Indeed found that 52% of all workers feel burned out, with even higher numbers for those in Human Resources, in frontline positions, and in leadership.

Although 86% of employers say improving mental health and reducing stress and burnout are priorities, only 26% have adopted a wellbeing strategy, according to SHRM.

As individuals and organizations, we can take steps to improve mental health and wellness leading to greater agility, productivity, collaboration, and innovation. Join us for a discussion on building mental health resilience in the workplace.

In this one-hour webinar, we will cover:

  • Self-care tactics to help prevent burnout
  • Individual methods to build resilience
  • How organizations can support employees’ mental wellness
  • What the future of work means for workplace wellness

Meet the Panelists

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Kaela Sosa, CDE

Curriculum & Programming Manager, The Diversity Movement

Kaela is the curriculum and programming manager at The Diversity Movement, with a passion for making DEI education digestible and impactful. Her interest in DEI began in college, while studying Psychology of Gender and Sexuality at Duke University. Kaela graduated with honors after defending her thesis, Gender and Stress in Cross-Race Interactions: Differential Impacts for Men and Women. She has conducted research at two of Duke’s psychology labs, exploring topics related to biracial identities, gender expression, and the impact of gender on psychological well-being.

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Dr. Debbie Granick

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner/Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Dr. Granick is a doctorally-prepared psychiatric nurse practitioner and licensed clinical social worker combining solution-focused therapy and medication for optimum mental health. She is a skilled trainer, consultant, and coach for health professionals seeking to improve their knowledge of mental health practice and integrate therapy with prescribing. Debbie is a high-energy and engaging educator of nursing and social work as well as a dynamic speaker for professional and community groups on mental health topics including stress management, parenting, psychopharmacology, motivational interviewing, healthy communication, anxiety, depression.

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Enrique Rubio

Founder, Hacking HR

With over 20 years of experience, Enrique is a HR, tech, and future of work expert, a keynote speaker, and the founder of Hacking HR, a global learning community at the intersection of the future of work, technology, and business, with thousands of members around the world. Enrique is one of the top 100 HR global influencers. He was the founder and CEO at Management Consultants, a firm specializing in Human Resources in Venezuela. Enrique has authored several blogs about innovation, management, and human resources. Most recently, Enrique worked as an advisor to the Chief Human Resources Officer at the Inter-American Development Bank. Enrique is a Fulbright Scholar and an Electronic Engineer with an Executive Masters in Public Administration from Syracuse University.

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LaTonya Wilkins

Founder, Change Coaches

LaTonya Wilkins is the founder of Change Coaches, where she partners with executive leaders and their teams to build cultures of belonging through one-one-one and team coaching, as well as Culture Academies, where assessments, customized workshops, and coaching are combined to address client cultural challenges. LaTonya is also the author of Leading Below The Surface: How To Build Real and Psychologically Safe Relationships With People Who Are Different From You, and is a sought-after keynote speaker who has inspired audiences around the world. She seeks to challenge leaders at every level to disrupt the way we think about
leadership, and to create cultural change where it truly happens: below the surface. LaTonya is on the advisory board of Women of Color in the Workplace, a strategic partner of Lean In, and has been featured in publications including Well + Good, NPR, Inc Magazine, and Fast Company.


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