With the uncertainty brought upon by COVID-19, our work situations have been turned upside down in a matter of weeks. And for many of us, we don’t know what the workplace will look like once we are able to return.
For employers and employees alike, there was no playbook to handle this situation, and there doesn’t appear to be one on the horizon anytime soon. It’s an era that Dr. Ryan Todd is calling the ‘Brave New Workplace’.
In this webinar, Dr. Ryan Todd, a Psychiatrist and CEO of mental health tech company, headversity, helps organizational leaders navigate the mental aspect of this Brave New Workplace. His session will cover a wide range of mental health topics, including how to build resilience to get ahead of adversity, differentiating thoughts from emotions, and how to engage in a CARE conversation with a distressed employee. Most of all, Dr. Todd’s webinar will guide you towards effective leadership in the present – and post – COVID-19 workplace.
- How to be a more mindful leader that is in tune with the mental wellness of your employees
- Being a resilient leader
- What is emotional energy?
- How to get past compassion fatigue.
- Taking care of yourself first.
- The echo-pandemic
- How crisis changes employees' emotional states
- How to engage in a C.A.R.E conversation
- Thriving, not surviving during crisis
- Training the skills of focus and poise
Dr. Ryan Todd
Psychiatrist and CEO, headversity
Dr. Ryan Todd is a Psychiatrist at Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Alberta, where he has treated thousands of individuals who have faced crisis as a result of debilitating trauma or life changing illness. Dr. Todd, a recipient of Calgary’s Top 40 under 40, believes mental wellness can be learned by everyone, and that technology is a vital resource in helping bridge the gap between demand and availability of mental healthcare. This belief fueled his desire to start headversity, a mental wellness tech company. Through headversity, Dr. Todd envisions building a culture of workplace mental wellness through mobile, micro, and measurable training.