Mental Health and Wellbeing during Home Working and Self-Isolation - how do we cope? Webinar on 22nd April at 11am GMT
A masterclass with Geoff McDonald on how to maintain a sense of wellbeing during home working and self-isolation.
What seemed unimaginable at the beginning of the year is now the new reality for how we work, stay connected, play and learn. In this new reality of self-isolation and home working it’s never been more important to look after our mental health and wellbeing. Some of the well-documented risks of remote working are feelings of isolation and, for some, burn-out. Managing mental health at this time is a key consideration for leaders looking for optimal performance and happiness of their teams.
Geoff McDonald, mental health campaigner and former Global VP, HR, Marketing, Communications, Sustainability and Water for Unilever, will talk about his own struggles with mental health and how he campaigns to break the stigma of mental health. He will share lessons learnt the hard way and examine why workplace wellbeing is key for business performance.
He will share his top tips and guidance on what you can do to maintain a sense of well-being during Covid-19 and how to look after your and your people’s mental health as we all adjust to home working and self-isolation.
Register here for this webinar on 22nd April at 11.00am
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