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Mental Health in the Workplace: Building Employees’ Resilience and Wellbeing

October 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Program Overview

The Covid-19 has affected employees’ resilience to cope and bounce back from adversities. As a more significant percentage of the workforce transitions to new ways, challenges and difficulties become inevitable. Employees may suffer work-related anxieties at some point, and they must know how to rise above the situation. Improving resilience is essential since many employees identify work as one of their stressors.

Employers should play a massive part in building employees’ resilience. By improving organizational culture,  they can make flexible people, adapt well to new and different situations, and be optimistic. In uncertainty, a strong support network within the workplace contributes to a more resilient skill set. The capability to deal with ongoing stress, adapt to various changes, and handle the pressure is applicable at work and contributes to one’s overall wellbeing.

This 1-hour webinar will help participants understand what employees may be experiencing in the context of the pandemic, the uncertainties that individuals and businesses face, and discover ways of coping in the new normal.

Program Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Understand why employees feel uncertain and what its impact is on their work.
  • Learn how to improve employees’ mental health resilience.
  • Discuss the new normal and ways to adapt to it.


Program Contents

  1. Uncertainty and its impact on the workplace
  • the negative effects of uncertainty
  • managing uncertainty during the pandemic from a business perspective
  • confronting uncertainty through and beyond the crisis
  • dealing with uncertainty during a pandemic from an individual perspective
  • challenges of returning to work

2. Resilience and how it can help the individual and the community rise above this crisis

  • defining resilience
  • steps in building resilience

3. New standard and ways to adapt to it

  • describing the new normal
  • adapting to the new normal
  • additional coping strategies

Methodology

  • Interactive online lectures
  • Discussions 

Program Schedule

October 27, 2021, 2:00 – 3:30 PM

Resource Speaker

Dr. Robert Buenaventura

Head, Department of Neurosciences, MTC College of Medicine, Manila, Philippines

He is a board-certified Adult Psychiatrist who is well versed in various areas of the specialty including Psychosocial Therapy, Psychopharmacology, and Clinical Research. He has long-term experience in the diagnosis and management of mental disorders, including mood disorders, psychotic disorders, and anxiety disorders. He is also the first formally-trained Psychogeriatrician in the country.

Program fee

Regular Price/Non-member Rate: PhP 1,500.00

All ECOP members are entitled to a member-rate discount using a coupon code. To get a code, kindly contact our Training Department at [email protected]

Important Notes

  1. The training slot is confirmed only upon receipt of payment. Only confirmed (paid) participants will be given access to the training.
  2. The registration fee must be paid not later than two (2) working days before the first session of the training.
  3. The speaker will make available learning materials that participants will use in this training program. It can be downloaded from our eCampus platform.
  4. The recorded video of the session will be uploaded in our eCampus platform after each training session.
  5. Participants will receive e-certificates after the training.

Deadline for Registration: October 21, 2021
Deadline for Payment: October 22, 2021

Click here to register

For more inquiries, you may contact us via ECOP Training and Development: [email protected]

Details

Date:
October 27
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Venue

via ZOOM
Philippines

Organizer

ECOP Training
Phone:
7-500-9851
Email:
ecoptnd@gmail.com
Website:
ecop.org.ph
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