…while taking mental health into account
As companies around the world organize their employees’ “physical” return to work, questions about the psychological challenges employees experienced during the lockdown should be addressed. Taking into account the mental health impacts of COVID-19 will fortify a safe and successful return to work. This webinar will help to better understand these impacts by reviewing concrete examples and recommending practical measures to implement.
O U R E X P E R T S W I L L D I S C U S S :
- Psychological occurrences and effects during lockdown
- Steps management should take to adapt to the diversity of employees’ psychological needs
- A global overview of best practices, based on real-life cases
- Q&A (20 min)
The session takes place at 8:00AM – 9:00AM (EDT) on Thursday, June 25, 2020. It is especially relevant for anyone in a leadership or Human Resources role.
Dr. Annie PEYTAVIN
Chief Medical Officer, MSH International
Based in Paris, Dr. Peytavin is Chief Medical Officer of MSH International. She coordinates the activities of all MSH medical teams (including doctors and nurses) across regional head offices in Toronto, Paris, Tunis, Dubai and Shanghai.
Senior trainer, Psychotherapist, Eutelmed
For over 20 years, Barbara has worked with individuals and teams to develop their strengths in international situations. Born in the United States, and having resided in the US, Canada, the UK and Algeria, she is a psychotherapist and senior trainer based in Paris. Her interventions within organizations generally encompass management and team solutions, intercultural communication or international mobility.
Clinical Psychologist, Project Manager, Eutelmed
Albane Giacon is a psychologist, psychosocial risk consultant and project manager at Eutelmed. She has resided and worked in the US, China, India and France. Her expertise includes work changes, stress and conflict management.
Please note that participation in this webinar is limited to the first 1,000 registrants. Full details on how to join will be sent upon registration. A recorded version will be made available after the session for those unable to participate.
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The MSH International and Eutelmed teams