Cultivating Resilience During Times of Stress
The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented situation. It demanded an immediate response, a dramatic shift in life as we know it, and it has forced us to redefine how we interact, work, and live. The impact is still being felt, with employees across industries reporting higher levels of stress, burnout, and isolation. The upheaval and uncertainty have taken a toll on physical, emotional, and mental health. Coping with stress in a positive way is known as resilience. Now more than ever, resilience is in high demand. Cultivating resilience has the capacity to reduce suffering, provide meaning, and help us make sense of the situation at hand. As the pandemic is far from over, resilience gives us strength when we need it most. This eLearning session provides tips to better understand how stress impacts our thoughts and actions, and delivers actionable tools to build resilience and wellbeing.
Speaker(s): HR thought leader, Stacy Johnston, provides innovative HR solutions with a mission to support organizations in understanding and utilizing their biggest competitive advantage… their employees. She is a licensed attorney in the State of Minnesota and holds the SHRM-CP (Society for Human Resource Management – Certified Professional) and PHR (Professional in Human Resources) credentials. Stacy is an experienced talent management and solutions specialist, with a diverse HR and legal background. Her skill sets include recruiting and hiring mission driven leaders, creating agile HR solutions that strategically align with values and goals, and facilitating training that actively engages and provides real life, actionable tools. Stacy is actively involved in the community and serves as a Board member at the Ordean Foundation, the Duluth Playhouse, and the Lake Superior Chapter ATD (Association for Talent Development). She is a member of NHRA (Northland Human Resource Association), SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) and NSA (National Speakers Association).
Fee: No Cost