Level UP Webinar: Building Emotional Wellness and Resilience to Lead
Even before the pandemic hit, American businesses were losing 300 billion dollars a year as a result of workplace stress. A recent nationwide survey shows 90% of U.S. adults are experiencing emotional distress.
In our current uncertain pandemic environment, many workers still fear losing their jobs, being seen as less productive if working from home, and are overwhelmed from working longer hours, especially if they take care of their family, children, and home schooling or are feeling isolation and loneliness.
Emotional wellbeing at work is no longer a luxury, but vital to the financial wellbeing of your company in order to reduce costs related to burnout, lowered productivity, turnover, and illness.
This Level UP webinar will share how emotional wellbeing can be built through five steps to manage emotions more quickly and easily. These steps also build emotional resilience to meet future challenges and crises, create more human-centered workplaces, build productive relationships and increase creativity.
Join this webinar to gain these tools and takeaways:
- A daily tool to recognize and deal with your emotions and keep a clear head when tackling the problems and challenges you face day-to-day
- How to increase your own wellbeing and sense of control — and help employees increase theirs
- How to manage emotions both when you’re alone and when you’re with others
- Ways to help employees relieve stress through sharing their emotions and feeling supported
After working over 25 years with leaders across four continents from AT&T to Walmart as a consultant and corporate trainer, Cathy went from being a stressed out and clinically depressed global senior manager to become the CEO & founder of Sensational Leadership. Now she helps company leaders move through their emotions productively, which helps prevent mental health declines such as anxiety, depression and burnout.
In addition to completing PhD studies in Instructional Systems Technology, Cathy earned a Masters in Education. A national speaker, Cathy has presented to over 50 venues and organizations, including being asked to return as a favorite twice to the Northern Nevada Human Resources Association, and has been featured in local media.