How should Business respond to the mental health challenges related to COVID-19?
As we return to work, business owners, CEO’s, managers, and employees are facing the prospect that a business-as-usual approach is no longer viable. It is not just about putting in place the practical requirements of social distancing and hygiene, it requires addressing the psychological impact of the virus in the workplace.
Employees are fearful of returning to work, not only because they may become infected on their way to work, in boardrooms or in their normal work scenarios, but also because of stigma, confusion in respect of new workplace policies and intra-workplace relations.
Please join us for a webinar to discuss these challenges, and how to address them. This session will also touch on international learnings, re-imagining the workplace setting and why, in these unprecedented times, mental health should be a priority for companies large and small.
- Judi Nwokedi, Business for South Africa (introduction and moderator)
- Andrew Davies, a Clinical Psychologist and Managing Director of ICAS Southern Africa, global provider of Employee Assistance Programmes providing EAP cover in 185 countries and other territories.
- Professor Shirley Zinn, Author of “Swimming Upstream” and Non-Executive Director on several boards which include SANLAM, MTN-SA, SPUR, Advtech and Afrocentric.
There will be a short Q&A session following the briefing.
Date: Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Time: 12h00 – 13h00
Dial in: Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4459725244
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Sandra Sowray, firstname.lastname@example.org / 079 167 6863
Yamkela Njingolo email@example.com / 071 252 3400
We sincerely hope you are able to join us for this important briefing.
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