Well-Being in Times of Crisis

How to Flatten the Curve of the Well-being crisis in organisations.

Free Webinar

April 29th, 5 pm.

There’s another curve coming. And this time we will not be able to flatten it through social distancing and masks. There are increasing signs that many people are suffering from mental problems due to the corona-crisis. Indeed, the corona crisis is not only a pandemic, it is also shaking up our economy, our society, our existence. People are scared to become ill, they worry about their future, they feel isolated.
Organisations need to invest in well-being. That in itself is not new. But now they need to focus more than ever on that aspect of work and life.
In this keynote we let two experts explain what organizations could do.
We are dealing with social capital, Person-Organisation Fit, Job Insecurity and Stress and Perceived Organizational Support.
Philippe Persyn has created an integrated approach to well-being when he worked at Johnson & Johnson. Philippe was awarded with the “HR Ambassador of the year” in 2012 for his approach. He is now senior consultant with Otolith.
Eva De Winter is an accredited wellbeing prevention consultant. She is also co-president of the Flemish Association of Work and Organizational Psychologists.
The speakers will
  • make you think about some key questions around wellbeing.
  • provide you with a framework based on research in the field of wellbeing applicable in organisations.
  • explain what leaders can do in their team and the whole organisation to increase wellbeing.

Target Group

This webinar is open for all leaders who are interested in this topic.

Practical:

29th of April, 5 pm CET.
The Webinar is organized on the Zoom Platform.
This Webinar is free.
If you are worried about Zoom’s privacy and security status, please know that only registered attendees can join. .

Leaders must build trust, even when everything seems to be in chaos. When people work remotely, it's even more important to focus on the psychological context of work. We will give 5 actions leaders can take.

David DucheyneFounder of Otolith