Resilience is defined as the ability to ‘bounce back’ from setbacks, recover from stressful situations, adapt to challenging circumstances, sustain high performance over time, or simply not become ill when faced with challenging situations. But what, if anything, can organisations do to boost their employees’ resilience in a situation as challenging and stressful as that of the coronavirus crisis?
Who is it for?
This interactive event is aimed at Heads of Wellbeing, Engagement, or Inclusion and anyone with an interest in building leaders’, managers’, and employees’ personal resilience in times of crisis and beyond. Attendees should be prepared to share their views, experiences and questions.
Global Lead, Employee Health and Wellbeing, Philips
Clare joined Philips in 2013 as Health and Wellbeing Manager for UK&I, responsible for planning, designing and implementing strategies that addressed employee wellbeing and proactively responded to the key drivers of absence and ill health. Since November 2018, Clare has focused on the development and implementation of global employee wellbeing programs as a key element of Inclusion and Diversity, with a particular onus on building (on) and developing initiatives that support individual vitality and mental wellbeing, that empower our people to be healthy and do well, so they feel at their best and bring their best energy and qualities to work.
Performance Coach and Senior Manager, Professional Services Vertical, HPI
Prior to joining HPI Nick held a number of senior leadership positions in a fifteen-year career at Omnicom, the world’s leading holding company of marketing and communications agencies. After running agencies in the UK and Europe, Nick’s last role was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Client Officer at Porter Novelli, a $250m Global Communications Consultancy. Nick already had a deep understanding and commitment to HPI programs having graduated in 2013 from the HPI Performance program as part of his Senior Leadership training at Omnicom. This triggered a passion for coaching, a role he wholeheartedly committed to in the agencies that he ran during his tenure. In his last 12 months at Omnicom, Nick established an additional role for himself as the lead for facilitating HPI content within the group. Having been through the T3 programs for Resilience and Performance, Nick trained over 750 senior Omnicom executives across multiple agency businesses worldwide
Dr. Carmen von Rohr
Content & Digital Manager, Corporate Research Forum
Dr. Carmen von Rohr is a sociologist with extensive research and learning design experience. She began her career as a digital learning designer in higher education at Cengage Learning before joining CRF in 2018 to contribute to research and learning content.