Managing the Moment:
Supporting Employees’ Mental Health

Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Type: A Virtual Program
Price:* $125 Members | $160 Non-members

Register Now or call 781-684-8700 for assistance


What does it take to manage in this moment? How can managers support employees’ mental health & emotional wellbeing?

Managing individuals who are likely struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns can be difficult. Many managers feel uncomfortable in this aspect of their role and may be concerned about saying or doing the wrong thing – they may lack important “emotional management” skills.

Managers and leaders within every organization are facing heightened stress, high pressure, unease about workplace safety, fear for their own and their team’s job security, and concerns about their team’s engagement and emotional wellbeing.

In this session, Kristin Matthews, Chief Clinical Officer at KGA, will share practical examples of impactful ways to utilize your EAP consultation resources and how to engage with employees with empathy, compassion and respect.


 Learning Objectives of This Program:

  • Learn how you can support employees’ mental health and emotional wellbeing during the pandemic.

  • Hear how to help prevent employees’ burnout and disengagement.

  • Understand the most common signs of mental health concerns and symptoms of mental illness.

  • Identify ways to express compassion, empathy and avoid common mistakes when approaching an employee whose emotional wellbeing may be at risk.

  • Discover ‘self-care’ techniques to manage your own stress and self-care to continue to lead with focus on growth and resilience.

Speaker:

 

Kristin Matthews, LICSW, CEAP - Chief Clinical Officer at KGA

 

Intended Audience: 

  • HR Professionals
  • Managers, Supervisors and Mentors
  • People Leaders
  • Organizational Leaders

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to support employees’ mental health during the pandemic and how to make this a “turnkey” solution within your organization.

Unable to attend?
Register anyway, and we’ll send you an on-demand recording of the program.


 *Due to the current economic climate caused by the pandemic, NEEBC has not increased the fee for this Lunchtime Learning program.

NEEBC programs may qualify for CEBS continuing professional education (CPE) credit. Participants must determine if the program aligns with "CEBS Content Domain."