Studies by the Society for Human Resource Management show that 41% of employees feel burnt out and 45% feel emotionally drained from work. These studies show that the risk for depression among U.S. workers has risen to 102% and, more specifically, to 305% for those between the ages of 20 and 39 as a result of the pandemic.
A bad situation is an excellent time to be good and kind and gentle with ourselves and one another. During times of crisis, it is extremely important to work on our mental health.
With the chaos, uncertainty, and speed of life these days, it’s easy to feel stressed, anxious, and burnt out. The good news is there are numerous strategies you can use to help manage these feelings. When things get stressful, we tend to live more in our minds than in the present moment—but finding your “anchor” can help you get grounded again.
In this webinar, Ozy Aloziem, MSW, will share some tips for promoting wellness at the individual and community level.
Viewers will learn:
Why we must prioritize wellness in the workplace
How to employ the eight dimensions of wellness
How to utilize the elements of organizational wellbeing
How to promote wellness at the individual and community level
About Our Presenter:
Ozy Aloziem is the founder and principal advisor of HEAL INC LLC. She is a TEDx speaker, an award-winning Igbo social work scholar, and professor deeply committed to collective liberation, justice, radical imagination, and healing. Ozy was the Denver Public Library's first Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Manager. During that time, she was a 2021 Library Journal “Movers & Shaker” award winner for her racial equity research and advocacy. She is a well-regarded skilled facilitator and speaker and has served as a racial equity and racial healing consultant for numerous organizations across the nation and globe. She is currently living in Mexico City, attempting to learn Spanish and rest.