With remote work arrangements now a reality for many employers, business leaders face an important task of managing the emotional and psychological well-being of their workforce. Thanks to technology, many might assume “business as usual,” as millions of employees leverage a confluence of telecommunications platforms to balance personal and professional obligations. In truth, as numerous psychological studies have shown, an abrupt and unexpected disruption to one’s daily routine can have a deleterious impact on overall mental health and well-being, especially in high-stress environments.
The Thomson Reuters Institute is pleased to present an important and timely exploration of organizational and employee psychology in the current climate. Leveraging the formidable insights of our distinguished panel, this presentation addresses key managerial behaviors, mitigation strategies, and proactive initiatives to help professional services executives navigate foreign shores.
Krista Larson, Director of Employee Well-Being, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Lauren Baptiste, Executive Wellness Coach, Acheloa Wellness
Dr. Paul Camper, President, Camper Consulting LLC
Lucy Leach, Technical Research Director, Acritas
Dr. Larry Richard, Founder & Principal Consultant, LawyerBrain LLC
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