AIWF recognises that many of the women in our global network have experienced heightened fear, worry, and psychological stress in these times, which could be impacting their mental health, employee performance, entrepreneurial success, and their engagement in family and community life.
The OECD has called for an “integrated, whole-of-society response” to mental health resilience after COVID-19; to this end, AIWF is proud to organise a key virtual panel discussion as part of its 2021 Impact Series, addressing women’s challenges in the face of the unprecedented coronavirus crisis.
This path-breaking 60-minute session will be addressed by executive coaches and HR practitioners who will share insights on the extent of the impact of the pandemic on the global population, especially on women, and introduce participants to strategies to handle the challenges due to change and stress as we all reconstruct our working, social and family lives after the pandemic. The session will include elements which will specifically demonstrate how to:
- Recognise the signs of burnout
- Build resilience to manage stress in your professional and personal life
- Adapt to socio-political and emerging complexities in the post-COVID world of work
- Harness new opportunities that might arise from new realities
- Contribute to creating a working world where everyone can thrive and all stakeholders (employers, employees and entrepreneurs / self-employed workers alike – have a vital role in building and sustaining thriving and inclusive working culture).
Hanan Saab, CEO Pharmamed & AIWF Board Member
Naysan Firoozmand, VP Head of Global Executive Coaching at Hult EF Executive Education
Marie-Louise Ek, Senior Director HR PepsiCo
Rima Slim, Executive Coach, Hult Ashridge (Moderator)