Rapid change, performance pressure, globalization, not to mention the effects of COVID-19 and pandemic fatigue are collectively driving senior HR leaders to take a much more proactive approach to mental health and wellbeing. Resilience measurably impacts performance and mental wellbeing, and lowers behavioral health risks.
In this way, resilience serves as primary prevention for many Fortune 500 companies working to protect their employees, identify problems, boost agility and prevent acute incidents. In this session we will learn from Laura Young of Goldman Sachs about how she has successfully leveraged resilience in her work supporting people, performance, and talent optimization at the company. As Laura sits down with Jan Bruce, CEO of meQuilibrium, they will discuss important key findings and practical recommendations from meQuilibrium derived from addressing issues in a wide variety of workforce settings.
Location & Time
- Jan Bruce, Co-founder and CEO, meQuilibrium
- Laura Young, VP, Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs
Duration 60 Minutes