First Things First: The Role of HR in Employee Wellbeing
Nancy Vitale, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Partners for Wellbeing
For our July virtual meeting, we’ll have an interactive session from former CSHRP member Nancy Vitale.
Stress seems to be part of every job description, particularly when you reach the C-suite. But that doesn’t mean it gets to take over your life. When handled correctly, stress can be contained, minimized and conquered.
-Review and understand key elements that enable our personal wellbeing.
-Reflect on gaps in each element in our personal/professional roles - how are we "showing up" as a CHRO/CPO role model.
-Pick one area of focus for next 30 days and using the WOOP (Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, and Plan) technique, invest in that area.
-Extract and apply learnings for how to better support employee wellbeing overall.
Please come prepared to have active conversations with your peers in breakout groups. Please submit questions on the topic by July 10th to email@example.com on employee/leader wellness issues you would like see discussed.
Who Should Attend:
CPO/CHRO, VP/Directors/Managers of People/HR
About the Presenter:
Nancy Vitale is a senior HR executive with 25+ years of experience driving culture transformation, organization change, and profitability for industry leaders, including Genentech/Roche, Procter & Gamble, CIGNA, and Deloitte Consulting. Through people, culture and strategy, she has delivered business growth and transformation while building recognized great places to work.
Nancy is now the Co-founder and Managing Partner of Partners for Wellbeing, a boutique consulting firm that integrates total wellbeing into company culture so that people can better manage stress and anxiety and ultimately be at their best. When people can be at their best, they can do their best work. This also helps companies attract, retain and sustain high-performing talent and build greater resilience, engagement and productivity. Through total wellbeing, Nancy’s purpose and passion is to make the work world a better place.