As leaders, we have a duty to create a positive work environment. — including those battling with mental illness. More can be done in ensuring that these initiatives are not treated as a paper exercise. Change starts from the top.
In support of mental awareness month, hear from leaders and professionals as they discuss creative ways to normalize wellness practices into the day-to-day life of your employee to drastically improve your company morale, productivity, and performance across remote teams.
- What can leadership do to create a positive mental health culture?
- What are the telltale signs of burnout?
- What are the tangible/intangible benefits of providing virtual coaching and wellness to your team members?
- Because of the pandemic, lots of facetime are done virtually. What are some of the best practices for a good virtual coaching and wellness programs at the workplace?
- How do we support the emotional wellness of our team members as they transition back to work?
Meet the Speaker
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For over 23 years, Holly has spent her professional career in health promotion and education. She has been at TGH for 7 years working as a Sr. Wellness Educator for Team Member Wellness. Prior to being a part of the TGH team, Holly worked in higher education as the director of the health education and wellness promotion department and then as a health promotion specialist in corporate wellness. She has taught health and wellness-related academic courses at USF and at HCC and has also been teaching group fitness and mind/body classes for over 29 years. Holly has a Bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television and a Master’s degree in Wellness and Exercise Physiology from the University of Central Florida (Go Knights!). She also has a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of South Florida. Holly has always been passionate about health and wellness and educating and empowering others to make healthy choices. She enjoys connecting with people, learning more about them, and supporting them on their health and wellness journey.
Seema Weinstein, Ph.D., is the Manager of Psychology & Neuropsychology Services at Tampa General Hospital. Through her 30 year tenure at Tampa General, she has assumed progressive levels of responsibility within the organization, including serving as the inaugural Chief of the Psychology Section for the Tampa General Hospital Medical Staff. Her primary clinical interests are in rehabilitation psychology and clinical neuropsychology, focusing on individuals with complex medical conditions including acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, and Parkinson’s disease. Through her work with individuals facing life-altering events, she has developed a passion for understanding how we can be resilient during challenging times. As a result, she has developed and implemented resilience training and emotional wellness programs for the TGH team and Tampa Bay community.
Jim brings over 20 years of sales and marketing experience from having led high-performing sales teams at Citi, The Hertz Corporation, and most recently at G4S PLC. Jim marries his wealth of enterprise sales experience together with innovation to help organizations go digital, expand, grow and scale. Jim received his undergraduate degree in Finance and International Business from New York University Stern School of Business and his MBA in Marketing and General Management from Dowling College.
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