Looking after people´s mental health while working remotely
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What is this Live about?
COVID-19 accelerated the process of introducing technology to our professional lives. In a very short time frame, we completely changed our routines as most of us were forced to work from home - in social isolation. Some adapted with excellence and loved the experience of working remotely, while others had a hard time. Anxiety and exhaustion have been widely reported as common complaints. Why this is so? How does working remotely affect people mentally? How can you help you and your team to increase resilience in this situation and mitigate the harmful effects of social isolation to mental health?
Who will participate?
Professor Hannah Hämer: specialist in organizational psychology, cultural diversity in teams and human behavior across cultures. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at University of Mannheim, Germany with international experience at the University of Valencia, Spain; and an MBA in Strategic Human Resource Management at FGV. Hannah is also Professor of Psychology at Uniceplac.
Professor Edson Agatti Lima: Founder and CEO of Hayek Global College, Masters in Economics from George Mason University, and a bachelors in Marketing from Florida Gulf Coast University, ex-CFO and then as Director of Strategy at Uniceplac, previously worked as tax adviser for KPMG in Budapest, Hungary; and also at Atlas Network, and the Charles G. Koch Foundation in Washington DC.
Friday, Dec. 11 at 1 PM Brasilia Time