17 June 2020 — 9AM EST / 3PM CET

While following quarantine and social distancing recommendations or requirements can help stop the spread of COVID-19, a secondary pandemic of mental health challenges has been on the rise. As international organizations, how can we support employees' psychological safety on a global level, including field offices? How can we position ourselves to take a proactive approach, instead of reacting to consequences?

Join our webinar discussion with Dr. Stuart Fisher, Senior Psychologist at The World Bank Group, Dr. Regan Shercliffe, Chief Staff Counseling at United Nations World Food Programme, and Dr. Moussa Ba, Chief Critical Incident Stress Management Unit at United Nations, moderated by Saleema Vellani, Innovation Strategist, Author, and Conference Chair for AHRMIO's 2020 Annual Conference.

We'll discuss:

  • How are international organizations supporting their staff during these challenging times, especially staff in field offices?
  • How can we incorporate a decentralized approach and move to a population health management model?
  • How much bend is there to call for resilient HR policies to fit-for-purpose?
  • How do we think in terms of systems and proactive approach to people wellbeing and not just in terms of responding and being reactive?

Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions live through the chat. The webinar will also be recorded and shared on our YouTube channel, which you can subscribe to here.

Speakers

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Chief Critical Incident Stress Management Unit at United Nations
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Senior Psychologist at The World Bank
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Chief Staff Counseling at United Nations World Food Programme
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Innovation Strategist, Author