Over the past months, our biggest social institutions (work, family and school) have converged in one place—our homes. Employees are stressed, burnt out, and opting out at an unprecedented rate. But there are solutions. Hear from Arianna Huffington, Eve Rodsky, Deanna Bass of P&G and Carmilla Tan of Bank of America as they unpack the strategies to help employees mitigate stress and burnout and set them up for success - in their homes and their careers.
Vice President, Global Diversity, Equality & Inclusion, Procter & Gamble
Head of Global Benefits, Bank of America
Founder and CEO of Thrive Global
Author of Fair Play A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and More Life to Live)
A lot of us are understandably feeling anxious about the uncertainty of back-to-school season this year. Join us for a Thrive Conversation between Eve Rodsky, author of the NYT bestselling book Fair Play, and Joey Hubbard, Thrive’s Chief Training Officer, to learn actionable tips for how you can take care of your family during this time without sacrificing your well-being.
For those in leadership positions, the coronavirus crisis is an unprecedented challenge. As we navigate the new normal for ourselves and for our loved ones, we carry the added responsibility of steering our organizations through uncertain times. Our decisions will not only make or break a company, but have direct and lasting effects on people’s lives.
When our relationships are healthy and equitable, it shows everywhere: we can be our best selves at home and at work. But when there are challenges in our partnership, it impacts our productivity, our sense of purpose, and our well-being. Arianna Huffington, founder and CEO of Thrive Global, and Eve Rodsky, Fair Play author, discuss why equity in the workplace starts with equity at home.
Our Virtual Town Hall hosted by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health & Thrive Global, will help you learn how to better support yourself as a first responder. You will learn how to make a powerful mindset shift — that taking care of yourself is the most important thing you can do to care for others — and come away with actionable Microsteps to support and sustain you as you confront this crisis.