Event Details

Event Type: Webinar


Thu
June 06, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm
At your computer/device


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How to Thrive in Your Flexible Work Environment


The pandemic has revolutionized the way we work, turning hybrid and remote work from an exception into a widespread standard. More than three years after pandemic shutdowns began, it is clear that flexible work practices are here to stay for the foreseeable future. But how do these work environments affect our well-being?

If you are a remote or hybrid worker looking for ways to thrive in a flexible work environment, then this free webinar is for you! We’ll begin by examining the science behind human thriving, including the universal need for connection, engagement, and positive emotions. We’ll then look at how these factors play out in the context of flexible workspaces.

In this interactive session, you will learn practical tools and strategies you can use to improve your well-being while working remotely, such as managing your time wisely, ensuring regular breaks for physical activity and self-care, combating isolation, fostering connections, and more. With the right mindset and tools, you can learn how to make your flexible working environment a place where you can thrive!

This class will be recorded and a one-week link to the recording will be shared with all registered participants. Attend the live session or listen to the recording within one week to receive incentive points.

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Instructors: Ann Foley is the senior director of Workplace Experience in Stanford UHR, where she oversees the flexible work, service recognition and employee surveying programs. With over 25 years of experience in training and change management, Ann’s mission is to shine a light on the employee experience and bring people together to develop and refine programs that make life better for employees.

Dominique Del Chiaro, M.Ed., is the director of Stanford Healthy Living, overseeing program development and operations of evidence-based wellness offerings. She has facilitated healthy workplace classes and professional development workshops for over 25 years and believes good communication, play, and mindfulness are essential for a healthier lifestyle.

Class details are subject to change.