Webinar: Strategies to manage burnout, pressure and motivation

With the probable permanent shift to more remote working in the long term, how should employers rethink and future-proof mental wellbeing strategies to account for a separated, digitally-based workforce? Watch reward practitioners from Boston Consulting Group, Molson Coors Beverage Company and Seasalt, together with strategic partner Aviva, as they discuss this and other key trends.

In this one-hour webinar, our panel discussed:

  • How change impacts people’s mental wellbeing, and what this might look like for employees.
  • What is burnout versus pressure versus demotivation and how to identify it in a dispersed workforce.
  • What support managers need to help them lead in this new environment, and not sacrifice their own mental wellbeing.
  • Death by digital: ways to support mental wellbeing without only using virtual tools.
  • Top tips from the panel: new ideas that are working well in practice.

The panel, chaired by REBA's co-founder and director, Debi O'Donovan, included:

  • Mark Kelly, director of global benefits & wellbeing, Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
  • James Hampton, head of development & engagement, Seasalt.
  • Debbie Bullock, UK wellbeing lead, Aviva.
  • Tina Samson, reward program director, EMEA & APAC, Molson Coors Beverage Company.

This webinar was brought to you with strategic partner, Aviva.

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