Continuity Insights has announced that Dr. George L. Vergolias, PsyD, CTM, Medical Director for R3 Continuum, will share insight dealing with Workplace Resilience and Thriving Amidst the Pandemic as the keynote speaker for the 19th annual Management Conference.
The 2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference is scheduled for October 4-6 at Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, MN.
We are over 18 months into the global pandemic and businesses globally are pushed to continually and rapidly redefine themselves in face of health, financial and psychological uncertainty. The pandemic has challenged us all to rethink our traditional approaches to crisis management and psychological resilience.
Now more than ever, business leaders must continually look for clear and accurate guidance to navigate new trends and behavioral economics. One thing is clear – simply repeating successes of the past will not guarantee future positive outcomes in this systemic crisis. So how do you create value by caring for our greatest assets while staying ahead of the needs of the organization?
In this Keynote address, Dr. Vergolias will delve into:
- The impact the pandemic has had on stress, mental health and hostility in the workplace.
- Key trends and projections related to return to work, remote work, and employee retention
- The challenges of employee uncertainty to organizations today and into 2022.
- What behavioral science tells us to expect tomorrow
- The role of psychological resilience in cultivating a thriving workforce of tomorrow
Dr. Vergolias is Medical Director of R3 Continuum (R3c), a global leader in protecting and cultivating workplace wellbeing in a complex world. He oversees and leads R3c’s Clinical Risk, Threat of Violence and Workplace Violence programs, and has directly assessed or managed over 1,000 cases related to threat of violence or self-harm, sexual assault, stalking, and communicated threats. He is also founder and President of TelePsych Supports, a telemental health company providing crisis risk consultation, resilience and diversion planning, and involuntary commitment evaluations for hospitals and emergency departments.
Learn more and register for the 2021 Continuity Insights Management Conference here.