Signature Workshop: How to Find Well-being in a Stressful Workplace

Have you ever wondered why some teams are more successful than others?

Why some teams are achieving breakthrough results, top-of-the-line productivity, and just about ZERO turnover, while others in the EXACT same organization are less than successful?

I have.

For years I worked in many organizations (employer and clients) where not only did I dread coming to work in the morning, but once I got there, I felt stressed to the point where it actually sent me into a depression.

And not because I couldn’t handle the hours or workload, but rather the actual toxicity of the workplace – the politics, the (lack of) leadership, and some of the people – all conspired to cause me to physically and mentally get sick.

So the question becomes: What can Leaders do to create a high-performing, highly functioning team, despite being in a super busy, hectic work environment?

The answer is to find a win-win that enables employee mental health, psychological safety, and well-being as the first priority. Only then can the team deliver their best under stress.

As a woman in tech and of south Asian descent, Speaker & Author Sunita Alves has just about seen it all through her 25+ years of experience.  And during this insightful session, she provides some actionable tips and tools on how to not only be more successful in a stressful workplace but also protect your own health and well-being in the process.

Psychological Safety & Wellness are the preconditions for success!

During this session, Sunita shows participants:

How the 13 factors in the National Standard for Psychological Safety & Health are a blueprint for identifying what is (i) working well, (ii) what should start, and (iii) what should stop.

How mindfulness & self-compassion can enable teams to communicate the problems everyone sees but no one feels safe enough to broach.

How Project Dharma, a process mirroring the five stages of a high-performing team, can help individuals cope with stressful situations so they work in a way that is aligned with their mental health and well-being.