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Topic: Wellbeing

Leadership at Risk: Strategies for Preventing Burnout and Prioritising Mental Wellbeing

Meghan Stettler, Director at O.C. Tanner Institute, and Salman Haider, Clinical Operations Lead at Intellect

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Leaders are employees, too. This truth may sound obvious, but it’s overlooked enough that mid-level managers are being asked to do more than ever before—experiencing more stress, anxiety, and burnout than other employees—which can lead to a dangerous domino effect. Ultimately, leaders’ work experiences are nowhere near as positive as those of their individually contributing colleagues.

So what is the remedy? It starts with adopting a more holistic view of employees and then advocating for inclusive change management, leader appreciation, and appropriate support. Join Meghan Stettler, director at O.C. Tanner Institute, along with Salman Haider, Clinical Operations Lead at Intellect, as they discuss:

  • The factors contributing to leader burnout
  • Mental health challenges associated with modern leadership
  • Techniques, tools, and resources to combat leader burnout and safeguard mental wellbeing

About the speakers:

Meghan Stettler of O.C. Tanner Institute
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Meghan Stettler Director, O.C. Tanner Institute

As a trusted voice for the O.C. Tanner Institute, Meghan Stettler specialises in knitting together key sentiments and perspectives across the table to identify win-win strategies for workplace culture success. An award-winning journalist, consultant, and speaker, Meghan has forged diplomatic partnerships, interfacing with CEOs, ambassadors, and governors, and broken stories on news outlets like Al Jazeera, News 12 New York, and Network News Service—a conglomeration of ABC, CBS, and FOX.

Meghan is a 2-time recipient of Human Resources Director Magazine’s Global 100 Leader award, the definitive list of the best and brightest people practitioners, and was recently named one of Utah Business Magazine’s 40 Under 40.

Salman Haider of Intellect
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Salman Haider Clinical Operations Lead, Intellect

Salman Haider manages the hiring and onboarding of providers for the Intellect provider network through a detailed interviewing and onboarding process. Salman also manages risk escalations and liaising with providers to co-create best care to users when risk is identified or referrals are made. Additionally, he is responsible for new and existing workflows and processes around user and provider interactions within the app. Salman is the helpline supervisor and conducts regular review with helpline responders to uphold quality standards.

Salman is a Counsellor trained in National Institute of Singapore where he earned his Master’s degree in Counselling & Guidance in 2016. Prior to joining Intellect, he was a Counsellor in a private setting and foreign worker dormitory in Singapore. Salman is a member of the Association of Psychotherapists & Counsellors Singapore (APACS).

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