Topic: Employee Experience

Building Nimble Resilience with Employee Appreciation and Mental Wellbeing

Building Nimble Resilience with Employee Appreciation and Mental Wellbeing

29th Feb 2024

10-11 AM SGT

With the ever-accelerating pace of change, organisations need to redefine ’resilience’. Far more than endurance and being reactive, it is now becoming about embracing change with a proactive, adaptable mindset. New research from the O.C. Tanner Institute’s 2024 Global Culture Report reveals that employees are 11x more likely to report a positive experience with change when organisations take a people-centred approach.

Resilience in the workplace is also closely tied to healthy mental wellbeing practices. Clinical research shows that employees who are more resilient tend to respond more adaptively to the fast-paced and dynamic nature of daily work. Organisational leaders are, now more than ever, becoming more proactive in cultivating and providing resources for employees to better manage stress levels and overall wellbeing.

As we approach Employee Appreciation Day, we invite you to join us for a webinar on 29th Feb at 10:00 AM SGT where our speakers, Russell Flint from O.C. Tanner and Salman Haider from Intellect will reveal the powerful impact meaningful employee appreciation and mental wellbeing strategies can have on building nimble resilience and enhancing an organisation's capacity to navigate change more effectively.

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About The Speakers:
Russell FlintRussell Flint

Russell Flint

Russell Flint

Director Business Development, APAC O.C. Tanner

Every day, Russell helps organisations understand the power of workplace culture and recognition, and shares stories about forward-thinking organisations with inspiring cultures. Joining O.C. Tanner in 2007, Russell has gained an in-depth understanding of the factors that influence culture, and has worked in partnership with a broad range of blue chip and multinational organisations spanning industries such as banking and finance, professional services, energy and resources, government, aviation, retail, healthcare and construction. Russell is credited by colleagues as a team member who lives the values, being truly passionate about the organisation’s purpose to ‘help people thrive at work’ and the powerful impact of employee recognition.

Russell Flint

Russell Flint

Director Business Development, APAC O.C. Tanner

Every day, Russell helps organisations understand the power of workplace culture and recognition, and shares stories about forward-thinking organisations with inspiring cultures. Joining O.C. Tanner in 2007, Russell has gained an in-depth understanding of the factors that influence culture, and has worked in partnership with a broad range of blue chip and multinational organisations spanning industries such as banking and finance, professional services, energy and resources, government, aviation, retail, healthcare and construction. Russell is credited by colleagues as a team member who lives the values, being truly passionate about the organisation’s purpose to ‘help people thrive at work’ and the powerful impact of employee recognition.

Salman HaiderSalman Haider

Salman Haider

Salman Haider

Head of Clinical Operations, 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).

Salman Haider

Salman Haider

Head of Clinical Operations, 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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