Make Wellness a Central Component of Your Culture in a Time of Heightened Stress and Burnout

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What You’ll Learn:: 
It's no secret that employees are facing much higher levels of stress. They're balancing work and homeschooling, are concerned about their health and financial wellbeing, and are faced with traumatic and tragic events in the news on a consistent basis. For them to be able to bring their best selves to work and remain productive and engaged, it's critical that communicators encourage them to take care of themselves in these trying times.
During this session, you'll learn:
  • Which wellness initiatives make a difference and which ones miss the mark
  • The role of communications in helping employees better manage the challenges of working from home and stay connected to colleagues
  • How to support the wellbeing of Black employees during a time of crisis and trauma
  • How and why you should integrate wellness into your corporate values and culture
  • Tactics for effective employee outreach
September 2020

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Robin Belleau is the Firm Wide Director of Wellbeing at Kirkland & Ellis. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and an attorney. Prior to joining Kirkland & Ellis in March of 2019, she was the Executive Director of the Illinois Lawyers' Assistance Program (LAP), which provides substance use and mental health services to Illinois Judges, lawyers, and law students. Previous to her role as Executive Director, Robin was LAP's Clinical Director. As Clinical Director, Robin supervised clinical services provided to members of the Illinois legal community.