We don't talk about mental wellness enough. Whether we are aware of it or not, it affects every single one of us. Our own issues and those of the people around us will impact our everyday life, both personal and professional. This conference is an opportunity for employers and employees to discuss a hugely important, but widely ignored and under-estimated, topic.
Mingle with experts in the field and listen to personal accounts and practical advice on how addressing mental wellness at the workplace can improve performance and relationships at work, in the process improving productivity and retention.
Organised by Working Town® Events in partnership with The Richmond Foundation, the Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise & Industry, the General Workers' Union,the Malta Employers' Association and We Connect.
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SELF-ESTEEM AND ASSERTIVENESS ARE IMPORTANT FOR MENTAL WELLNESS AT WORK, BUT THAT’S NOT ALL THERE IS TO IT
Zoom link and password will be sent upon registration
Thursday 28th October 2021
15:00 – 16:15 CET
The fifth and final free webinar in our series leading to our conference will deal with the topic of self-esteem and assertiveness and why these are so important for mental health. Does this mean that believing in yourself and thinking positively will solve all your problems? Of course not, and in today quick-fix society it can be easy to fall for that simplistic idea. The webinar will therefore also touch upon legal and medical issues relating to mental wellness at work. The speakers for this session will be Dr Roselyn Borg, Stephania Dimech Sant, Dragan Donkov, Alessandra Patti, Patrick Psaila Désirée Steinmann and Dr Rachel (Sasha) Taylor-East. Their bios are included above.