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Anxiety and stress in the workplace: How HR can combat modern pressures
The past year has and continues to have a significant impact on our wellbeing, with experts predicting that a sizeable minority could be left with mental health problems that outlast the pandemic.

While HR leaders and the wider community will be facing challenges that are stressful, overwhelming and emotionally draining, we need to learn how to take care of ourselves, listen to others and approach situations with clarity of thought.

In turn, this helps us face anxiety and stress head-on, creating a sense of consciousness and provides a solution to a happier, healthier and wiser workplace.

In our next HR Expert webinar, international mindfulness teacher, Dr Orlaith O’Sullivan, will showcase practical approaches HR can use to combat anxiety and help their workforce avoid burnout in a remote environment.

· Overcoming the key obstacles to our happiness
· How to not believe everything we think
· Practices to interrupt the momentum of anxiety
· Practices to nourish our experience of joy, connection,
gratitude and kindness

Apr 21, 2021 11:30 AM in London

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Orlaith O’Sullivan
Founder @Dr Orlaith O'Sullivan: Mindfulness Training & Consultancy
Orla is internationally recognised for her teachings on living mindfully and cultivating happiness. She has been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years in the tradition of Plum Village / Thich Nhat Hanh and is a leader in Mindfulness & Character Strengths. Her work supports people to create happier communities - whether as part of a business, family or school. Orla is International Co-ordinator for Wake Up Schools, an international grass-roots movement to support teachers and create mindful educational communities. A founder member of the Community for Contemplative Education (an initiative of Mind & Life Europe), Orla also serves on the Steering Group on Mindfulness in Education for the Mindfulness Initiative UK. She is an advisor to the World Happiness Festival and speaks regularly at conferences, including the Mindful Kids Peace Summit, Mindfulness in Education Summit and various wellbeing and mindfulness events. She is an award-winning author and holds a PhD in English lit.