What can managers and leaders in the hospitality sector do to ensure that their employees are maintaining positive mental health and wellbeing?
We know emotionally healthy employees perform better, are absent less, and more likely to stay. That is why more companies are focusing on the mission, "In order to achieve, you have to put wellness first." This upstream commitment of workplace wellness creates a prevention and retention culture that focuses on connection and belonging, building resilience, and maximizing self-care so employees have the tools and resources to manage adversity and anxiety before reaching burnout.
Attendees will learn practical and creative strategies for managing others including how to build a wellness culture that fosters connection and retention, connect with employees, model coping skills for adversity and how to address the challenges of an industry with a transient workforce and a demanding culture,
- Small, creative, and doable strategies for big changes in workplace wellness
- How to create a culture of connection so employees don't want to leave
- How to allow others to feel heard and therefore feel valued
- How to create more stability in a traditionally party hard work culture
- Life events that make people more vulnerable to despair
ABOUT ANNE MOSS ROGERS MENTAL HEALTH SPEAKER, TRAINER, & SUICIDE LOSS SURVIVOR
One of the most sought-after motivational mental health speakers, Anne Moss has lived the ultimate tragedy and become an expert on emotional wellness, suicide prevention, and postvention, as well as youth mental health.
Her youngest son, Charles, was the funniest, most popular kid in school. As a teen, he wore the mask of a clown to hide his depression and anxiety and used drugs and alcohol to numb his thoughts of suicide. Ultimately, he became addicted to heroin and took his own life in 2015 at age 20.
Anne Moss's presentations always start with her powerful story of loss but end with a message of hope and the coping skills she used to heal emotionally. Authentic and real, Anne Moss teaches through stories and her audiences offer her their full rapt attention– often not moving.
The most devastating loss of her life was a turning point. While it took time to accept that purpose with grace, she has never looked back or regretted that decision.