RECOGNIZING AND RESPONDING TO STRESS AND ANXIETY IN THE WORKPLACE
Thursday, June 22, 2023 | 5:30PM – 7:30PM
Employee safety, health and well-being are topics of growing concern in the 21st century. Given that a majority of the incoming generation struggles with mental health, companies have an unprecedented need to prepare for the inevitable challenges they will face. To do so, they must provide frontline managers with the skills needed to recognize and respond to situations where help may be needed. In this 2-hour workshop, we’ll discuss signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety and help participants understand how to most effectively respond to it.
Joseph White, AEU Lead
As Director of AEU LEAD, Joe White focuses on helping members transform operational goals into actionable plans through a structured change management process. Prior to joining AEU, Joe was a senior consultant for E.I. DuPont’s consulting division, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS). He joined DSS in 2011 to develop the next generation of safety practices using extensive research in behavioral sciences he’s compiled over a period of nearly two decades. His efforts resulted in the development of The Risk Factor, which is now the flagship instructor-led offering for the consulting division. Combined, Joe has 26 years of operational safety experience, the majority of which was with DuPont. Joe has been published in Occupational Health & Safety Magazine for his prominent work in safety relative to behavioral and neurosciences and is an event speaker at many leading industry conferences including National Safety Council (NSC) Congress and Expos, American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), and National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA). Joe is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and has a B.S., in Safety and Risk Administration.
ABC-VA Richmond Office
1600 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228
Member – $75
Non-Member – $100
Please note that a reservation constitutes a financial commitment unless cancellations are made 48 hours in advance.
Contact Sherrie Dickerson