Employees and employers alike have had to relearn and adjust how they manage expectations right now. While there have always been stressors outside of the workplace, the pandemic has definitely compounded that stress tenfold. Now more than ever, employers need to create hopeful, supportive work environments if they want to see positive mental health and productivity in their organizations.
But, how do you do that when there is so much outside the workplace that you can’t control?
Kolbi Kukurba is here on the podcast this week with a simple, but powerful answer. Invest in your people. Implement people-focused strategies that understand where your employees are at with flexibility and compassion.
Listen in as Kolbi details simple ways that organizations can shift their strategies to be more people-centered and supportive both now and consistently into the future.
About Kolbi Kukurba:
Kolbi Kukurba is a proud Albertan living in a rural county outside of Edmonton with her two rescue dogs. She has spent her professional career in the not-for-profit sector, developing programs, managing projects, and connecting individuals to the important work of mental health in the workplace through strong communications and advocacy strategies.
As the Project & Public Relations Manager for Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division, she identifies province-wide opportunities and initiatives which build the potential for the improved mental health of all Albertans. In this role, she manages the workplace mental health initiatives and hopes to enhance workplace mental health in organizations throughout our diverse province. Kolbi is a strong advocate for mental health as a human right..