Event Date and TimeThursday, September 23, 2021 at 1:00-2:00PM ET


About this webinar

Over the past 18 months, we’ve heard countless stories from across the industry of workforces experiencing burnout and diminished resilience. During this month's Workforce Well-Being Collaborative Learning Forum, our speakers will address these critical challenges as well as discuss strategies for building and enriching resilience within the workforce.

Resilience is the opposite of burnout. It is a person’s ability to recover and remain engaged in their work, even under difficult circumstances. Understanding levels of resilience across your workforce—and any differences that exist between employee groups—is the first and critical step to supporting your employees. Being able to quickly detect the early warning signs of burnout will help you address and mitigate its severity when challenges arise.

Join us Thursday, September 23, from 1–2 p.m. ET, to learn more about national resilience trends and how enriching resilience within your workforce can help fight the burnout crisis.

During this learning forum, you'll learn:

  • How measuring resilience serves as an early warning sign of burnout
  • National resilience trends in context
  • Best practices for supporting the resilience of your workforce, enhancing safety, and mitigating burnout



Deirdre Mylod
Deirdre Mylod, PhD

SVP, Research and Analytics, Executive Director, Institute for Innovation, Press Ganey Associates LLC

Stephanie Jones-Wood
Stephanie Jones-Wood, MPH, CPHQ

System Program Director for Engagement and Resiliency, Houston Methodist Health System