studio BE was pleased to host clinical psychologist and mindfulness instructor Dr. Tracey Meyers for a special free 45-minute webinar on Mindful Reboarding: Five Lessons From 2021 That Will Uplevel Your 2022 Workplace Wednesday, December 8th.
As the world wrestles with pandemic life, the reboarding process offers both a challenge and an opportunity for organizations to re-examine their workplace structures.
In this three-part webinar series, Dr. Meyers highlights strategies for returning to the office that are sensitive to both employee preferences and workplace productivity.
This final webinar is designed especially for human resources professionals trying to support employees who are hanging by a thread after 21 months of pandemic worklife. Dr. Meyers explores what you can do to bring them into 2022 at their best.
In her trademark relatable style, Dr. Meyers discusses:
- What level of productivity we can expect in this new normal — and how to measure it
- Job satisfaction and what matters most to employees
- Hacks for employers to increase and improve job satisfaction
- Applying the Compassionate Workspace model to your professional arena
- Tips for HR professionals to stay grounded and nourished in tumultuous times
Dr. Meyers's perspectives particularly help employers recognize the psychological and behavioral health toll the past 15 months have particularly had on women, BIPOC communities, and other marginalized groups as they've navigated the competing demands of home, schooling, senior caregiving, and work.
If you missed the live webinar, we invite you to watch the whole workshop here:
Dr. Tracey Meyers is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. She works at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL), a legal assistance program serving lawyers, judges, and law students.
Prior to joining LCL, Tracey worked for the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, where she spent over 16 years working in inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. Tracey has a strong commitment to integrative medicine for mental health and wellness and leads mindfulness and yoga programs for groups, individuals, and professionals in the workplace.
In addition to her background in psychology, she is also an advanced yoga teacher, certified yoga therapist, and meditation teacher. Tracey has authored several publications, including articles and book chapters about integrative medicine, positive behavioral support treatment for different mental health conditions, and developing collaborative relationships in healthcare settings.
She has an upcoming book coming out in January 2022 entitled Transformational Healing through Yin Yoga Therapy, which is an extensive guide to utilizing yoga and meditation to support mental health and well-being.