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A SHRM Webcast
Presenter: Michael Soule, GCC
Program Date: January 2016. This program is no longer available. See a list of all currently available webcasts.
Program length: 60 minutes
Stress is one of the most misunderstood issues facing organizations today. Some employees display high levels of stress, potentially affecting their performance as well as that of their colleagues. Other employees exhibit no outward signs yet may be struggling to keep up with demands--another factor in declining productivity.
In this program, Michael Soule, senior vice president at GCC, will discuss trends and correlations that can make stress more visible in your workplace. He will suggest how, as an employer, you can increase resilience across your entire workforce.
About the Presenter: Michael Soule is senior vice president at GCC. He leads a team that delivers GCC’s proven and engaging health and performance program to employers in the United States and around the world. Soule has had senior leadership positions at Weight Watchers Health Solutions, Medtronic, and Jawbone and Misfit Wearables. He also sits on the Advisory Board on Disruptive Health at Canyon Ranch.
Viewing this webcast in its entirety qualifies for a recertification credit hour that may be counted toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification from SHRM. (Note: The on-demand version of this program does not qualify for HR Certification Institute credit.
This webcast is sponsored by GCC
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