Peterborough: Managing Anxiety in the Workplace

Date and Time

Starts:11/16/2022 6:00 PM

Ends:11/16/2022 8:00 PM

Registration Closes:11/15/2022 8:00 AM

Event Type: Professional Development

2 Hour(s)



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Additional Information

Event Sponsor

Stress is sometimes the first indicator for employees that leads to missed workdays, poor performance and lower morale. When the workplace becomes a challenging place, how can managers/employers better manager these situations?

This presentation offers insight into the difference between mental illness and mental health, the science and biology behind anxiety, brings awareness to the issues and a range of tools to help those in crisis.

This workshop will explain the difference between anxiety and mental illness, symptoms to look for and tools for supporting employees through their stressful moments:

  • mindfulness practices and why they work
  • documenting, supporting and re-centering
  • 5 listening practices to use for managing stress
  • creating safe spaces for employees to cope with anxiety and stress
  • what practical tools can HR professionals apply to support employees in times of stress
  • emotional intelligence tips to connect to the employee when unresponsive
  • apply critical thinking for encouraging the employee to shift to positive thinking
  • encouraging a healthier perspective


6:00 PM Welcome and Introduction
6:05 PM Event Starts
8:00 PM Event Concludes

Registration Closes: November 15, 2022 8:00 AM

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Speaker bio(s)
Rani Glick, President

Rani Glick is a Certified Nutrition Practitioner (CNP), Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner and (ROHP), Wellness Coach and former Arts Management Executive. She offers a range of experience in nutrition, fitness, stress management and holistic health practices. She brings a diverse background in strategic development, conference planning and professional development workshops for over 15 national and provincial conferences and association events, coordinated 30 professional development workshops and liaised with over 500 members in professional associations and organizations such as the Arts Dealers Association of Canada, Community Arts Ontario and Toronto School of Art plus managed million-dollar budgets and coordinated organizational systems, databases, strategic planning initiatives and equity and diversity programs…. Rani loves working with corporate teams and individuals.