Building resilience during the COVID-19 crisis

Resilience is a key skill in achieving maximum success and productivity at work. It’s even more important now as the COVID-19 pandemic alters our work life daily. This webinar will give you actionable tips and best practices to develop resiliency at work by minimizing stress, managing change and maintaining balance. Hosted by Marla Goddard, Director, Talent and Employee Relations at The Adecco Group, the webinar is ideal for managers, directors and C-suite executives who want to build a resilient team or develop their own resilience.


Watch the webinar now:

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This webinar focuses on 4 key principles to build resilience:

  • Managing through change
  • Focusing on what you can control
  • Minimizing stress
  • Maintaining balance

About the presenter:

Marla Goddard

Marla Goddard has a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a concentration in Human Resources Management. She leads Adecco Canada’s internal HR strategy and jointly supports over 300 Colleagues and 10,000 temporary Associates, in all aspects of Human Resources Management.

She has over 15 years of experience in the staffing industry in progressive positions all of which have been employee focused. Marla’s passion for people shows in the work she has done in the areas of employee relations, recruitment, and talent development, helping Adecco Canada to be recognized as a great place to work.

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