Help Employees Improve 5 Areas of Wellness in the Hybrid Home-Office Work Scenario
ActiveOps hosted a breakfast webinar, featuring SDLC Partners’ Jeannine Siviy, Director of Healthcare Solutions, and Dr. Gia Tatone, adjunct professor at Robert Morris University and creator of the “Five Point Model for Regaining Personal Power During a Crisis.”
Together, they highlighted the current picture of workplace stress and participated in a Q&A discussion with the in-person and online audience about how organizations can support employee wellness in a hybrid home-office scenario.
Click “Watch Recorded Webinar” and, then, click the orange > on the Good Morning page. Lastly, click the orange Read On button to start the webinar.
“When our resources get depleted, using the Star model for regaining our personal power & balance as a guide can help us to navigate during times of difficulty.”Dr. Gia R. Tatone
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Director of Healthcare Solutions,
Jeannine is a business and technology strategist who recognizes undiscovered possibilities and spearheads paths of practical innovation – cutting through complexity and ambiguity, and delivering value at speed, at scale. She leads SDLC Partners’ Healthcare Solutions, where she and her team envision “Healthier Lives via Frictionless Healthcare” and passionately address persistent digital health ecosystem challenges – with one solution earning a Gartner Hype Cycle mention. She previously held leadership and technical roles at UPMC, Carnegie Mellon’s Software Engineering Institute, and Eastman Kodak Company. She holds engineering degrees from Purdue and RIT, and CalTech’s certificate in Technology & Innovation Management.
Gia Tatone, PhD,
Department of Organizational Leadership,
Robert Morris University
Dr. Tatone is a lifelong resident of the Pittsburgh region and earned her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. Dr. Tatone has received numerous honorable mentions for her academic excellence, scholarship, leadership, and service. Her peer-reviewed articles span leadership crisis, psychological empowerment, communication, power, and servant leadership and her groundbreaking research on peace leadership. Dr. Tatone is the recipient of several awards including being one of the top 50 influential women in the US in Joyce Faulkner and Pat McGrath Avery’s book Role Call: Women’s Voices. Dr. Tatone teaches at Robert Morris University for the Department of Communication and Organizational Leadership and serves as an Editorial Review Board Member for RMU’s International Journal of Cyber Research Education. Dr. Tatone also serves as a Board of Trustee Member for the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and is a member of the CLP’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Team.