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WIPN DE&I National Webinar | Creating a Psychologically Healthy Workplace
May 10 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Is it Safe to Speak Up at Work? Learn how to create a psychologically healthy workplace.
Diversity is a key element of the modern landscape but if it isn’t given the attention and energy to be successful, it can impact productivity and learning. The antidote – psychological safety. Psychological safety is critical to fostering inclusion and innovation and it leads to healthier, more productive, and more inclusive teams in the workplace.
Join WIPN’s Head of DE&I Rosalyn Brown and Dr. Kristin Tugman, Vice President of Health and Productivity Analytics and Consulting Service for Prudential Group Insurance, as they speak about the stress of surge capacity depletion and reduced resilience following the pandemic, the role of ambiguous grief, and some practical ways that workplace relationships need to change. Kristin Tugman, PhD, CRC, LPC
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About our Speaker
Kristen Tugman, Ph.D., CRC, LPC
Vice President, Health and Productivity Practice, Prudential
Dr. Kristin Tugman has more than 20 years’ experience as a health and productivity consultant. Her work is founded on a specific cognitive behavioral model to help individuals overcome psychological barriers and return to productivity. In addition, she’s the author of several publications on the psychological aspects of disability. A certified rehabilitation counselor and licensed professional counselor, Dr. Tugman earned a master’s in rehabilitation counseling from Georgia State University and a Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from Capella University. Dr. Tugman leads a team focused on identifying disability trends that impact Prudential customers and making actionable recommendations to help maximize productivity and minimize absence.