Mercer and PWN Dublin: Cultivating Resilience in a Changing Work Landscape

Recently, long-standing PWN Global corporate partner, Mercer Ireland, hosted  a fabulous PWN Dublin panel discussion on Cultivating Resilience in a Changing Work Landscape. Excellent facilitation by Joanne Seery with fabulous insights from the panellists: Pendo O'Donohoe, Barry ScannellBarry Winkless provided some really interesting  around embracing change, adaptability, AI is an enabler it is not a threat (try it you will see what we mean) and finally set your strategy and review it regularly – it’s a fast paced world. 

Mercer Ireland and PWN Dublin Cultivating Resilience EventCultivating resilience in a changing work landscape is a hot topic in Mercer (and everywhere else) because the modern workplace is constantly evolving, and employees are facing new challenges and stressors that can impact their well-being and productivity. The COVID-19 pandemic has also highlighted the importance of resilience in the workplace, as employees have had to adapt to new ways of working and cope with the stress and uncertainty of the pandemic.

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity and adapt to change, and it is a key factor in employee well-being and productivity. By cultivating resilience in the workplace, employers can help employees cope with stress and uncertainty, improve their mental health and well-being, and enhance their ability to perform under pressure.

At Mercer, we recognize the importance of resilience in the workplace, and we offer a range of solutions and services to help employers cultivate resilience in their workforce. These include employee well-being programs, mental health support, and resilience training and coaching. By investing in resilience, employers can create a more resilient and productive workforce that is better equipped to navigate the challenges of the modern workplace.



Date: October 2023
Author: Joanna O'Riordan, Mercer

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