IFMA MSP November Chapter Meeting Webinar:
Mental Health & Your Workplace
Join us on November 4th for an informative and inspiring program on mental health and the workplace. After attending this presentation and discussion, participants will be able to:
1.Describe the genetic and environmental determinants of mental illness; the correlation between mental health, cognitive functions, and creativity; and the interconnected relationship between physical health, mental health, and the workplace.
2.Summarize the systematic repercussions of a negative working environment on employee mental health, satisfaction, and productivity.
3.Identify mental health risk factors within a workplace, as well as specific managerial design strategies and organizational practices that can be deployed to mitigate risk of stress and increase psychological safety in the workplace.
4.Explain the relevance of leveraging conscious leadership and managerial decision-making to address mental health and stress in the workplace – in general, within the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with regards to the imminent generational shift towards a Gen Z workforce.
MEET OUR SPEAKER:
Amelia (“Amy”) Rosen recently served as the 2018-2019 National President of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and the 2019 Student Director on the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2019 National Board of Directors. Amy is currently working as a Sociospatial Designer at PLASTARC in New York City and is a 2020-2021 At-Large Representative on the AIA Strategic Council, where they serve as a Co-Convener for the Mental Health and Architecture Incubator. They were born and raised in Los Angeles, and moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2012, where they received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Science in Sustainable Design from Carnegie Mellon University.Amy applies integrated design methodologies to everything they do – seeking opportunities to tie architecture into systematic and fluid urban networks. Amy is an advocate for the power of design – to inspire, to unify, and to heal – and is especially passionate about queer space theory, efficient urban water management strategies, and innovative ways to blur the boundaries between the private and public realms. Using their architectural education as a backbone, Amy incorporates equity and social sustainability into their design process. Amy further leverages a passion for data, research, difference, and experimentation in order to unveil innovative design strategies that empower users and ensure a more resilient future.
IFMA Core Competencies addressed in this program will focus on Human Factors and Leadership & Strategy.
Date: Wednesday, November 4
12:00 – 12:05pm: Chapter Announcements
12:05 – 12:50pm: Program
12:50 – 1:00pm: Questions
Pricing: $20 Member / $30 Non-member
Registration: Registration has closed.