This World Mental Health Day, join sf.citi & Pinterest for an evening on the intersection of mental health & technology.
About this Event
For this next installment of the One City Forum event series, Burnout: How to Survive (and Thrive) in Today's Always On Culture, we will explore how to improve one's mental health & mindfulness, both at home & in the workplace.
As we navigate today's increasingly connected world, we are faced with both opportunities & challenges around our mental health & use of technology. We will kick off the event with a mindfulness activity & fireside chat with Dr. Clare Purvis, Director of Behavioral Science at Headspace.
We will then follow with a discussion from leading health & tech experts, including Bob Boorstin, Senior Vice President at Albright Stonebridge Group & former Director of Public Policy at Google, Kelly Greenwood, Founder & CEO at Mind Share Partners, & Dr. Christina Maslach, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley & creator of the Maslach Burnout Inventory (the first widely used instrument for assessing burnout). In the panel conversation, the speakers will explore the changing face of mental health support & destigmatization in the workplace, how employers can lead on these efforts, how you can better support your own mental health both in the workplace & beyond, & much more.
As always, attendees will enjoy light bites, drinks, & plenty of engaging conversation.
You won't find another event like this. Don't hesitate, grab a ticket today to secure your spot for this important discussion on surviving (and thriving) in today's always on culture.
PLEASE NOTE : DUE TO ALCOHOL BEING SERVED THIS EVENT IS 21+
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