Supporting Women’s Well-being at Work
Women have faced disproportionate pressures during the COVID-19 pandemic, whether it be home-schooling children, caring for family members, and/or taking on additional emotional labour. How can employers better support the well-being of women during this time?
Read my new article as Executive Contributor at Brainz magazine for key tips you can bring to your team today.
1. Consider the impacts of unpaid, emotional labour
2. Consider women in all their diversity
3. Take stock of your benefits and well-being policies
4. Build emotional safety
5. Support yourself as a leader and model care
See more at the full article here!
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Drawing on a unique blend of skills & lived experience, raised in a Montreal-based Jewish family with a history of social entrepreneurship, I come to ALG through a non-linear path and bring a one-of-a-kind perspective. As a “recovering human rights lawyer” I bring together the pragmatic problem solver in me, guiding others to make things better, and the neurodivergent creative facilitator, educator and communicator, with a deep passion for human growth, connection and empowerment.
In my free time, you can find me fawning over Maya, the family dog, doing yoga or meditating and on walks, so many walks, in rain, shine or snow.
Most importantly I am called to help humans create more compassionate, safe and inclusive spaces and organizations where all women can thrive. This is what lights me up and makes me tick.
On International Women’s Day 2021 I was honoured to be featured by World Pulse in the article: “Her Story Makes History: 21 Women Leaders to Watch in 2021” in the company of a group of 21 changemakers from 13 different countries who are connecting online to power change on the ground, and receive a Digital Changemaker Award as one of World Pulse's 50 Voices Rising in 2022.