Q&A: Strategies for Dealing with Work from Home Stress
A letter and invitation to Wiss clients, partners friends and family from Paul Peterson, Managing Partner, Wiss
Hello to our Extended Wiss Family,
In order to deal with the immediate and wide-spread threat of this pandemic, the global focus has rightfully been on ensuring our collective physical health and well-being is maintained through actions like “physical distancing” and remote working. This virus unfortunately preys on the more vulnerable and we must do our part to protect them. Many of us have been and/or unfortunately will be experiencing a loved one or friend who becomes a victim of this terrible disease. Our thoughts are with you, your families and your friends.
There are many negative consequences that we are experiencing from COVID-19. Loss, sickness, separation, economic fall-out, isolation are all psychological factors that can damage our emotional health and cause individual and family stress.
From the stresses of suddenly working remotely to schooling children at home, almost all of us are heading into uncharted territory with this global pandemic and financial crisis.
Just as Wiss has been your partner to grow with by providing critical expertise in a full range of professional disciplines, we also call in the experts when needed. For many years, our expert on top-performing habits has been clinical psychologist – Dr. Nick Molinaro.
Wiss is delighted to host Dr. Nick for a candid 60 minute Q&A this coming Thursday, April 9th at 3:00 PM ET to discuss how we can more successfully overcome stress during these trying times – with a special focus on working from home.
We welcome everyone, including employees and business partners, friends and family to join this event. Our hope is that it will give solace to all by validating the underlying stress we are all experiencing and provide psychological-based understandings and techniques for overcoming anxiety triggers.
All my best,
Reay to learn how to better manage stress and anxiety related to working from home? Sign up for our webinar and share this event with anyone you think might benefit.
|For over 35 years, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Nick Molinaro has been helping individuals reduce stress, increase happiness, and maximize potential - especially among top performers. In addition to his normal practice, he’s an expert in optimal performance under pressure. His client list includes Olympic athletes, Fortune 500 executives, athletes in every major professional sport, and folks like you and me.|
|Paul Peterson is a Managing Partner. In his role, he leads the Firm’s long term strategy and helps cultivate an environment where our people can flourish in servicing our clients. He has extensive experience providing accounting, auditing and tax services to a variety of businesses and advising clients on growth, personnel, strategy, succession planning, financing and organizational structure.|