ATD Dallas May Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
5:30 - 7:00 PM (CST)
Speakers: Natasha Carter and Spencer Clancy
How resilient are you and your employees? Resilience and wellness have become commonplace terms over the past year during the pandemic. Wellness is frequently used as an indicator of resilience, particularly when referring to resilience as a process of overcoming difficulties, adversity, or trauma. Come learn how one Health Care System focused on resiliency to help with unplanned change. And, learn from a Health Advocate on resources available for organizational wellness and self-care.
At this month’s ATD meeting we will focus on Mental Health and Wellness through a moderated panel discussion. You’ll hear from the System Director of Learning and Development at Christus Health on their six pillars of resilience created to sustain well-being and safety for frontline clinicians. You’ll also hear from a UnitedHealthCare Onsite Health Advocate who partnered in designing an effective health and wellness program for TD Industries.
By the end of this session, you’ll be able to:
- Identify resources available for your organization's health and wellness
- Explore alternative approaches to resilience
- Identify strategies for self-care
About the speakers:
Natasha Carter is a Health and Wellness Advocate for UnitedHealthcare. She oversees her client’s health promotion and engagement initiatives and works with employees around health literacy and health ownership. In her 20+ years in the health and wellness industry she has worked in patient care delivery, corporate wellness and managed care. Natasha holds an MBA with a focus in healthcare and a BS in Exercise and Sport Studies. She is a license and certified Athletic Trainer and has completed advance certification in yoga for healthcare professionals. When it comes to mental health, Natasha believes it is the cornerstone of our wellbeing, and just like our physical health, there are things we can do to protect it.
As the System Director of Learning & Development, Spencer leads a team of professionals dedicated to creating meaningful learning experiences for all of CHRISTUS Health’s Associates. His personal mission as learning and development professional is to continuously balance advances in learning best practices with practical implementation strategies that meet business needs. He values his time working with Leaders and coaching them on ways to build stronger work environments for themselves and their Associates.
Spencer holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and recently began his journey to become an ICF-accredited coach. Based in Frisco, Texas, when he’s not at work he’s either golfing, watching college football, battling Bermuda grass in his yard, or trying a new restaurant with his fiancé, Katie.
Online: Meeting invite sent after you register.
Questions? If you have any questions please contact the ATD Dallas office at 972-233-9107 ex224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.