Today, millions of professionals are part of a global burnout culture. As they try to climb the career ladder, they are faced with more and more messages encouraging them to rise earlier, work harder and even sleep less.
As business leaders look to optimize their business, employees working harder sounds like a great idea, but there’s a price to be paid for ignoring the stress of the daily grind: burnout.
In this on-demand webinar, we explore strategies organisations can use to help battle burnout whilst ensuring employees maintain a healthy relationship with their work.
What is discussed:
The discussion is led by Faye Walshe Head of Innovation & Research at the Robert Walters Group.
Driving Wellbeing and Diversity & Inclusion across the Middle East region, Sunaina's specialisation is implementing and driving strategies that support and enrich the 'People Experience'.
Sunaina is a global mental health advocate and her passion is helping people realise their highest potential so that they can bring their best selves to all they do, personally and professionally, and to all around them.
Vice President of Talent
Paula Judge joined Accel in 2018 to focus on Accel’s talent efforts. Prior to Accel, Paula led Americas go-to-market recruiting efforts at Palo Alto Networks during a period of significant revenue and headcount growth. She joined Palo Alto Networks from Heidrick and Struggles, a retained executive search firm, where she conducted executive level searches for the technology practice. She began her career in the non-profit sector, holding a number of fundraising and programmatic roles with San Francisco Ballet and the Toigo Foundation.
Paula grew up in Massachusetts and earned her degree in History from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Co-founder and CEO
Dan Pupius is CEO of Range, an early-stage company developing software that builds high-performance culture. Formerly the head of engineering at Medium and a Staff Software Engineer at Google, he has an MA in Industrial Design from Sheffield University, and a BSc in Artificial Intelligence from The University of Manchester.
Director of Talent
Janine O’Neill is a Director of Talent at Sequoia Capital. She helps portfolio companies hire executives across the G&A functions. A certified integral coach, Janine also serves as advisor for PeopleTech Partners, an early stage advisory group that leverages the insights of current People leaders operating in top tier businesses to accelerate the growth of companies in their portfolio. She earned her MBA in Finance from the University of California, Berkeley.
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