Session: One Life. Live it Well
The pandemic’s impact on working women is huge. The circumstances under which women are working and living have changed drastically since the onset of the pandemic, including where and how they work.
The combination of work stress, personal and collective health anxiety, financial stress, and political unrest are contributing to a specific kind of burnout brought on by the COVID-19.
Between job-loss worries, work from home challenges, and feeling overworked, it’s easy to understand why the fallout from the pandemic is taking such a toll.
At a time when it feels like so much is out of our control, it’s important to recognize what you can change in your own life, like what you eat, how you sleep, and how often you exercise. Women have to face many challenges in the workplace and in everyday life.
How can companies gain empathy to support women employees and how will women themselves find the path to inner peace, self-realization, and self-development?
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Bio: Iliada Evangelia Kothra
Founder and creative director of www.living-postcards.com, a project started in 2012, at a time of deep economic and political crisis, out of the need to change the world's perspective of Greece, and to promote new boutique hotels, designers, artists, and innovative Greek brands abroad. She is a digital marketeer, founder of the #dontacceptit Campaign against domestic violence, and she has published two books. She is a keynote speaker.