This mental health panel will address key questions regarding burnout in the workplace geared toward both employers and employees. Panelists include mental health experts and insurance professionals with first-hand burnout experience. See speaker profiles below>>
Walk away with answers to questions such as:
What are the key indicators that you are nearing burnout?
How can you support a team member (as a manager or as a colleague) when someone is experiencing burnout?
How do you communicate burnout to your managers?
How do you go about setting boundaries to prevent burnout?
How do you navigate a situation when you’ve voiced you’re overwhelmed and don’t receive the appropriate support?
Define a culture of burnout and what can organizations do to mitigate it?
Allyship is crucial to improving our world. What can we make sure we’re doing to stop perpetuating a culture of burnout?
Learn About the Panelists
Dr. Barbara F. Shabazz
Founder and CIO, Intentional Activities
Dr. Shabazz is the author of Intentional Balance and the owner of Intentional Activities. For over 25+ years, she has served students, clients, and the larger community as an instructor, advisor, speaker, consultant, therapist, and coach. She helps personal and executive clients disrupt negativity, discover personal meaning, and achieve goals and intentional balance. Her goal with Intentional Activities is to tap into the inherent strengths of each client, equipping them with the tools necessary to live a more action-oriented and authentic life.
Sean Morris, LMFT, SAP
Executive Vice President, Impact Suite
Sean received his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is a licensed Therapist, a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), and a Substance abuse and mental health designated examiner. Sean has worked at providing mental health solutions and consulting with employers for the majority of his career. He is the Executive Vice President at Impact Suite. Sean has developed a number of programs to create a proactive and preventative approach to emotional health and well-being. He is a member of Younique’s Clinical Advisory Committee, a Board Member for Lawyers Helping Lawyers, a committee member for the Utah State Bar Well-being Committee, IAFF peer and clinical support team member, and critical incident stress management team member.
Risk Management Advisor & Sales Manager, LR Windsor
Edwin specializes in commercial general liability, workers compensation, business auto, professional liability, commercial umbrella and many more. He went into the insurance business at the age of 19 and has always had a focus on helping educate clients about the importance of being properly insured. He first noticed a major gap in the Latino & Black communities from helping business owners who were not his clients translate paperwork they would get from their brokers. The lack of education in the community fired a passion that has not grown dim. With the partnership at LR Windsor Edwin has been putting focus towards spreading awareness and providing his people with the additional resources he now has access to. His focus on emotional intelligence has provided him with the tools to connect with his family, clients, co-works and himself.
Author of Undiscovered Voices: Unlocking the Potential of Women in Insurance
I've been in the Insurance industry for 21 years in various different roles. My career started as a customer service representative and progressed to a producer at an independent agency. I've also worked in an insurtech for about a year helping agencies hire Virtual assistants. The insurance industry gave me the most room for making a good living and growth but I've found there is a glass ceiling that is hard to break through for women. My goal is to help even out the playing field for all races and genders in the Insurance industry.
Brought back by popular demand!
Lauren Ruth Martin
Lauren Ruth Martin is a licensed professional counselor (LPC-MHSP), keynote speaker, podcast host, and workshop trainer, discussing over control, burnout, and perfectionism to colleges and companies of all sizes, including the American Association for Justice, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Belmont University, Dell, University of Florida, Ollie Pets, and Axios.