One-hour webinar / online talk:
Goodbye, Covid fatigue and other fatigues
A humorous, energizing and mentally restorative talk. Business psychologist Helen Eriksen’s shares specific advice and inspiration to help each of us – and all of us together – handle the new reality, overcome our challenges and come out stronger and with a greater capacity for change. The talk will give you a better understanding of your physical, psychological and relational reaction patterns in an age of Covid-19.
New webinar talk:
Goodbye, Covid fatigue and other fatigues
A humorous, energizing and mentally restorative talk
For most of us, Covid has led to profound changes in our workday, and in many cases, the change is not necessarily for the better. By now, many of us are fed up and living with Covid fatigue! Luckily, there are things you can do to help yourself cope better. Through this talk, you will learn about how your brain and your biochemistry reacts to living in a pandemic, and how you can develop greater psychological insight that will help you restore and enhance both your own and your colleagues’ well-being and motivation.
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We had the pleasure of having Helen Eriksen doing a virtual employee seminar on the topic of corona and the fatigue many of us experience. Helen is a fantastic presenter that also knows what she is talking about. She is very energetic and managed to keep all engaged during the entire session delivering insights in why we feel as we do, and what we can do about it. The session was a good mix of science in plain language and funny anecdotes that we could all relate to. We believe all participants left the session uplifted, knowing that there is nothing wrong with feeling the way we do – and that there is hope. We can highly recommend Helen Eriksen.
Leif Høj, HR manager
Center for Communication and Welfare Technology
After this event, we’re all well-prepared for returning to normalcy after the pandemic. In a sharply focused and motivating presentation, Helen Eriksen helped us all understand how and why we react differently when we work from home and don’t have the benefit of checking in with our co-workers. We also received some good advice about how to care for ourselves and each other when we all meet again in the workplace. Thank you for evidence-based inspiration, Helen.
Steen Friis, Director of Center for Communication and Welfare Technology
In a time of Covid-19, when we have been more or less forced to be separated from our normal workplace and interactions with our colleagues for more than a year, we have had the pleasure of Helen’s virtual presentation for about 50 of our colleagues. In the presentation she explained how this extraordinary situation affects us as individuals, both in relation to our own personal situation and in relation to our work. Helen’s focus was on offering insight and understanding into what happens and what we should expect and be aware of once we return to a ‘normal’ everyday life. Although it was a virtual interaction involving more than 50 participants, it worked out really well.
‘With her direct and engaging personality, Helen is brilliant at helping us see ourselves from a distance in this time of Covid-19, with a humorous twist, and helping us understand why we react the way we do. Her presentation has made it clear that we all have the opportunity, on a personal level and in our work, to take control of ourselves through increased self-insight and an awareness of the importance of focusing on the positive sides.’
Simon Plagborg, CCO & Tina Juhl, VP HR, Skamol
I thought I’d give you a little feedback after your talk about Covid fatigue on Tuesday. As I told you then, I thought it went really well.
Afterwards, the employees went back to their respective teams to discuss your talk and the thoughts it sparked in regard to their own specific teams. At the end of the day, we all met in a large group session.
The unanimous feedback was that everyone thought it was great and had definitely addressed some points and issues that made sense to them. Everyone also agreed that it had given them a better understanding of their own reactions, which they found helpful.
I also heard that they felt they had come away with inspiration for good tools and parameters they could modify and tweak – and one employee simply stated that she had gained so much energy from this staff meeting 😉
Lise Friis, Director of Social Services,
In her webinar ‘Goodby, Covid fatigue and other fatigues’, Helen, with her wonderful energy, was able to shine a light on the issues we are all grappling with in a time of Covid.
She targets her talk and maintains the listener’s attention from start to finish, and you walk away with the sense that ‘I’m not alone with these emotions’.
With humour as her passenger and with many pieces of excellent advice, Helen managed to lift everyone’s spirits and provide us all with food for thought.
HR and project coordinator Danish Union of Journalists
Helen gave a presentation to us at The Danish Health Data Authority as part of a series of webinars on how to work during a time of Covid and how to keep up our motivation and a sense of connectedness – even though we’re physically distanced.
Helen was able to really connect on screen and gave us many great points and specific ideas that are helpful to both leaders and staff. The presentation was tailored to our organization, and during the planning stage, Helen took the time to listen to our requests and made sure to address our specific context.
Lisbeth Nielsen, Director, The Danish Health Data Authority
We booked Helen Eriksen for an online talk about changes, well-being, job satisfaction and motivation for our clients, and it was a huge success. During the talk there were lots of eye- opening points, laughter and food for thought. Helen knows how to bring her points and knowledge across in a way that keeps the listeners interested and entertained from start to finish. We definitely recommend Helen Eriksen if you’re looking for a talk based on knowledge- based insight and helpful tools conveyed through entertaining and relevant examples.
Christine Nielsen, Azets