ALN Academy Podcast

EP 4 Developing Healthy Coping Mechanisms : Out of Mind MasterClass

November 28, 2022 Angelica Gutierrez
ALN Academy Podcast
EP 4 Developing Healthy Coping Mechanisms : Out of Mind MasterClass
Show Notes

Welcome to the fourth episode of the Out of Mind MasterClass Series! In this episode, Caroline Karoki, Head of People and Culture at Anjarwalla & Khanna | ALN takes us through the following:

- Workplace stressors in summary

- How do develop healthy coping mechanisms

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In our previous episodes, we covered:

-Defining mental health

-The mental health continuum

-Managing an unrelenting workload

-Managing unrelenting deadlines

- Relationships at the workplace


Use the link below to listen to the first episode | Mental Health in the Workplace: https://lnkd.in/dmCha5rz


Use this link to listen to the second episode | Managing Workplace Stressors: https://lnkd.in/dre2Hjuu


Use this link to listen to the third episode | Relationships in the Workplace:https://lnkd.in/dUYK5g9m


Stay tuned for part five next week and don't forget to like, comment, share and subscribe to our channel for more content on mental wellness.


About the Masterclass:

Over the next six weeks, The ALN Academy, in partnership with Strathmore Law School, guides us through a better understanding of mental health and emotional well-being, how having poor mental health can affect us, methods and resources to assist us to improve our mental health, and much more.


About the instructor:

Caroline Karoki is a seasoned people and culture professional with over twelve years of experience working in leading professional services firms. She is currently the Head of People & Culture at Anjarwalla & Khanna | ALN, the largest Corporate Law Firm in Eastern Africa, where she also supports teams in Tanzania and Dubai.


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