How Organizations Can Support the Mental Health of a Hybrid Workforce

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Steven Rosato, Senior Manager, Overdrive; Erin Lanham, Research Information Specialist, Edward Jones; and James Chambers, Editorial Director, Infobase

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The COVID-19 pandemic significantly disrupted business operations, forcing many companies to shift employees to work from home. Two years later, many employees are still working virtually at least part of the time.

In this new remote and hybrid environment, supporting the mental health and well-being of employees is key to retaining talent and creating a more positive and productive work culture.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how a digital library:

  • Provides a flexible, accessible, and budget-friendly learning option
  • Prioritizes the mental health and well-being of your staff


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Steven Rosato
Steven Rosato

Senior Manager, Overdrive

Steven Rosato is a business development executive and general manager for OverDrive Professional, the leading reading platform for academic, corporate, and special libraries. Prior to joining OverDrive in 2016, Steven was the event director of BookExpo America (BEA), spending 20 years as an executive with Reed Exhibitions. He worked extensively with senior government officials and publishing luminaries from China, Russia, Poland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, and the Middle East while running BEA’s global market forum program. A graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University, Steven holds a degree in business management.

Erin Lanham
Erin Lanham

Research Information Specialist, Edward Jones

Erin Lanham is a research information specialist at Edward Jones in St. Louis, Missouri. She was previously with Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, where she provided research services and information access and managed the knowledge services and library team. Prior to Mallinckrodt, Erin held information specialist positions at Solutia and St. Charles Community College, where she developed the college's first credit course in online information and internet research. Erin holds a master of library and information science degree from the University of Missouri and has held leadership positions and served on the boards of multiple SLA communities.

James Chambers
James Chambers

Editorial Director, Infobase

James Chambers is the editorial director at Infobase, where he manages the reference database and e-book publishing program, oversees the Omnigraphics imprint, and serves as editor-in-chief of the Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center database. He has more than twenty years of experience editing health reference books, databases, and content in many other subject areas.