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Visit Arctic Europe II – Stronger together 

Project partners: Finnish Lapland Tourist Board,
Northern Norway Tourist Board and Swedish Lapland Visitors Board
Participants: 122 Tourism companies from the region
Project period: until 30.9.2022 |  Budget: 6,4 Million EUR

VAE E-event: We are humans not zoomans – emerging from the pandemic as stronger and braver people by Pellegrino Riccardi

Visit Arctic Europe: We are humans not zoomans – emerging from the pandemic as stronger and braver people by Pellegrino Riccardi 3.6.2021

It has now been over a year since Covid-19 turned our world upside down. It has been – and still is – tough.

Our digital world has allowed us to work from home, at least to some extent. We shop from home, keep in touch with our family, friends, colleagues and customers online. But at what cost to us as people? And to our state of mind? Perhaps it has even affected your organisation’s culture, your feeling of unity, togetherness and connection to one another.

In this talk, Pellegrino will provide us with insights into how this past year of disruption and change has affected us as humans. More importantly, Pellegrino will provide us with practical tips and tools on how to build resilience and wellbeing so that when you do return to some kind of normality, you will do it as a mentally stronger and braver person.

Some of the highlights you can look forward to in this talk are:

How to build resilience and a sense of general psychological wellbeing during times of change and uncertainty.
How the digital world impacts us as human beings, both positively and negatively.
Everybody is talking about Zoom Fatigue. But it’s not Zoom Fatigue, it’s Zoom Sickness we are suffering from. Luckily there is a treatment for this sickness, and it doesn’t come from Astra Zeneca or Pfizer, or even Moderna. It is called DOSE, as in D.O.S.E. What do these letters stand for and how can you implement them in your life?
Calming the Mind with Gratitude on – how and why it really works.It has now been over a year since Covid-19 turned our world upside down. It has been – and still is – tough.

Our digital world has allowed us to work from home, at least to some extent. We shop from home, keep in touch with our family, friends, colleagues and customers online. But at what cost to us as people? And to our state of mind? Perhaps it has even affected your organisation’s culture, your feeling of unity, togetherness and connection to one another.

In this talk, Pellegrino will provide us with insights into how this past year of disruption and change has affected us as humans. More importantly, Pellegrino will provide us with practical tips and tools on how to build resilience and wellbeing so that when you do return to some kind of normality, you will do it as a mentally stronger and braver person.

Some of the highlights you can look forward to in this talk are:

How to build resilience and a sense of general psychological wellbeing during times of change and uncertainty.
How the digital world impacts us as human beings, both positively and negatively.
Everybody is talking about Zoom Fatigue. But it’s not Zoom Fatigue, it’s Zoom Sickness we are suffering from. Luckily there is a treatment for this sickness, and it doesn’t come from Astra Zeneca or Pfizer, or even Moderna. It is called DOSE, as in D.O.S.E. What do these letters stand for and how can you implement them in your life?
Calming the Mind with Gratitude on – how and why it really works.

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