Robins Kaplan LLP 2022 Women in Insurance Symposium

Fostering Trust to Avoid Burnout and Build Resilience

November 17, 2022

Boston I Los Angeles I New York I Remote

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated burnout and other forms of workplace distress, especially for women. Fortunately, tools and strategies for diminishing and reversing the impacts of unrelenting workplace demands are available to us now, too. Join us for a dynamic presentation on how trust and resilience at work deter burnout and increase professional satisfaction. Leave with a toolkit for reigniting your personal energy and engagement, and for reinforcing engagement and enthusiasm among your team and colleagues in the industry.

  • Think of one person you trust at work. What characteristics and behaviors make that person trustworthy?
  • If no one comes to mind, what would your coworkers have to demonstrate in order for you to trust them?
  • What does resilience mean to you, and when have you been (or are now) resilient in your life? What actions and feelings are associated with that resilience?
  • What, if anything, is getting in the way of trust and/or resilience at work?

Judith Gordon
LeaderEsQ, LLC

Judith Gordon works with professionals and teams to create collaborative cultures that promote healthy workplaces, so that they lead and excel without burnout. Her programs and individual coaching focus on equipping professionals with tools and strategies that build confidence and resilience, optimize productivity and high-performance, and reduce stress. Judith is the founder of LeaderEsQ, LLC, a coaching and training consultancy, and on faculty at UCLA School of Law where she has been teaching emotional intelligence, stress management, and high-performance skills for the past decade.

If you have questions, please Contact Christine Berndt at or 612.349.8404.