Note: This post has been modified with replay information.


HealthCode will host a free webinar on November 2 at 1 p.m. ET/noon CT on ways organizations can build resilience, mental fitness and well-being among employees in an increasingly stressful world.


In “Spotlight on Resilience: Building a Winning Culture,’’ HealthCode founder Steve Amos will host  an hour-long online discussion with Tony Cucolo, a retired United States Army Major General and CEO of Austin-based Professional Contract Services, Inc., and Gwyn Armfield, retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General, Managing Director of RGA Consulting Group LLC, and co-author of “Lead to Serve and Serve to Lead: Leading Well in Turbulent Times.”


Participants are encouraged to join the virtual brown bag lunch with the generals and hear more on the challenges facing individuals and employers in an increasingly stressful world and practical ways to address these challenges to thrive at work and in life.


The global COVID-19 pandemic, social and political turmoil have increased stress and poor health habits nationwide. Employers are working to address diversity, equity, hiring and retaining, building a healthy corporate culture and grappling with hybrid remote work environments.


As the United States faces two decades of continuous war, the mental health of veterans, service members, and families remains a public health concern.


In addition, all Americans generally are struggling with multiple external stressors that are out of their personal control, with 27% reporting that most days they are so stressed they cannot function, according to a poll conducted for the American Psychological Association.


The October 2022 report and survey – “Stress in America 2022: Concern for the Future’’ – was fielded by The Harris Poll on behalf of APA.


Cucolo and Armfield will provide perspective and tips on building resilience and mental fitness for civilians and veterans alike.

A replay is available on HealthCode’s You Tube channel.

Register to watch the Zoom session here. Any questions in advance should be emailed to

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