职业倦怠?设计行业中的心理健康

2021-10-09 14:56:32 78
所属专辑:Hassell Talks
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主播:SteveCosterHassell
嘉宾:NaomiStead教授,莫纳什大学
Bonnie Shaw,Place Intelligence联合创始人和人类潜能教练


心理健康占据了各大版面的头条 —— 包括在建筑和设计行业,在全球Covid-19疫情影响下的第二年,我们的努力初显成果。

那么机构、企业、乃至行业或个人如何在这个当下保护并促进设计行业的繁荣发展和多元化?

本期“Hassell说”为大家带来特别的一期,在世界精神健康日到来之际,我们邀请了Parlour的联合创始人、研究者同时也是莫纳什大学的建筑系教授Naomi Stead分享了她从一项建筑设计行业调研中的早期观察,该调邀请到了2300名业内专家参与。

参加本次节目录制的还有一位景观设计师Bonnie Shaw,同时她也是大数据及人类洞察企业Place Intelligence的联合创始人和潜能教练。Bonnie将通过她自己遭受的极端压力情况以及探索精神健康的经历,解释如何结合大数据、内分泌学、神经科学和行为心理学等领域的研究,支持个体的变化和社区的韧性。

Hassell总裁Steve Coster将作为主持人,和两位嘉宾一起探索如何促进开放的,乐于求助的文化,促进人们的身心健康,促成精神健康方面真正且积极的改变,让个人、机构、客户 —— 最终让社区和场所设计的最终用户均能收益。

“设计师往往受到为打造更好的世界这一理念所驱动。”Stead教授说,“因此,他们会孜孜不倦地追求最佳的设计成果 —— 有时甚至不顾自己的身心健康。”

当深陷巨大的、极具挑战的需要快速适应的情况中,人们将面对极大的压力。因此如果有一个自由的环境,人们在工作时也可以说出各自的难处或可能会遇到的问题,我认为这才是能够真正缓解压力的方式。

Bonnie Shaw



Burnt out? Mental health in design

HOST: Steve Coster, Hassell

GUEST: Professor Naomi Stead, Monash University

Bonnie Shaw, co-founder Place Intelligence and Human Potential Coach

Mental health is making headlines - including in the architecture and design industry as the cumulative effects of living and working through a second year of the global Covid-19 pandemic start to become known.

So how can organisations, the industry, and individuals, take advantage of this moment to establish change and in doing so, protect the longevity and diversity of the design industry into the future?

In this special episode of Hassell Talks to recognise RUOK Day and the upcoming World Mental Health Day we invited Parlour co-founder, Researcher and Professor of Architecture at Monash University Naomi Stead to share some of the early observations coming out of a survey of 2300 industry professionals into wellbeing in architecture.

Joining Naomi is landscape architect, Place Intelligence co-founder and Human Potential Coach Bonnie Shaw, who explains how her own extreme experience with stress and pursuit of mental wellbeing marries data, endocrinology, neuroscience and behavioural psychology to support change, and community resilience.

Together with Managing Director Steve Coster they explore opportunities to promote an open help-seeking culture, foster wellbeing and create real, positive change around mental health for the benefit of individuals, organisations, clients – and ultimately the communities and end users of design.

“Designers are motivated by a desire to make the world a better place,” explains Professor Stead, “and so they keep designing until they get to the best possible outcome - beyond the point where they’re really pushing their own personal well-being.”

When you’re working in really big, challenging, adaptive problems, it puts so much pressure on people. And being able to do that work in a context where it’s okay to talk about how you might be struggling or when you might be having problems, I think, is the only way we get through it. 

Bonnie Shaw








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