Life doesn't come with a roadmap nor with GPS navigation. Especially the year 2020.  With the extraordinary disruptions, deaths and uncertainties, it has tested the individual and collective wellbeing of Americans like nothing else in the lifetimes of most people.  For many people, it has brought forth their strengths and demonstrated their adaptability. Mental health professionals define resilience as the human quality of adapting to, overcoming and learning from adversity, trauma and stress. This presentation helps human resource managers create a workplace culture to support and develop resilience in women drivers.

Attend this session to:

  • Identify the personal traits associated with resiliency and the unique risks to their wellbeing faced by women
  • Learn the business case for developing resiliency in your workforce.
  • Learn how to create a workplace culture that builds on strengths and fosters personal resilience.


Presented by Norman Winegar, Chief Clinical Officer, ESPYR

Norman Winegar, LCSW, CEAP, ACSW, NCAC II, DOT Qualified SAP. Norman Winegar is the Chief Clinical Officer of ESPYR, a Marietta, Georgia based behavioral health company that provides people-based solutions to improve personal and organizational effectiveness and wellbeing. Winegar’s over 30 years of professional experience, including 16 years’ experience in leadership positions administering behavioral health carve-out systems integrated with Employee Assistance Programs, adds tremendous value to our team and to Espyr’s clients. Winegar has served Smithfield Foods since 2004. Winegar is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, the National Association of Social Workers, and the Employee Assistance Professionals Association. He has been a Member of the National Academy of Certified Social Workers for over 25 years. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a nationally Certified Employee Assistance Professional, and a U.S. Department of Transportation Qualified Substance Abuse Professional.