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Building a Resilient Workforce: Integrate Connection and Community

May 16 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm

$50 – $65

Organizations that Have an Enterprise Engagement Package and/or Achieved COA Accreditation:

  • $50 per session

Other Organizations:

  • $65 per session
  • $235 for the entire series (use discount BUNDLE25 – series must be purchased in one transaction to obtain the discount)

Research from O.C. Tanner Institute notes that, now more than ever, employees are looking for a sense of community at work. People are social animals—we crave a sense of belonging, and to be seen, heard, and valued. An organization is 12 times more likely to thrive when employees feel connected. In essence, a strong work community holds an organization together, especially during challenging times.

Our brains are hardwired for connection. When we build healthy connections with people at work, we are more equipped to tolerate uncomfortable feelings, actively listen, demonstrate empathy, have difficult conversations, and thrive while facing complex work tasks and constant change.

This webinar, the fourth session in our Workforce Well-Being and Resilience learning series, explores the components of healthy connections in the work setting, and strategies for intentionally integrating connection and community across the range of experiences of our employees.

About the Webinar Series

As workforce challenges continue to hinder human services organizations, leaders are searching for concrete action steps to support staff who are emotionally and physically exhausted. Though staff often enter the field excited to make a difference, it can be difficult to keep them connected to the vision and mission of the organization.

This four-part webinar series will delve into core strategies and tactics for supporting staff, such as increasing accountability, managing conflict, nurturing relationships, embracing equity, and achieving excellence. Sessions in this series:

Takeaways

  • Define organizational culture
  • How to realize organizational values in daily interactions
  • How to promote boundaries and expectations that support attitudes and behaviors critical to the agency mission and staff well-being
  • Steps for aligning organizational culture and strategy

Who Should Participate

  • Executive and senior leaders
  • Middle managers
  • Human resource staff
  • Staff with responsibility for EDI

Individuals who are champions for strengthening the workforce culture, regardless of their title, will benefit. This guidance is relevant for all workforces across the human services ecosystem, including at the community, systems, government, and policy levels.

Presenters

Karen Johnson

Karen Johnson

Senior Director, Change in Mind Insitute
Social Current

Kelly Martin

Director, Practice Excellence
Social Current