- This event has passed.
Building Workforce Resilience to Thrive During Challenging Times
February 3 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Given the challenging labor market, many human services employers are looking to implement strategies that create positive staff cultures as a means to boost morale, increase retention, and promote both excellence and compassion resilience. If you are searching for concrete action steps to support staff who are emotionally and physically exhausted, impacted by COVID-19 and the challenges of advancing equity, then building workforce resilience should be your top new year’s resolution.
Join other organizational leaders , managers, and human services experts as we kick off 2022 by exploring concepts and strategies that are foundational to building a workforce that can stay well and healthy, even amid constantly changing environments. A positive organizational culture is critical for supporting staff as they partner authentically with community members who often experience complex challenges, systemic inequities, and personal trauma.
Our Social Current experts on trauma-informed, resilient-oriented approaches and leadership excellence will share the latest findings around understanding and responding to stress, distress, and trauma and building psychological safety in the workplace. This webinar will explore how to advance positive workforce goals such as managing conflict, nurturing relationships, embracing equity, and achieving excellence.
Renew your commitment to your staff in the new year and get concrete strategies for increasing emotional regulation, self-compassion, and interpersonal connection, as well as accountability and effective communication. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the cornerstone concepts for building a resilient workforce in 2022 that can adapt and thrive in times of change and challenge.
- Strategies for avoiding toxic stress and mitigating its impact
- Regulation strategies for the workplace
- How to build healthy and realistic expectations and boundaries
- How resilience can increase capacity for having difficult conversations and accountability
- Social Current learning opportunities for building a resilient workforce
Who Should Participate
This webinar is relevant for professionals across the human services ecosystem, including those working in the private nonprofit sector, public sector, public policy, or other systems.
- Executives and directors
- Managers and supervisors
- HR professionals
Director of the Change in Mind Institute
Director of Practice Excellence