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Core Strategies for Workforce Well-Being and Resilience

January 24, 2023 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm EST


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. Especially given the added stressors faced by direct service staff, organizations need proven approaches to address staff morale and mitigate the threat of high turnover.

During this webinar, Social Current’s experts on leadership excellence and trauma-informed, resilience-oriented approaches will outline the critical concepts of workforce resilience and well-being. They’ll touch on topics including:

  • Advancing a brain-science approach with staff
  • Building psychological safety
  • Strengthening a positive staff culture
  • Building connection in the workplace

Webinar participants will take away concrete strategies for increasing regulation, self-compassion, and connection. This webinar will preview the concepts and strategies that will be addressed in Social Current’s upcoming four-part webinar series, such as increasing accountability, managing conflict, nurturing relationships, embracing equity, and achieving excellence.


  • How regulation strategies can be practiced in the workplace to support wellness, especially in times of stress and challenge
  • Concrete action steps we can practice every day that build self-compassion, which is critical to well-being in the workplace
  • Why connection is the key to mobilizing an engaged and healthy workplace
  • Information about Social Current’s upcoming four-part webinar series, which will offer concrete guidance for building a foundation of well-being and resilience in your organization

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 also benefit. This guidance is relevant for all workforces across the human services ecosystem, including at the community, systems, government, and policy levels.


Karen Johnson

Karen Johnson

Senior Director, Change in Mind Institute
Social Current

Kelly Martin

Director, Practice Excellence
Social Current