Now more than ever we are striving to support a workforce that is exhausted and impacted by the pandemic and the challenges of advancing equity. We are searching for strategies to create a positive staff culture that promotes both excellence and compassion resilience, or the ability to[ stay well and healthy while working in changing environments and partnering with people who need support.
To meet this growing need, Social Current is pleased to announce the launch of our Workforce Resilience Learning Collaborative. As leaders in organizational excellence and cultural change, workforce development, brain-based interventions, equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and trauma-informed approaches, we are uniquely qualified to provide participating organizations, systems and communities with the strategies, tools, and skills to build workforce resilience.
Join this session to hear about this 12-month initiative which will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and resources to strengthen your workforce during these challenging times. Learn how this initiative will connect you with other organizations wrestling with the same questions. And explore how this opportunity will give you the foundational strategies and implementation steps needed for applying pandemic era lessons to recruitment, hiring and retention practices that promote psychological safety, positive staff culture and increased accountability.
In this webinar we will share the key components of the Learning Collaborative, including the benefits of joining, core curriculum and activities, initiative timeline, organizational commitments, and financial information. You will have the opportunity to ask questions about the Learning Collaborative and/or the application process.
Learn more about the Learning Collaborative and join this session to learn how together we can strengthen our most valuable resource and adapt and thrive in the years ahead.
This initiative is relevant for all organizations, at the community, system, government, and policy levels, within the human services sector. It is designed to partner with a core implementation team within an organization or other entity, but any executive and senior leader, middle manager, human resource staff, and EDI leader across all sectors should attend to learn how this initiative may be a fit for their organization.
Director of the Change in Mind Institute
Director of Practice Excellence