Managing trauma in the Workplace
How it Helps Your Business
Trauma in the workplace encompasses not only death, but many other losses. The work environment presents unique challenges in dealing with grief while keeping productivity up. Trauma is one of the most difficult workplace events for managers to deal with positively, proactively and productively.
Linda’s expertise in communications shines in making quick connections with a diverse group of people, quickly getting to the heart-of-the-matter at hand.
Dawn White, Executive Director of HR
As a trauma coach, human resources manager and facilitator, I have guided many managers, teams, individuals and companies through the jagged, demoralizing grief journey. I have seen first-hand how critical it is for the company to have a plan in place to deal with the devastating, costly impact trauma can have on the person who is experiencing loss as well as the entire company. With trauma it is not a question of whether or not it will hit your company, it is a question of when.
Be prepared for “When”.
Our service usually starts with a consultation to understand your unique situation. A customized program is then provided that will help you resolve your grief in the workplace people and business issues. Email or call 551.800.1127
Our training programs are designed to help your staff members to proactively handle the different personal and group situations that grief and loss encompasses. Services include Workshops, Lunch & Learn, Manager Sensitivity Training. Email or call 551.800.1127 today to set up a training session for your employees.
Our meetings ensure that individual concerns are addressed. Often during these talks, issues surrounding workload and reassignments surface. To have personalized, tailored training for your manager, or company leaders in how to handle a grieving employee Email or call 551.800.1127
Grief and Loss
Today there is a much greater acceptance and usage of the web as a way to connect and express our feelings of grief and loss. Social media has added a new dimension to the grieving process. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and many other online sites are now used to connect to others.
Is your company addressing the need to guide your response to trauma and loss on the web while maintaining the sensitivity and understanding the grieving individual needs? If not, connect with us today to put a training session in place for you.
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