Managing trauma in the Workplace
Speaker, Workshop Leader, Coach
Approximately one in four employees is grieving a loss at any given time.
Grief not only encompasses the death of a spouse, child, relative, friend or co-worker but also includes such events as illness, loss of a job or a home, a divorce or loss of a beloved pet.
Balancing productivity and compassion can be a difficult challenge for managers, and most managers do not have the experience, tools, or training needed. Before or when loss strikes having a program in place will ensure that you are handling the situation in the best possible way. A program should incorporate training and coaching to understand the emotions of the grief process and techniques to provide support for the grieving employee, team, or client.
When grief strikes one of your employees, it can have a costly impact on your team and workplace. An individual’s response to their loss is only the beginning of the process of recovery. Our effective programs help employers reduce the impact of loss within the workplace. Programs are best put into place before the need arises.
Put a trauma Plan in Place
Balancing productivity and compassion can be a difficult challenge for managers. When loss strikes, having a plan in place will ensure that you are handling the situation in the best possible way. A plan should encompass grief coaching and training to understand the stages and emotions of the grief process and provide guidance and support for the grieving employee, team or client.
Lunch & Learn Training Programs
Our inspiring and compassionate workshops provide critical information and guidance, covering the topic of grief, death, and loss at work. Knowing how to support a person experiencing a life-altering situation can make a big difference in morale, productivity, and the way your employees view you and your company.
Guiding Your Team Through Loss
The work environment presents unique challenges to both the manager(s) and employee(s) touched by the loss. We help you address the critical need to train your managers on handling workplace grief and crisis issues. Our custom workshops give you the tools needed to improve morale while regaining employee productivity.
Dealing With Grief & Loss Online
In just a few short years, we have seen and accepted greater usage of the web as a way to connect and express our feelings of loss and grief. 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 with others. This workshop looks at the etiquette needed to guide your response to grief and loss on the web while maintaining the sensitivity and understanding the grieving individual’s needs.