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Workplace Mental Health: Why It Matters for Thriving Workplaces

Kick off your workplace mental health efforts with an organization-wide keynote that builds a baseline understanding of key concepts within the organization, highlighting the need for proactive workplace mental health and establishing a common definition of psychological health and safety

Learning Objectives:​

  • Define what psychological health and safety is and is not

  • Understand the impact psychological safety has on businesses and individual performance

  • Identify threats within industry

  • Recognize psychologically safe work practices and the causes and symptoms of burnout

  • Identify tactics to apply in the workplace and address common myths

Overcoming Overwhelm

With so much going on in our employee's lives and in the world around them, it can be a challenge to know how to respond when everything seems too much. Decades of research on stress and resilience reveal simple approaches that have been repeatedly proven to improve coping, wellbeing and overall life satisfaction. These tactics can help your team move from high emotion to thoughtful action more quickly. This session provides a short primer on what happens when we feel overwhelmed and teach participants a 3-step resiliency model for bouncing back.

Learning Objectives: 

  • The science behind stress reactions

  • Common causes of workplace overwhelm

  • How to recognize when you are in overwhelm

  • 3-steps to take that will help you move forward

Trauma-Informed Leadership

Coming out of the pandemic, many organizations have teams recovering from traumatic events. And with the prevalence of traumatic events during brain development, as well as the higher incidence of trauma in some communities, leaders can benefit highly from learning about what trauma responses look like (and are often misunderstood) at work. Focused on building skills that enhance leadership for all team members, this half-day to 2-day course gives leaders them confidence and capabilities they need to hold themselves and their teams, which is a critical skillset for building and retaining diverse team.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the reasons why trauma impacts behavior at work

  • Recognize the triggers and behaviors of their team

  • Develop skills for creating a healthy workplace that fosters safety

  • Build plans for what to do when emotions run high

  • Practice self-care to ensure they are

  • Equipped to support their team

What is trauma?
Impact of trauma on the brain
Unexpected behaviors
Situations and behaviors that can
trigger responses

Trauma-Informed Work Practices

Coming out of the pandemic, many organizations have teams recovering from traumatic events. And with the prevalence of traumatic events during brain development, as well as the higher incidence of trauma in some communities, leaders can benefit highly from learning about what trauma responses look like (and are often misunderstood) at work. Focused on building skills that enhance leadership for all team members, this half-day to 2-day course gives leaders them confidence and capabilities they need to hold themselves and their teams, which is a critical skillset for building and retaining diverse team.

Learning Objectives: 
 

  • Identify impact of trauma on workplace interactions

  • Understand the role workplace dynamics play in activating trauma responses

  • Create an action plan for fostering a trauma-informed workplace

  • Apply concepts to current and future changes and challenges

What is trauma & why is it important? Getting comfortable with discomfort Where does trauma appear? Critical needs for trauma-informed Current and future state plans

What's Trauma Got To Do With It?
A Culture First Approved Workshop
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Explore the profound impact of trauma awareness and trauma-informed approaches on personal, professional, and societal development. From confronting unconscious biases and gender disparities to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, understanding trauma is essential for fostering authentic connections and meaningful change. Our expert speakers will delve into the fundamental thesis that trauma awareness is a key to meaningful transformation. Together, we’ll explore the strategies for fostering vulnerability, building authentic community connections, and increasing our capacity to be present with “what is” — the essential elements for personal and professional growth. In an AI era where technology often disconnects us from our humanity, we'll highlight the irreplaceable value of human connection and empathy, offering insights into the transformative power of trauma-informed approaches for individuals, teams, companies, and society at large. Join us as we embark on a journey towards authentic connection, resilience, and positive change

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Build a more resilient workplace through organizational regulation

  What is Organizational Regulation?  

Organizational regulation refers to the practice of employees and leaders taking responsibility for regulating their nervous systems in order to improve the functioning and resilience of the organization as a whole. This practice involves recognizing the impact that each individual's nervous system has on the organization's culture.
 
When employees and leaders regulate their nervous systems, they are better able to manage stress and other challenges, which can lead to increased productivity, better communication, and a more positive workplace culture. By building their resiliency muscle, individuals become more adaptable and are better able to respond to changing circumstances, which is particularly important in today's rapidly changing business landscape.

In regulated organizations, there is a focus on creating an environment where individuals feel physically and psychologically safe to express themselves and take risks, knowing that they will be supported by their colleagues and leaders. This type of culture promotes collaboration, innovation, and a sense of community, which can lead to improved performance and overall job satisfaction.

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How we'll work together:

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Session 5

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Session 8

Step 1

Schedule an intro call and join the 3 month program

Step 2

Implement TRE® into leaders' & team's

weekly schedules

Step 3

Learn about the nervous system through Polyvagal Theory & more

Step 4

Become a psychologically safe & trauma-informed workplace

3 month Program

 

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Community Classes

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Workplace Mental Health: Why It Matters for Thriving Workplaces

Trauma-Informed Leadership

Overcoming Overwhelm

Trauma-Informed Work Practices

*Self-lead sessions will be weaved throughout the 2nd half of the program

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