In a massive understatement, the last 2 years have been challenging for us all. And while we are not through yet, there are hopeful signs on the horizon. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic’s long shadow, workplaces continue to adapt and evolve, and many of us have been surprised – even impressed – by how our teams have risen to the challenge. But savvy leaders know that now, in this transitional time, is the critical moment where they can shape what comes next. Without intentional purposeful vision, workgroups can carry forward negative “habits” developed during the pandemic or lose the positive skills that carried them through. This is when leaders create an emotionally healthy workplace.
As an executive or a colleague, you might have questions about the “right” way to continue supporting your employees or coworkers, and many recognize that this may involve a cultural re-calibration for some organizations. How can you help invest in an emotionally healthy workplace that promotes positivity, hardiness, and healing…not as a distraction to productivity, but as the key?
In this webinar, R3 Continuum’s Vice President of Crisis Response Clinical Service, Jeff Gorter, MSW, LCSW, will answer your questions and discuss how organizations and leaders can support their employees in the aftermath of any workplace disruption to support emotional wellbeing. Jeff will also provide advice on how asset framing can change a company’s narrative, avoid negative group thinking, and create healthy support systems within the workplace.