For executives, mid-level managers, and frontline staff
How to Thrive in a Radically Changing World – Kim Ratz • 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
They used to say that only two things in life are certain: death and taxes. There’s now a 3rd thing that’s certain: Change. So if you want to do more than just “get by” and always react in a radically changing world, you need to be good at how you manage change and transitions. We’ll break down the change and transition process, and review the skill of “Reframing the Situation.” Plus — you don’t only react to change; you are also a “change agent,” so we also review skills to help you be more effective in facilitating those changes. We’ll also examine some recent research advancing the notion of “anti-fragility” or being more resilient to what researchers call “black swans” — isolated events that are highly consequential (think 9-11, Katrina, Enron, COVID-19, etc.). This research compels organizations to develop ways to be less fragile and more resilient so you can continue to thrive in our radically & rapidly changing world.
Coping with COVID – Kay Glidden & Beth Reynolds Lewis, Compassion Resiliency • 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Practical hands-on tools and ideas for surviving the pandemic and beyond. Strategies for recharging and resiliency!
Self-Care is NOT Selfish: Creative Tools for Transforming Compassion Fatigue – Kay Glidden & Beth Reynolds Lewis, Compassion Resiliency • 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Is your bucket empty? Do you want to feel refreshed and replenished? This interactive webinar will review compassion fatigue that has been called “a disorder that affects those who do their work well” (Figley, 2005). You pay an emotional price for doing the work that you do. Some of you hear difficult stories daily and are frequently exposed to traumatic details from families and co-workers. The level of compassion fatigue staff experience can ebb and flow from one day to the next. Even very healthy staff with optimal life/work balance and self-care strategies can experience compassion fatigue. Webinar attendees will improve their understanding compassion fatigue, secondary trauma and burnout and will be given practical take-away tools, resources and strategies to include in daily self-care planning for improving resiliency.
View video above —“Self-Care is NOT Selfish” begins at 55:40