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Cohort #4: May 2, 9, 16 2024: University Certificate Course (Virtual): Trauma-Informed Leadership and Workplace

The #1 New Year’s Resolution Every Leader Should Make in 2024: A Certificate in Trauma-Informed Leadership and Workplace

Cohort #4: May 2, 9, 16 2024: University Certificate Course (Virtual): Trauma-Informed Leadership and Workplace
Cohort #4: May 2, 9, 16 2024: University Certificate Course (Virtual): Trauma-Informed Leadership and Workplace

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May 02, 2024, 6:00 PM EDT – May 16, 2024, 8:00 PM EDT

Online Webinar Multiple Dates

About the event

The #1 New Year’s Resolution Every Leader Should Make in 2024: A Certificate in Trauma-Informed Leadership and Workplace

The start of any new year is a time when many of us look forward to improving both personally and professionally. It’s also a period when we reflect on the previous 12 months and decide what we might want to develop, or do differently, over the next 12 months. 2024 is the time to invest in developing a trauma-informed approach to your leadership style and your organization’s culture.

So many tenured and emerging leaders and their teams are exhausted, burned out, and are struggling to meet their increased social and emotional needs. Leading dynamic organizations is really difficult. It's even harder to be productive when navigating through the effects of overwhelming stress and constant fight, flight, freeze and fawn responses. Leaders and their organizations play an essential role within the trauma-informed system, but avoiding these very important conversations, assessments and reflection will leave leaders and their organization unprepared for the impending trauma-tsunami.

This certificate course equips leaders, HR practitioners, coaches and consultants with the confidence to apply the Power of 3 trauma-informed leadership and workplace standards, recognize signs of depression or suicide ideation within themselves and others, know the difference between burnout, stress, and trauma, assess if your leadership style or your organization’s culture are causing staff to resist change or even resign, just to name a few.

Program Benefits 

Assist you with recognizing and managing your own trauma and stress responses to help you lead trauma-informed practices in your workplace.

  • Develop the skillsets necessary to design and sustain a Do No Harm style of leadership and workplace culture.
  • Develop important systems-thinking skills to help you discover the root causes of toxic workplaces and transform your culture into a safe, trusting, collaborative, accommodating and inclusive workplace.
  • Gather critical benchmark data on change readiness, trust, capacity, and trauma-informed principles and develop effective and measurable action plans using the Employee Experiences questionnaire.
  • Equip you with the skills to invest, create, influence, and foster system-wide change while operating in a burned-out, resistant and change saturated environment.

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