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New LinkedIn Learning Course: Trauma-Informed Change Management

Updated: Sep 27


Creating a trauma-informed workplace is where both management and non-management agree to reflect on triggering leadership styles, identify stressors in the system and weave a Do No Harm approach into company policies and behaviors. This agreement isn’t just a list of tasks on a check-off sheet, or something that is accomplished by attending annual training. It’s a way of being. It's the heartbeat and DNA of the organization. A systemic approach to creating a trauma-informed workplace increases the likelihood of creating a more efficient, psychologically safe, collaborative and human-centered workplace ready to take on the next change cycle. READ MORE

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