Trauma-informed communications start with responding with L.O.V.E rather than reacting in haste. Read on to learn how.
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Trauma-informed leadership starts with creating a safe space for critical conversations with others. Here’s how!
Few are born to lead. Instead, we acquire leadership skills throughout our professional journey. Here are quotes to help you grow as a leader.
COVID-19 has resulted in widespread trauma. Learn how manager’s can support employees and create a healthy workplace culture.
Difficult conversations become even more difficult when the delivery is muddled.
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Anytime there is a death or other traumatic event in the workplace, powerful feelings of grief can often follow. Learn more about how teams, managers, and leadership can navigate the challenging emotions that typically follow loss.
Employees may spend more face-to-face time with coworkers and managers than their own family and friends. The workplace may represent a place of belonging. These reasons may contribute to an employee showing suicidal signs in the workplace.
There’s an old saying among sports coaches: “A champion team will defeat a team of champions.”
As Mike discusses, there is an important distinction between “recognition” and “appreciation.” Leaders, teams, organizations, and individuals who understand this distinction can have much more impact, meaning, and productivity in their lives and with the people around them.
The current decline in American mental health has real, tangible implications for both businesses and our nation as a whole. But, within each of us is the power to make a difference.