Re-enter, Re-emerge & Re-Connect: Helping leaders help their workforce
Virtual training for supervisors at Jewish organizations on Tuesday, November 9, 12-1:30pm
The psychological distress of this past year has left many not only questioning their career paths but has also led to increased rates of depression, anxiety and substance use disorders. Leaders are now required to exercise greater sensitivity by utilizing a range of new behaviors, attitudes, and processes that have been introduced during the Covid19 pandemic.
Studies on burnout and fatigue in the workplace have been linked to absenteeism, turnover, decreased productivity, increased error rates and decreased job satisfaction. Organizations that invest in recognizing and addressing the mental health needs of their workforce, and create routine space for individuals to check in on their mental health, will see a robust return on their investment – helping employees re-connect to their purpose and passion.
This workshop will help supervisors at Jewish organizations understand how to provide resources, support and connection to address mental health needs among their staff and throughout their organization.
Join leaders from Sharp Mesa Vista as they discuss tips and strategies to help supervisors support their teams.
Attendees will learn:
- Signs and symptoms of burnout and compassion fatigue in the workplace
- How a trauma-informed lens can help not just the people you serve but also your team members.
- A brief self-administered tool that all employees can utilize to perform daily mental health checks and notice signs of current and impending distress
- Brief coping strategies and daily planning activities that can be incorporated into supervisor check-ins and daily huddles
Attendees will also be given time to ask the experts specific questions regarding their workforce and how they can best support them during these difficult times.