One day Leadership Training : Understanding the critical role of leadership in Trauma-Exposed Environments
Developed by Dr. Patricia Fisher, R.Psych.
High stress work creates a unique climate with increased risk for negative health outcomes and burnout. This can lead to a rise in sick time, low morale, lack of team cohesion and high turnover. These consequences can, in turn, seriously limit a team’s ability to work effectively and efficiently. Leadership Training can play an essential role in mitigating the effects of stress and increase the resilience of their staff. Our leadership programs support managers and supervisors to be effective leaders and to build strong, resilient and productive teams.
This course will support managers and supervisors to be effective leaders and to build strong, resilient and productive teams by:
• Introducing and applying the Organizational Health Model
• Exploring the vital role of supervisors and managers in Organizational Health
• Discussing the risk and resiliency factors driving your Organizational Health profile
• Understanding the unique properties of trauma-exposed work and the critical need to enhance
individual and team resiliency
• Apply the Complex Stress Model of Workplace Stress, which includes both the system-based
stresses and traumatic stresses (vicarious trauma and direct trauma)
• Evaluating your team’s current risk and resiliency profiles
• Understanding the essential role of supervision and mentoring in trauma-exposed work
• Reviewing the three key functions of successful supervision and mentoring
• Defining your team’s current strengths and challenges with supervision and mentoring
• Defining the ecology of your workplace and prioritizing your current needs
Taught by: Dr. Patricia Fisher and Françoise Mathieu
To learn more about providing this training to your organization please contact Tasha at firstname.lastname@example.org or Schedule a Call. Here at TEND we are committed to providing support for organizations of all sizes and look forward to hearing from you.