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Steering Our Teams into the “Next Normal”: Recalibrating the Workplace in the Wake of COVID-19
The recent global crisis upended our lives, our workplaces, and our communities. As we look ahead into the Fall, the only thing we can be sure of is that life as we know it has changed. The ripple effects of COVID-19 will continue for years to come and, as leaders, we are tasked with the job of helping our teams recalibrate and navigate this shifting work environment.

What can we learn from those leaders who faced this lengthy crisis with flexibility and compassion? How do we move forward as teams ensuring that our staff feel supported – today, and into the future?

Topics Include:

* Recognizing & addressing moral distress in our staff.
* Recalibrating our Teams - How to restore, repair and reintegrate.
* The dangers of toxic positivity
* Showing compassion when you are running on empty as a leader.
* “Working from home reduces productivity” and other tropes debunked by the pandemic.
* Key tool from the “Building Resilient Teams” workbook
* Success stories from the field.

Aug 19, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Françoise Mathieu, M.Ed, RP
Executive Director @TEND Academy
Françoise is a mental health professional and a sought-after speaker in North America and around the world. She has worked for nearly 25 years in education, community mental health, health care, crisis intervention and with the military and law enforcement. Françoise’s company TEND developed a training program in 2002 to help professionals recognize and manage the impact of working in high stress, trauma exposed settings. Françoise has worked with the Los Angeles Police, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Cirque du Soleil, the Chief Coroner’s Office and many other organizations who do high stress exposed work. Françoise is a TedX speaker and is one of the founding members of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Consortium.