A compassionate and trauma-informed approach to leadership is essential for creating healthy workplace cultures. Trauma is prevalent in our world and has an impact on many of the people we interact with, including staff and colleagues. Based on our book, A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces, this workshop explores how to lead with a trauma-informed approach and provides five key principles that trauma-informed workplaces embody. By embracing these principles, organizations can contribute to the positive transformation of individuals and relationships affected by trauma, while at the same time creating the conditions that lead to high levels of employee engagement and organizational success. Every organization, from any sector, can benefit from becoming trauma-informed.
Price: $99.00 CAD
Continuing Education Credit Hours (CEU) 2.5
Some of the Topics Reviewed
- Trauma’s Ripple Effect
- The Impact of Trauma in the Workplace
- Characteristics of a Trauma-Informed Leader
- 5 Principles of Trauma-Informed Workplaces
- Promote Awareness
- Shift Attitudes
- Provide Choice
- Foster Safety
- Highlight Strengths
- Steps for Implementing Principles
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Discuss the prevalence and impact of trauma on individuals and organizations
- List five key trauma-informed principles
- Describe practical strategies for implementing each of the five trauma-informed principles
- Assess their own organization for areas of trauma-informed strengths and weakness
About this Workshop
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Randy is the founder and Chief Vision Officer of ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership. He is an intuitive and visionary leader who, together with a team of employees and trainers, has positioned ACHIEVE to be a leading provider of professional development training. Randy holds a Master of Social Work degree and a Bachelor’s degree in Conflict Resolution. He is passionate about sharing the importance of creating healthy workplace cultures, and believes that leadership requires us to always be intentional about what we do and how we do it. Randy is author of The Ordinary Leader, and co-author of The Culture Question, A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces, and Don’t Blame the Lettuce. He gives presentations on leadership and workplace culture to a wide range of audiences. Randy is a dynamic speaker who delivers insightful presentations that are engaging, humorous, and informative.
This is an intermediate-advanced level workshop for leaders, managers, supervisors, and anyone providing leadership within organization.