Managing Burnout and Trauma
Leaders, line managers and HR practitioners are now placed under an unprecedented level of expectation and pressure, in organisations. In addition to handling the personal impacts and uncertainty presented by global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, those responsible for leading and supporting employees and teams take on vast additional responsibilities and pressure in an ambiguous and rapidly changing landscape.
For many people leaders and HR experts, the pressures and trauma can lead to burnout. For some it prompts a re-evaluation of work and life choices. Burnout is a very real issue for leaders, managers and HR practitioners and there comes a time when it is crucial to prioritise the health and wellbeing of those who spend their working lives putting the needs of others first.
What will participants learn?
Led by a Trauma, Burnout & Recovery Specialist, our interactive workshop enables organisations to support the health and wellbeing of their leaders, managers and HR teams. Attendees will benefit from theory and practical tips for bouncing back and sustaining physical and mental wellbeing, following a period of pressure and change.
This workshop is relevant to all colleagues, of any seniority.
Create a shared understanding of the unique wellbeing needs that exist in leadership, management and the HR function
Understand the effects of stress and its short-and long-term impacts
Discover how managing long-term stress and traumatic stress can reduce absence and attrition risks
Learn how to sustain health and maintain performance going forward
Explore how to communicate in a way that improves morale and reduces the risk of traumatic stress
The challenge of managing long-term stress and traumatic stress
Accommodations and adjustments to prevent traumatic stress and to maintain maximum health
The neuroscience behind stress & trauma
Your vulnerability to Vicarious Trauma
Self-care: Practical steps to perform well and stay well
Commitments to take away
Inclusive Group will work with you to understand the context for your workshop. This involves a 20-minute discovery call where we explore:
The background and ‘cultural norms’ of this topic in your organisation
An overview of the participant group(s)
Scenarios or examples relevant to your organisation that we can use during the workshop
Anything else pertaining to the successful delivery of the workshop
Virtual delivery via Inclusive Group Zoom or your own platform
In-person delivery at your office or offsite venue (travel expenses will apply)
Suitable for up to 25 participants
Customisation of workshop content is available (design fee will apply)
Please contact us to discuss how this workshop will complement your current EDI activity
Talk to us about our additional learning tools, such as nudges, videos and podcasts, to deepen and extend your participants’ understanding and application of this topic.