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2020 - 5 Keys to Building a Thriving Culture to Attract and Retain Talent



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The American Institute of Stress reported in 2011 that “80 percent of workers feel stress on the job, nearly half say they need help in learning how to manage stress and 42 percent say their co-workers need such help.”
Modern society has lead to a life of distractions and long hours; other research indicates that the average attention span is 8-11 seconds. Today’s challenges and competitive environment are leading to burnout and lost productivity. Stress, mental health issues and even suicides are on the rise but now folks have the opportunity to overcome these stressors.
The Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini says, “It’s critical to invest in the human machine in trying to eliminate stressors to build resiliency. In our world, the only thing that’s going to happen with change is that it’s going to get faster and the organizations that have capable people need to have them be resilient in order to be able to make it and change, adapt and move forward. Part of creating change in an organization is creating this resiliency.”
Learn how to develop a resilience skills training program to manage stress, enhance communications, and promote peak performance for individuals, teams, and organizations.
Understand resilience definitions
identify resilience skills
manage tough emotions in self and others
strategize how to help employee’s adversity
develop a plan to build a more resilient organization
Reduce Stress burnout and conflicts in the workplace while increasing productivity, health and job satisfaction
What is resilience
why resilience solves problems
3 resilient skills
managing tough emotions
growing and thriving during adversity
motivation/culture and leadership (how to build resilient organizations)
Sales Managers/directors
customer service center
IT support centers
behavioral health centers
hospital staff
HR directors
training mangers
Erik has graduate degree in Performance Psychology from the University of Denver in 2010, and is a master resilience trainer from University of Pennsylvania. For 6 years he worked as a consultant for the US military teaching resilience training and designing mental training programs for soldiers to create high-performing teams. This work includes leadership development and training with high-ranking leaders, infantry units, special operations, and Apache pilots.
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Last modified: 2020-02-07 19:31:34