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Defining and Understanding Collective Stress: Virtual Sessions

Join us for a 3-part series on ‘Defining and Understanding Collective Stress” as a continuation of the HR Summer of Well-being.  Meet Mira Rollins and Shundria Riddick, taking the Lead On mobilizing our path back towards our highest level of employee engagement and performance.  Let’s (re)energize our campus connection for a much-deserved learning environment and student experience for 2021-2022. This 3-part series topics and dates are:

Understanding and Level-setting the Pandemic Experience (7/13)

  • Defining Collective Trauma and Stress and its effects on individuals and institutions
  • Identifying most common manifestations of trauma and stress and addressing specific characteristics employees may present 
  • Providing practical strategies to assist with handling trauma/stress manifestations 

Thriving in the New Normal (7/27)

  • Providing Techniques to identify your own "trauma response" 
  • Identifying coping strategies for functioning in high-stress environments 
  • Providing specific strategies to communicate needs up, down, and across the leadership hierarchy 

Self-care, Connection and Workplace Productivity (8/10)

  • Identifying the key contributors of work-related stressors and providing specific techniques to mitigate stressors 
  • Creating a self-care regimen at work 
  • Techniques to maximize individual and team productivity based on self-assessed strengths 

Dial-In Information

TO REGISTER: Click the registration link or log in to my.tcu.edu > Employee Center > Training & Professional Dev. then select your activity from the learning library. Select a time slot and book.

 

 

Tuesday, August 10 at 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Webinars

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff

Topic

Health & Wellness, Faculty & Staff Development

Website

https://hr.tcu.edu/2021/07/08/hr-work...

Department
Human Resources
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