Friday, May 13, 2022
A Message from Natasha McIlmurray, Coordinator, Employee Development
Supervisors are invited to attend an upcoming virtual EAP session: How to Manage Change.
This virtual discussion will focus primarily on workplace transitions and how to help employees navigate these changes.
During this session, leaders will:
- Determine how to respond proactively to workplace transitions
- Examine employee morale and how that affects transitions
- Identify managerial transition strategies
- Develop strategies to ease transitions for employees and for yourself as a supervisor
How to Manage Change: A Discussion for Supervisors
Date: Thursday, June 2, 2022
Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Zoom. Join the session here.
There is no pre-registration required.
In addition, check out the following self-paced courses via LinkedIn Learning to learn more about how you can help your employees cope with work changes.
Creating the Conditions for Others to Thrive
Find greater meaning, well-being and productivity by learning how to make transformational changes — in your own life and the lives of others. Continue your thrive journey and discover how to become a more effective leader by creating the conditions for others to thrive. In this course, Arianna Huffington, Frances Frei and Anne Morriss discuss practical changes that allow you to reduce stress and increase impact by focusing your energy on the people you lead.
How Leaders Generate Energy and Cultivate Commitment
Leading your team through periods of crisis is akin to a kind of art. It challenges you to leverage your entire professional skill set, as both a leader and a human being. It’s tough work, though, and over time it can take a toll on you: stress, burnout, poor performance — you name it. In this course, instructor Jan Rutherford shows you how to generate, share and sustain creative energy to drive engagement on your team.
Discover the roles and responsibilities that befall leaders in today’s workplace. Learn about some of the challenges associated with these roles, especially during periods of uncertainty. Explore practical techniques drawn from the Head, Hands and Heart framework, an innovative approach to group leadership through transformational learning and creative change. Get the skills you need to set a pace that’s appropriate for your team, alighting hope and commitment, eliminating distractions, and turning moments of crisis into opportunities for growth.