It is essential that leaders have a basic understanding of trauma and its pervasive impact in the workplace.
Trauma is at the root of many health-related problems at the workplace, e.g. burnout, mobbing, stress, conflicts, lack of motivation.
Leaders lead people. And in order to do this effectively, they require a solid understanding of the range of different emotionals states in humans – to be able to react adequatly and compassionately with their employees.
What is Trauma?: Learn about different categories of trauma, how they develop and what the effects are on the human being. Understand the collective, ecological and systemic dimension of individual trauma.
How does Trauma manifest in the workplace?: Learn about how trauma is at the root of many health-related problems at the workplace, e.g. burnout, mobbing, stress, conflicts, lack of motivation.
How do I recognize a trauma-response in an employee?: Learn about the various indicators that suggest that a trauma-response may be operating in an employee.
How do I respond as leader to Trauma?: Learn about the importance of safety and co-regulation when dealing with a trauma-related response in an employee. Learn effective short interventiones to help ground and center an employee and give safety.
Mindfulnessness / Self-Awareness of my own triggers: Develop your own sensitivity for your own emotional triggers in the workplace that make it difficult for you to remain centered and present – and how to handle them better.
Mindset / Self-Development / On-Going Learning: Understand that leading others is a contiuous process of engaging with humans and life and adapt a mindset of always evolving in your own practice to remain present and centered.
Further information upon request
Weekly live online trainings in Zoom
6 modules à 2-3 hours over 6 weeks
Private individuals: 950 EURO incl. VAT
Organisations: 950 EURO plus VAT; discount possible when booking for at least 4 participants/organisation
Please also contact us for discount in case of current economic problems due to the corona crisis!
Marijan J. Bernardic
Dr. Stefanie Becker