August 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
We are excited to announce our upcoming webinar partnership with the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
this August. Vermont nonprofits can register at the member rate for only $35!Member code: NCNPlease note that participants must set up an MCN account to register and can only register one person per registration.
COVID-19 has created a state of collective trauma and amplified the trauma of historically disadvantaged communities. How does this trauma impact our brains and our ability to do our best work? Sharing Positive Psychology research – the science of human thriving – presenters will demonstrate what the science of trauma, well-being, and personal resilience can teach us about working together in a global pandemic.Researchers have long associated well-being with productivity in the workplace, but how can we foster happiness and well-being in the global workforce in this time of collective trauma? While we adjust to and design a new normal, our ability to remain productive at work and maintain positive relationships with our colleagues and clients depends on our adaptability and personal resilience.Attendees will leave this session with a deeper understanding of what happens to their brains and work output during traumatic events or stress. Break-out rooms will allow attendees to practice evidence-based strategies for enhancing personal resilience and fostering thriving working relationships. The research presented will prove that thriving at work is possible even in the most challenging circumstances.Learn More & Register