People often perceive trauma as something very heavy. Trauma is commonly linked to extremely intense events, but that’s not always the case. It primarily revolves around how someone experienced certain events; even seemingly ‘minor’ situations can result in trauma
This training is dedicated to raising awareness within organisations about the presence of trauma and its wide-ranging impact. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of empathy and learn how to integrate it into organisational settings. Topics covered include: understanding trauma, having an empathic workforce, providing inclusive care, monitoring well-being and addressing the effects both in the workplace.
Key Learning points
- Recognising the presence of trauma in individuals
- De-mystifying the complexities of trauma
- Embedding empathy into the workplace
- Providing inclusive care and support for individuals affected by trauma
- Understanding the impacts of trauma
- Providing safe and secure work environments
- Monitoring well-being
Date: Friday, May 3, 2024
Time: 09:30 – 16:30 CEST
Duration: 1 day
Who Should Attend
Managers and team leaders
Workplace policy makers
€ 499,00 per person excluding 21% btw
This training can also be conducted within your organisation.
Please contact us for more information regarding in-company options.
For groups of 5 people or more
Price on application
Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more
Attendees will receive
- Zoom link for the training two weeks before the course date
- summarised handouts upon completion of the course
- further information on other related training courses
- opportunities for implementation support as a service (for a limited time)
- Certificate of attendance upon completion of the course
Reflecting as a Springboard to Growth and Harmony
Within organisations, traumas are a well-known phenomenon. Consider prolonged shortages in sectors such as healthcare and education, a mismatch in management style, or ongoing high work pressure. Such situations can lead to the emergence of trauma within teams or the organisation as a whole. These organisational traumas are often not immediately recognised but have a significant impact on the organisation’s functioning. Think of teams perceived as ‘difficult’, teams with high absenteeism such as burnout cases, or constant dissatisfaction in the workplace. Does this sound familiar to you? Or do you want to proactively gain more insight into traumatic situations within organisations to minimise risks? Then, this training might be of interest to you and your organisation.