Helping Employees Through Trauma

Recorded Session
60 Minutes

The U.S. workplace is filled with opportunities for trauma. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 27 percent of 888,220 nonfatal work injuries in the U.S. in 2019 (the most recent year for which statistics are available) were related to slips and falls. A recent World Health Organization study revealed that depression and anxiety cost the global economy over $1 trillion per year. Workers can, and do, experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from workplace conditions.

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

Overcoming trauma in the workplace begins with awareness of what is needed to keep oneself healthy, happy, and feeling good. It means doing one’s best to recognize depression and find ways to keep one’s body, mind, and spirit healthy. This webinar focuses on how employers can help employees overcome trauma and achieve physical, mental, and spiritual wellness.

AREA COVERED

Introduction

  1.       Overview
  2.       Objectives
  3.       The organizational structure of the presentation
  4.       About the presenter

Recognizing the Need and Importance for Wellness

  1.        What is wellness, and what is trauma?
  2.        Why are health and wellness so important?
  3.        What are some facts and figures about trauma in the U.S. workplace?
  4.        What are some facts and figures on how employers help employees through trauma in the workplace?

Overcoming Trauma Through Physical Fitness

  1.          What is physical fitness, and how does that fit into a larger self-care regimen?
  2.          What are the components of a physical fitness regimen?
  3.          How do you formulate and implement a physical fitness regimen?

 Overcoming Trauma Through Mental Wellness

  1.            What is mental wellness, and how does that fit into a larger wellness regimen?
  2.            What are the components of a mental wellness regimen?
  3.            How do you formulate and implement a mental wellness regimen?

Ensuring Spiritual Wellness

  1.            What is spiritual wellness, and how does that fit into a larger wellness regimen?
  2.            What are the components of a spiritual wellness regimen?
  3.            How do you formulate and implement a spiritual wellness regimen?

Summary and Final Questions and Answers

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • After attending you will be able to define what is meant by trauma and wellness
  • After attending you will be able to describe 10 principles to follow to help ensure wellness
  • After attending you will be able to discuss with friends and family what you do for physical, mental, and spiritual wellness in the workplace—and outside the workplace
  • After attending you will be able to explain why maintaining wellness and overcoming trauma is so important at a time when a mental health care crisis exists in America

WHO WILL BENEFIT?

  • Business owners
  • Managers
  • HR managers
  • Professionals

Overcoming trauma in the workplace begins with awareness of what is needed to keep oneself healthy, happy, and feeling good. It means doing one’s best to recognize depression and find ways to keep one’s body, mind, and spirit healthy. This webinar focuses on how employers can help employees overcome trauma and achieve physical, mental, and spiritual wellness.

Introduction

  1.       Overview
  2.       Objectives
  3.       The organizational structure of the presentation
  4.       About the presenter

Recognizing the Need and Importance for Wellness

  1.        What is wellness, and what is trauma?
  2.        Why are health and wellness so important?
  3.        What are some facts and figures about trauma in the U.S. workplace?
  4.        What are some facts and figures on how employers help employees through trauma in the workplace?

Overcoming Trauma Through Physical Fitness

  1.          What is physical fitness, and how does that fit into a larger self-care regimen?
  2.          What are the components of a physical fitness regimen?
  3.          How do you formulate and implement a physical fitness regimen?

 Overcoming Trauma Through Mental Wellness

  1.            What is mental wellness, and how does that fit into a larger wellness regimen?
  2.            What are the components of a mental wellness regimen?
  3.            How do you formulate and implement a mental wellness regimen?

Ensuring Spiritual Wellness

  1.            What is spiritual wellness, and how does that fit into a larger wellness regimen?
  2.            What are the components of a spiritual wellness regimen?
  3.            How do you formulate and implement a spiritual wellness regimen?

Summary and Final Questions and Answers

  • After attending you will be able to define what is meant by trauma and wellness
  • After attending you will be able to describe 10 principles to follow to help ensure wellness
  • After attending you will be able to discuss with friends and family what you do for physical, mental, and spiritual wellness in the workplace—and outside the workplace
  • After attending you will be able to explain why maintaining wellness and overcoming trauma is so important at a time when a mental health care crisis exists in America
  • Business owners
  • Managers
  • HR managers
  • Professionals

This webinar is on hold for future date. If you are interested in this webinar,
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Speaker Profile

ins_img William J. Rothwell

William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CPLP Fellow is President of Rothwell & Associates, Inc. He has worked in HR for more than 40 years and has also worked as a consultant for more than 50 multinational corporations--including Motorola China, General Motors, Ford, and many others. In 2012 he earned ASTD’s prestigious Distinguished Contribution to Workplace Learning and Performance Award, and in 2013 ASTD honored him by naming him as a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) Fellow. (ASTD is now called ATD.) In 2014 he was given the Asia-Pacific International Personality Brandlaureate Award.He has authored, coauthored, edited or coedited …

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