Webinars This Week for Navigating through COVID 19

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Many of us may not be able to work from the office right now. It’s a new work environment, for sure. However, webinars are abound! ICSEW has pulled together a list of webinars anyone can access while they’re working at home this week. Most are free.

A Human Workplace: Working Alone Together

A Human Workplace is offering more sessions to build emotional well-being and lower stress from the impacts of remote work, isolation and pandemic overwhelm. These are not webinars or training. Instead, join for an experiential gathering to engage with people to boost your oxytocin through connection, conversations, and meaningful reflection. 

If you missed the other sessions or just want to attend again, join in April 23 at 8:30 am PDT for Working Alone Together: Register here 

If you are a leader, you face unique challenges right now. Join other leaders on Friday April 24 at 10:30 am PDT for Leading Alone Together: Register here.

Or find more sessions next week on the Gatherings page of A Human Workplace.

The Remote Boss, Communications Skills for Success 

The Remote Boss: Friday, May 1, join with Betty Lochner for a virtual workshop titled Surviving and Thriving as a Virtual Supervisor. You can learn more and get registered here. It’s $97 and includes the workshop and replay, Q & A, and lots of resources to help you thrive in our new normal. Communication Skills for Success (CSS) : This course includes skill building, expert coaching, personalized feedback and guidance to build your communication skills, confidence and ability that you can put to work right away at work and at home. You can get all the details and join us in the course here: Communication Skills for Success.  Register by April 30 and get The Remote Boss workshop for FREE! 

Employee Assistance Program

Washington State’s Employee Assistance Program has a wide selection of live and recorded  The Washington State Employee Assistance Program has a wide selection of live and recorded webinars. Selections have multiple sessions each week. T