The Washington State Employee Assistance Program, EAP, is offering webinars on a variety of COVID-19 related topics to support emotional and mental health and wellbeing. Register for an upcoming live session or view a pre-recorded session on-demand below. More sessions will be added regularly.
In our ever changing world, learning how to navigate change is an essential skill—one that can be developed. In this webinar we’ll talk about the impact of change, actions you can take to navigate change based on your unique response to stress, and resources available to support you.
How to Build Resilience When Your Job Involves Helping Others in Crisis
This webinar is intended for those who are supporting others in crisis e.g. customers, clients, students, employees/staff. During this webinar you will learn how your mind and body responds to stress, possible impacts on your emotional and physical well-being, strategies to build resilience, and supports and resources available to you.
Unleash Your Talents and do your Best Work (Half-day Virtual Training)
Date And Time
Fri, May 29, 2020
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
This training is open to all, so please forward!
When you really understand who you are, you are going to be better at what you do! In this half-day workshop, you will:
LEARN how to identify and embrace untapped talent in yourself and others.
EXPLORE what gets in the way of you being your best self.
DESIGN an individualized action plan to add value to your workplace.
This workshop is designed for anyone interested in learning how to unleash talent for themselves and others. It’s also great for supervisors, managers and HR professionals who help others succeed in the workplace.
Previous workshops have sold out quickly – early registration is recommended.
This course qualifies for 3 SHRM Professional Development Units (PDUs).
The Athena Group is offering various types of support from expert coaches and consultants, including free online webinars, resources for managers, coaching consultations and more. Explore current support . This web page will be continuously updated as new challenges and needs arise.
Thursdays 10:00 – 10:30am PDT Starting April 9 Donation-Based
“We know you are holding a lot, both personally and professionally, and we know proven tools that can help. Whether you’re new to meditation or are a seasoned practitioner, you are welcome to join us for live, online, guided meditation sessions. These short sessions are open to all, so you can regroup, center yourself and find the ground under your feet.” This training does not have a set fee, as it is donation based. >>> Click here to learn more & reserve your seat.
ICSEW is partnering with Renee Smith, Founder of A Human Workplace, to bring you this timely opportunity for support. “A Human Workplace Virtual Gathering: Working Alone Together” takes place Tuesday, March 31 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon via Zoom.
We are all working in a time of unprecedented challenges. We know you’re trying to adapt to this very difficult time. Many of us are facing loneliness, stress, and overwhelm but perhaps also strangely some hope. We may be struggling to work with kids at home or with the isolation of being alone 24/7. We may be questioning our value and purpose. We may enjoy working from home and the short “commute.” But we may also be worried about the safety of vulnerable family and friends or our financial security.
We want you to know that we care about you and want to support you during this time of uncertainty.
We are partnering with Renee Smith, founder and CEO of A Human Workplace who is offering Virtual Gatherings via Zoom. This Gathering will help us to…
• Connect with each other while we are in the middle of this experience.
• Discuss practical tactics for building our person to person connection while we are isolated.
• Discover hope for the future and resilience to sustain us while we get there.
Join us for a conversation about “working alone together” in the age of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 outbreak has led to widespread fear on a global scale. The pervasive impact of the outbreak on a humanitarian and economical scale has caused many of us to experience extreme levels of uncertainty and anxiety. As every person and every organization tries to quickly adapt to the constantly changing situation, societal stress levels remain high. Given that stress has an adverse impact on our immune system, it is more important than ever to maintain a healthy sense of perspective, focus on practical ways to adapt to the situation and respond to the outbreak with calm and composure.
The webinar will cover:
Strategies to tackle feelings of anxiety and stress.
Practical techniques for working from home.
Ways to address signs of panic in the workplace.
When to reach out for further help and support.
For more information about the EAP, visit their website or call 877-313-4455.