An employee has died.
How will you respond?
How can you be empathetic and productive?
How will you manage the short- and long-term adverse effects of grief?
Not sure? Keep reading.
Our mission is to help 500,000 grieving employees by teaching 40,000 managers how to effectively support grieving employees while driving productivity by 2036.
Death happens. And your manager has to deal with the aftermath. The death of an employee affects the team and other stakeholders in your organization! Employee grief, when not addressed, has negative effects on an organization. Unaddressed grief:
lowers team productivity,
lowers employee engagement, increases burnout,
lowers an employee's trust in your organization,
can lower retention,
and lowers revenue.
These effects occur over months. The ramification of not supporting your managers when there is a loss can damage their team and your company's internal reputation.
If well-being and mental health are part of your organization's strategy, then training and coaching your managers on how to work with a grieving team is essential.
This service is best for:
Companies that have dealt with the loss of an employee in the last 60 days, or
Organizations that have experienced employee death and the negative fallout from not addressing the death.
You are in the right place if you want to uplevel your managers' skills and teach them how to lead with compassion while still driving productivity.
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