FIVE SIMPLE TOOLS TO LEAD YOUR TEAM THROUGH CANCER, LOSS OR ANY HEALTH CRISIS

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Description

46% of those diagnosed with cancer are between the ages of 25 and 64. Those are prime working years. This number doesn’t include death or other common health crisis. Yet managers are ill-equipped to support and lead a team through any of those challenges. As a result, managers feel insecure and don’t know how to lead, teams feel disconnected from each other, and their work, productivity, and well-being drop.

 

Many HR professionals are searching for programs and tools to increase the well-being of their employees. But the team can learn well-being skills daily when interacting with an employee who faces a health crisis if their manager has the tools. 

 

This presentation will equip audience members with simple tools they can implement immediately when managing an employee dealing with cancer, loss, health crisis, or just small essential moments that can build or destroy team trust. 

 

Each of the five steps releases audience members from their fear of saying or doing the wrong thing and teaches them how to interact authentically, kindly, and firmly. 

 

Every audience member will walk away feeling confident that they will know what to say and how to manage or work with an employee dealing with a crisis.

 

Empathy and productivity do go together.