Charting The Course To A Better Future
With current global economic, social, spiritual, mental, and health challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is no surprise we are seeing a rise in divorce rates, racial intolerance, alcohol, and other drug abuse, as well as domestic violence.
When Sir Winston Churchill encouraged the British people to "never let a good crisis go to waste," he was choosing to employ a long-term perspective towards their current period of crisis - World War 2 and all its challenges. Through all the chaos, loss, and challenges, he could see a future that was actually better because of the current state. Similarly, by using the foundations for building a psychologically safe and healthy workplace and home, participants will begin the process of charting a course for a better future. They will participate in shaping the future of their work and life, especially as work becomes more diverse, dispersed, and inextricably woven into home and personal life.
What's Covered in this Course?
This course uses a workplace psychological health and safety approach to provide participants with a safe space to:
Use Present Moment Awareness to manage stress, anxiety, doubt, and worry
Use the I.D.A.R.E. Life principles to “keep calm and carry on” during challenging times
Discuss current challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic within the framework of the 4 Pillars of Potential
Use the G.R.E.I.S. Framework to begin charting a better course for work and life
Increase understanding of and ability to articulate what they need from work and life in order to function at their full potential
Experience how to use the 4 Be's-Be Aware, Be Just, Be Careful and Be Vigilant to chart a course for a more psychologically safe and healthy workplace