Our vision and mission is to have every manager understand the need for training and compassion during difficult times of grief and loss.
PRODUCTIVITY AND UNDERSTANDING
The serious impact of your employees’ grief on your company is not a question of “if” grief will occur; it is a question of “when”. And when your employees experience grief it can become a major challenge to your bottom line and for your managers to maintain morale and productivity. It is essential for you to have a pro-active Trauma Plan and to provide training for your managers to handle trauma, grief, and crisis issues.
We provide the tools you need to help your managers and your employees cope and maintain productivity.
Linda is available as an accomplished, inspirational speaker to a variety of groups and organizations. She has a number of topics that may be of interest to your group. Talks or workshops can be tailored to your group’s specific needs.
This service helps our clients to handle different situations from the compassion and understand side of the business. Services include workshops, Lunch & Learn, and Manager training sessions.
workplace trauma solutions training
As about our workplace training workshops that CAN HELP YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES WITH workplace trauma.
Put a trauma & grief plan in place now
Having a plan in place will ensure that you are handling the trauma situation in the best possible way.
Know What to Say and Do Before a Crisis
The best time address the needs of your company and employees is to prepare for "when" trauma strikes your company.
Guiding your team through loss
The work environment presents unique challenges to both managers and employees touched by trauma and grief. Knowing the right thing to do and say is critical to your business.
Eulogy – Deliver the Right Words When It Matters Most
For many, standing in front of family, friends, and peers is a daunting task that calls for compassion and competence when offering words of condolences. Guidance helps ensure the right words are chosen.
Is There Really Humor in the Grief Process?
Grief, trauma, loss - all seem to be words that don't match well with humor. However, humor, done in the right way, with the right amount of respect offers some much needed relieve in the grieving process. Understanding humor's rightful place is a step toward healing.
Sometimes managers need extra help in expressing their grief within the context of the business and their relationship to the employee.
The items below offer help in expressing sympathy to your employee or their extended family members. For example, assistance writing the eulogy can help a manager who may be unsure how to express feelings for the team or company; the angel teddy bears may be very appropriate for a team member who has lost a child; and The Road Ahead book is appropriate for an individual who has lost a spouse or partner. If you have any questions or would like some guidance on what is appropriate in a business setting, telephone or email today.
THE ROAD AHEAD – AFTER THE FUNERAL
The book offers practical advice for rebuilding a life after the loss of a spouse or partner. While there are many books filled with information describing grief and how to manage it, there is little information about what to expect, how to survive and make it through everyday life on your own – often for the first time.
ANGEL TEDDY BEARS TO EXPRESS YOUR FEELINGS
Let one of our angel teddy bears express your love, sorrow and support to someone special in your life. The bear can send a special message of comfort and compassion! For some occasions, flowers are the perfect expression of sympathy but not always. Our bears offer another option for expressing your sympathy.
ASKED TO WRITE AN EULOGY? GET SOME GUIDANCE
For many, it is difficult to put into words the deep and loving feelings you want to say when asked to give a eulogy. With coaching, you will find just the right words that will capture the thoughts and feelings you wish to express and be ready to stand in front of your peers, coworkers, friends and family to deliver a memorable eulogy that you can be proud of.