In our workplaces, there are people who are dealing with stress and traumatic situations outside of work. This situation can lead to burnout, reduced effectiveness, hostilities among employees, and other negative situations. Designed for Corporate and Federal Government Leaders, this introductory virtual workshop will teach participants how they can confidently and meaningfully support not just a trauma-impacted workforce, but all employees, and foster a positive and supportive workplace. This workshop will provide foundational insight into what leaders can do to understand the impact of stress and trauma, help build resilience, cope with adverse situations, and help your workforce produce at a high level.
This live virtual workshop is offered in a Zoom webinar format with frequent breakout opportunities for participants to discuss the content and deepen their understanding of it in small groups.
Dr. John Eller’s experience spans a wide variety of roles and leadership in many organizations. He utilizes his experiences as a school principal, a school district leader, a leadership center director, and the director of a doctoral program in educational leadership.
Dr. Eller conducts informative and engaging seminars and workshops across North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. In a addition to his work in the education sector, John conducts leadership seminars and serves as an executive coach for many US government agencies, educators, and businesses. He consistently gets rave reviews from his audiences because of his inspiring message of hope and clear strategies for success.
Dr. Eller is co-author of two popular books on the topics of trauma-sensitive instruction:
This course can be tailored for Corporate or Government organizations, or any type of private group. Contact us to learn more.