Taming the Sabertooth: Thriving in Turbulent Times with Tracey Grove
Resilience is increasingly needed in the workplace. The world of work is more fast-paced, digitized, and interdependent than ever before. The addition of a pandemic has made any semblance of balance between work and home life an increasingly difficult challenge. For professionals trying to do more with less, please more demanding clients, and solve complex issues in a constantly changing environment, stress is becoming a part of life. The numbers are staggering:
280 million workdays are lost in the US every year due to stress
Stressed employees take 6.19 sick days versus 2.69 days
42% of employees have left a position solely due to stress
20.8% of employees have received a depression diagnosis
While we may not be able to control our environment, we do have the power to control our response to it. This workshop with executive Coach, speaker, facilitator, and author, Tracey Grove, sets the foundation for building resilience at work and at home.
Watch the webinar or catch some of our takeaways below:
On "Taming the Sabertooth"…
Resilience is our ability to deal with change and the use of a repertoire of problem-solving skills. It's about your belief in your capability.
How to nurture our recovery from stress
How to think about overcoming the fear
How to dominate daily distractions
How to can become more effective, focused, happier, calmer, and healthier
If you'd like to contact Tracey Grove for future engagements or further support on building resilience, you can check her out at puresymmetry.com or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can get a copy of Tracey's book, Taming the Sabertooth: Resilient Leadership in a Stressful World, here. The book serves as a roadmap for anyone looking to develop the ability to deal with ambiguity, change, and adversity with courage and grace. As leaders, we are reminded that while we cannot necessarily change our environment, we do have the power to choose our response to that environment by building resilience.
Remote Work: Staying Connected While Staying Apart
88% of companies are asking employees to work remotely to “flatten the curve” of COVID-19’s spread.
And while remote work is both our current reality and the future of work, transitioning overnight isn’t easy!
If any of the sentiments below sound like you, join us for an informal lunch & learn conversation, hosted by our founder & CEO, Lisa Hufford, on how to stay connected—while staying apart:
I’m struggling to adjust to this abrupt shift in working remotely
I’ve worked remotely before, but my teammates haven’t and we’re trying to figure out this new normal
I want real-world tips for how to best collaborate with my team
Help! I’m starving for human connection
My new coworkers (aka my kids) are making work a challenge
Get the remote work real talk you need to survive this current challenge … and thrive in the future of work.
How To Conquer Burnout And Fatigue With Mitch Shepard, DEI Strategist
This event is hosted by Lisa Hufford, founder & CEO @Simplicity Consulting. Since the start of COVID-19, there has been one consistent theme we’ve heard loud and clear: professionals in high-growth industries are struggling with the blurred lines between work and home-life. Many are trying to balance it all without burning out. Join us for a complimentary workshop, sponsored by Simplicity Consulting, to:
Understand the common culprits of burnout and how to overcome them
Push back strategically and skillfully on the constant flood of priorities, while still being seen as a team player
Prioritize, set boundaries, and differentiate between perceived versus actual emergencies that create the most churn
Manage your emotions through turbulent times
Evaluate the division of labor at home to see if crucial conversations or rebalancing is necessary
Develop practical tips & tools to reverse or avoid burnout
Envision your ideal work/life balance “Begin with the end in mind”
Clarify & align your values to the way you spend your time and energy