AVAILABLE DATES: 14th-16th JULY 2020
With current global economic and health challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is no surprise we see a rise in racial intolerance as well as domestic violence. Crisis is the common denominator of human experience. We might wish to avoid it, but eventually in one form or another, it will manifest itself in all of our lives and with it will come a period of tension, uncertainty and change. The natural tendency of humans is to avoid the crisis. Or, if we can’t avoid the crisis, we seek to make sense of it. It is in this period of making sense, we may see the best and ugliest parts of humanity rise to the surface.
What’s Covered in this Course?
1. The rising costs of crisis on humans and economies
a.) Economic and social impacts
b.) Racial and domestic impacts
2. The impact of crisis on the four pillars of human potential
3. The Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory- a social re-adjustment rating scale
Who should attend?
Our courses are suitable for all individuals/employees who are interested in their personal and professional growth. This course is especially suitable for managers/leaders who are looking for practical ways they can support their employees during difficult and challenging times of change. It is especially suitable for workplaces with low or high levels of diversity, wishing to shore up the health and well-being of their employees.
Corporations contact us for rates.