Now What? How to Lead by Bringing Your Human to Work
The steering committee for the Lake County Safety Council is proud to promote/present the April virtual/webinar program --- with keynote speaker Erica Keswin. Keswin is a two-time Wall Street Journal bestselling author, internationally sought-after speaker and workplace strategist.
The program is from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, April 13, 2022. This training event is provided by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) and the LCSC steering committee.
The presentation will continue the general theme established for this year "Back to the Basics."
Keswin will present "Now What? How to Lead by Bringing Your Human to Work."
"We've all been through a lot, but managers at every level are dealing with unprecedented levels of stress and pressures." Keswin will provide tools to help leaders find their way through this difficult time and will exploer five things which will allow organizations to thrive:
--- Communicate often, with transparency and honesty
--- Mind your meetings - in person, remote and hybrid
--- Create a culture of wellness
--- Take professional development personally
--- Return to rituals (and create new ones)
This presentation will assist the attendee in learning more about how successful companies navigate turbulent times, prepare to "bring your human to work," be confident that they can manage the chaos and be ready to rock the hybrid revolution.
The welcoming comments for the program will be presented by BWC Administrator Stephanie McCloud and the program will be moderated by Ohio Safety Council Program Manager Michelle Francisco.
SAVE THE DATE -- You are invited to this meeting: April 13 @ 11 a.m.
Topic: BWC and LCSC ---- Now What? How to Lead by Bringing Your Human to Work
At the scheduled date and time, click the link below to join this live event. You do not need to pre-register.
At the scheduled date and time, click here to join this live event. You do not need to pre-register.
The April meeting sponsors are:
HzW Environmental Consulting and Lake Health Occupational Services.