Creating a Welcoming Workplace - People with Invisible Injuries and Employment
A welcoming workplace is essential to fostering employee productivity and retention. Employees who feel comfortable and valued at work are more likely to perform well and stay at your company. Creating a welcoming workplace is a key part of becoming a diverse and inclusive business. Employers who tap into the full potential of the region's workforce by building a welcoming and inclusive work environment are posed to better attract and retain workers. Join on on our journey through a series of educational sessions presented by a number of key speakers and industry professionals who will guide us in "Creating a Welcoming Workplace".
People with Invisible Injuries and Employment
Facilitated by Kim Long of Dochas Psychological Services Inc.
Understanding that “People with injuries or disabilities, invisible or not, can perform their job at or above expectations if given a way to do it that meets their needs". Creating an environment of trust and openness where all employees can succeed.
Part of the focus of this workshop will be providing a physical experience of four invisible disabilities: ADHD, depression, anxiety and PTSD. It will include small group work, role playing and a debrief. Also offered will be listening and communication tips and analogies to help with problem solving and relationship building skills.
Light refreshment will be served.