WORKSHOP FOR HR LEADERS
Bereavement Processes for Modern Workplaces
Implement Best Practices That Help Employees Return And Stay At Work
We know that policy review is not the exciting work you were hoping to do today but this workshop is different.
You'll get the tools you need to make modernized bereavement policies work for your company culture. You'll walk away with a communication plan tailored to your team and achievable goals so everyone knows what to expect when your new policy comes into effect.
All of this in one creative and inspirational space with snacks, laughter and goody bags.
WHAT TO EXPECT
1 / COMMUNITY LEARNING
Together with other human resource leaders, we will meet to learn, brainstorm, create, develop and action plan. We are big advocates of learning inside of community so that we can be better together.
2 / YOU NEED TO COME PREPARED
This is an action-oriented workshop where you need to come prepared with a copy of your current bereavement policies, processes and EAP benefits. We want to create and develop an action plan so you can immediately see change.
3 / AN ACTIONABLE PLAN
We want to have a good time of course, but we also want to come out with an actionable plan. Your plan will include a short term and long term goals, a communication guide and next steps on how to engage your leadership team.
WHAT YOUR PEERS ARE SAYING
"I procrastinated on doing this work for so long that when I saw this workshop, I knew it was the only way it was going to get done. It was not only a great workshop with amazing people, but I walked out of the room with a plan and the confidence to action it!"
Founder of Grief Advocacy, Inc.
While building a successful executive career I was also spending much of my spare time volunteering in Home Hospice, getting certified as a Grief Coach and advocating for the importance of grief, loss and death. About 25 years later, after experiencing career burnout, I founded Grief Advocacy with the sole purpose of helping organizations action their corporate culture in the face of adversity. To empower them to stand together when hard things happen, to create more grief inclusive organizations and support employees return to work in healthy ways.