Today is the day you see the suffering of those around you and rise to help while also helping yourself.
In the last two years at work, we have seen massive shifts in the workplace, demographically and interpersonally. These changes are on a rapid curve for change between 2020 and 2025. CPAs and their clients can immediately use this framework to expand understanding between people coming from different perspectives and experiences. One of the quietest and the most destructive trends at work is the long-term grief being felt by so many. It is compounded by the ongoing struggles of daily life. When people don’t feel seen and heard by those they work with, their safety begins to dwindle and they disconnect. This learning can be used to increase resilience and aptitude for change, grow engagement at work, and allow for better relationships between people who work together. This live, expert-led class helps CPAs to become better leaders, managers, and allies for today’s workplace.
This course utilizes the work and research of Robert Kegan, Bob Anderson, Peter Levine, Stephen Porges, Dan Siegel, David Treleaven, Pamela Fuller, Bari Williams, and many other organizational strategists and psychologists. Begin to practice reflection and observation that leads to being able to identify your own emotional struggles and grief, as well as those of others, and to work together to strengthen support in your workplace.