Join us for a very special annual meeting with CSSHRM. This year we are offering two options with Dr. Paul White, co-author of 5 languages of appreciation in the workplace.
How to Avoid Becoming a Toxic Workplace
Luncheon meeting from 11:30am-1:00pm
The workplace has become increasingly negative and toxic – to the point that 70 million American employees want to work someplace other than their current job. Our research has identified the top characteristics of toxic workplaces in three broad categories: unhealthy practices and procedures, toxic leaders, and dysfunctional colleagues. Learn how to identify the most dangerous symptoms and specific actions you can take immediately to limit the damage in your workplace – and start to move toward health.
Lunch will be served and included in the cost of this event.
Using The 5 Languages of Appreciation to Detoxify Your Work Environment
Afternoon Workshop from 1:30pm-4:00pm
In spite of the growing number of employee recognition programs, employees still report high levels of not feeling valued. Funds continue to be tight in all sectors; as a result, the stress level in workplaces is still extremely high. Supervisors are frustrated, not knowing what to do to support their staff. Learn the core conditions for individuals to truly feel appreciated and how to empower your staff by giving them thanks in the ways that are meaningful to each individual.
About Our Speaker:
Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. He is the co-author of "Rising Above a Toxic Workplace" and "The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace" with Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the best-selling, "The 5 Love Languages".
His expertise has been requested by Microsoft, NASA, Miller Coors, Princeton University, Dartmouth College, Napa Valley Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and numerous other national organizations to help them improve the quality of their workplace communication and relationships.
Recently, Dr. White engaged in a research process to identify the core characteristics of toxic workplaces, and then to develop key practical tools for individuals to survive unhealthy environments and for leaders to learn how to keep their organization from becoming toxic.
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