Join Us for the Second Part of MAC’s Trauma Informed Leadership Series!
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from noon to 1:30 pm.
Trauma impacts human resources. Whether it is primary trauma exposure at work, on-the job secondary trauma exposure, or adverse/traumatic experiences from outside work that affects performance, supervisors and HR personnel deal with the effects of trauma on a regular basis.
This FREE webinar gives an overview of trauma and the principles of trauma-informed practice. It presents ways to assess organizational readiness to implement trauma-informed practices and practical strategies for HR and other organizational leaders to lay the groundwork for increasing trauma-informed practices. It then applies these principles to HR roles throughout the employment cycle, from pre-employment, to onboarding, to development and performance management during continued employment, to offboarding.
This training is open to all interested in participating but we especially encourage HR personnel, managers, supervisors, and executive directors to register.
MAC has applied for 1.5 standard CLE credits for this webinar.
About the Presenters:
Beth Neu, MHRM, is the Manager of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness for YouthLink, which works with youth experiencing homelessness ages 16 to 23. Prior to that, Beth worked for Jeff Anderson and Associates, a law firm dedicated to justice for child sex abuse survivors. In both roles, Beth developed trauma-responsive policies and procedures to meet the needs of both the organizations and staff she supported in her HR role.
Pete Singer is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 28 years experience in a variety of settings, including residential, home-based, outpatient psychotherapy, schools, and management. His counseling practice focuses on children who have experienced trauma, and he trains and consults with legal, education, and health systems on development and implementation of trauma-informed practice.