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Resilience isn’t simply something we’re born with. It can be taught. Research shows that how we think about the adversity in our lives has a significant impact on our success, relationships, and productivity. And since work is a common source of stress for most employees, workplace resiliency training is an effective method to:

  • Equip employees to respond well to change
  • Develop adaptive responses to stress – resulting in a more positive work environment
  • Enhance employee well-being
  • Increase productivity
  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Prevent feelings of burnout and low motivation
  • Improve the overall state of psychological health and safety

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This 50 minute lunch and learn will assist your team in identifying your innate resiliency traits and ones you want to strengthen to support your team and promote a safe and healthy workplace.

$1,000 + HST
Ideal group size: 20 participants

With Treena Reilkoff

treena-reilkoff-workplace-fairness-instituteTreena Reilkoff is a certified Resiliency trainer with experience in trauma informed practice and promoting strategies and optimizing resiliency. Her professional background is diverse and includes working in the fields of mental health, behavioural analysis, corrections, ADR and social work. She brings more than 25 years of experience providing service to persons and groups who have experienced trauma, in diverse, complex and high-risk environments. Having served organizations across Canada (government, correctional facilities, schools, hospitals, sporting organizations, indigenous communities) by providing critical incident stress management, employee assistance, occupational health and safety consulting, and union leadership, Treena possesses deep insight into the nature of resiliency.

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