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    Backstabbing, Betrayal and Trauma -Ignorance – Creating a Trauma-Informed Leader

    Date: August 15, 2024, 12:00pm
    Molly Mackey
    $10 member online, $15 guest online
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    Ø  Backstabbing, Betrayal and Trauma -Ignorance – Creating a Trauma-Informed Leader


    Description:  Those in health care may recognize the concept of Trauma-Informed Care. However, a trauma-informed approach shouldn’t just be limited to healthcare. Discover the transformative power of Trauma-Informed Care beyond healthcare! Unleash the potential of trauma-informed empathy in where you work. Shift from judgment to curiosity, from certainty to meaningful questioning. Join our course to master the application of the 6 key tenets of trauma-informed care in the workplace. Acquire practical steps that will empower you to implement this approach in your work environment.


    Learning Objectives:

    *Review the history and importance of a trauma-informed approach

    *Apply a trauma-informed approach to leadership

    *Demonstrate the impact of institutional betrayal on retention

    *Learn trauma-informed empathy strategies and how to implement them in the workplace


    Molly J. Mackey is an author, speaker and trainer of leaders. She believes that by intentionally intersecting the ongoing journeys of leadership and learning we can create better leaders and Better Leaders = Better Lives ™
    Molly is the founder and chief learning officer of the LEAdeRNship Institute.  She has a passion for business, strategy, leadership and learning. 
    Molly has over 18 years of business and speaking experience and works with companies all over the country to create better leaders and organizational cultures.

    Molly lives in Jesup, IA with her partner and has four children ages 2 to 17.

    Her books include:
    “52 Powerful Reflection Questions for Leaders”
    “52 Powerful Reflection Questions for Emotionally Intelligent Leaders”
    “52 Powerful Reflection Questions for Teams”