Join us for a 60 minute Masterclass
December 1st at 9:30am Pacific
Find out if you're in grief crisis or approaching grief resilience. Our unique self assessment matrix will allow you to identify where your business lies.
Learn the 5 components that must be in place for your business to achieve grief resilience.
Our fully customizable 4 Step process will ensure that you have all the tools needed to establish grief resilience.
Uncover the strategies to establish an unwavering support network and foster a workplace culture of empathy and understanding.
Learn how hidden costs, such as presenteeism, might be silently affecting your business.
Elevate your leadership impact, nurture employee retention, and enhance your bottom line by mastering the art of compassionate leadership in times of loss and disruption. Secure your spot now and be part of this transformative experience. Don't miss out on this opportunity to uplevel your leadership approach.
- Evaluate your business's current resilience in the face of grief and loss.
- Master the five essential keys to creating a resilient workplace.
- Initiate the necessary steps toward a positive and transformative approach.
- Hone your ability to respond effectively to grief within the workplace.
- Experience an exercise tailored to building emotional intelligence and resilience.
In a recent peer meeting, I shared the statistics you provided regarding the number of co-workers that are dealing with grief at any given time. We committed to not only acknowledging the grief but also to providing sustained support.
Suzanne is my Go-To authority for grief. My increased awareness and understanding of grief from her teachings have made me a significantly better communicator, eased my own grief, assisted me in meaningfully supporting others, and exponentially enriched my relationships in both my personal and professional life, as well as in casual everyday encounters.
I finished the workshop with concrete ideas that I implemented at work. The grievers I reached out to were so appreciative of my greater understanding of what was helpful to them which I credit Suzanne for.