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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed our reality. Some of your workforce may be finding healthy ways to cope with concerns about their health, safety and jobs, while others may be experiencing grief, either due to the loss of a friend, loved one, co-worker, or death toll stories they are reading about. As employee grief continues to manifest itself in the workplace, leaders and HR professionals are faced with how to manage this among their staff. Listen in to better understand signs of grief, trauma and depression among your workforce during a crisis and how they can impact the achievement of your nonprofit’s mission.

Gain insight into how you as an HR or organizational leader can help your employees cope during this difficult time. Learn how to better manage related performance issues, recommend helpful resources, and help build resiliency in your staff. Increasing understanding of these issues and developing a strategy to address them as we prepare for our “new normal” are an important part of your talent management strategy in these unprecedented times.



Lisa Brown Alexander
President & CEO
Nonprofit HR

Lisa Dinhofer
“The Crisis Tamer”
Koden Consulting Services, LLC.

Dr. Christine Allen
Workplace Psychologist/Executive Coach
Insight Business Works

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