Coping with Change Virtual Workshop

Coping with Change - PMC Training

Strategies to Help You Move Through Any Change – Session Full

 

In an effort to contribute to the well-being of our clients and community during these unsettling times, we are pleased to offer you a complimentary seat in our upcoming online instructor-led training, “Coping with Change”.

In this one-hour virtual session, you will come to understand how to identify early responses and reactions to change, what key questions to ask, as well as the impact of not managing change. Whether a change is big or small, positive or negative, externally- or self-imposed, you will learn pragmatic, actionable coping strategies to face any change head on.

Change is a time-consuming distraction. It takes us away from our regular work, it slows productivity, and it often sparks conflict or intense emotions. You may even notice increased absenteeism during periods of change or a feeling of being paralyzed and not knowing what to do. The sooner you learn how to navigate change, the sooner you can get back to being productive and feeling like yourself again — even if you never come to want or like the change.

Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today!

Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 – SESSION FULL
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm (Eastern time)

Date: Friday, April 3, 2020 – SESSION FULL
Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm (Eastern time)

Cost: $0

Session will start promptly on time. Please click the link 5 – 10 minutes early in order to test your microphone and speakers. We will be using Zoom as the platform.  If you have never used Zoom, you can join a test meeting here to make sure it functions on your computer or smartphone: https://zoom.us/test

Please Note: Due to the high volume of Internet traffic caused by current work-from-home protocols, all major video conference platforms have experienced higher than usual levels of technical difficulties. We will make every effort to record the session and make it available afterwards, but it is strongly advised that you attend the live session in the off chance the recording fails.

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