Living in Extraordinary (Stressful) Times & Why Resiliency Matters | Virtual

  • Wednesday, March 02, 2022
  • 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
  • Zoom
  • 99


  • Qualifies for .1 CEUs
  • Qualifies for .1 CEUs

Registration is closed

Session presented in continued partnership with:

Florida Recreation & Park Association

Every single organization must deal with issues and events that are beyond their control, unfortunately many of those are distressing. These events can test us all at a very personal and human level and yet, we believe that we should be able to “pull ourselves up by the bootstraps” and continue on. However, because workplace turbulence has increased, so has the focus on resilience. Increasingly, teams need to adapt quickly and operate in uncertainty, while still managing high job demands. The current pandemic and social unrest have only increased the pace at which this is happening. Teams need ways to sustain their effectiveness and relevance in this environment without comprising physical and psychological health. An organization’s viability depends on the agility of both its operating systems and people to create sustainable solutions – for the business, for its people, and for the community served.  Registrations open through February 25

SESSION APPROVED FOR .1 CEUs | Submit here electronically for CEU approval

About Lori Hoffner:

Lori A Hoffner has been offering training for positive youth development, community networking, and organizational relationship building since 1997 and has spoken nationally regarding youth program development, employment, and staff engagement as well as multiple community issues. For 11 years, Lori was the Executive Director of PACCT, a small non-profit in Jefferson County, Colorado, an organization dedicated to the success of youth and community. Lori specializes in positive staff and organizational relationships based on generational studies and research. Additionally, she has years of experience with youth programming, program development and youth staffing.

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