Are you aware of the messages your supervisory performance sends in stressful circumstances and their impact on your team? Are you interested in increasing your self-awareness, decrease tension, improve concentration, and ultimately improve your team’s health and workplace satisfaction? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this one hour interactive webinar sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), June 2, 1:00 pm ET, has some answers for you.
Research suggests that, as the emotional and/or mental well-being of each team member decline, organizational and professional growth are negatively affected. How you perform in stressful circumstances sends a clear message, whether positive or negative, to your team. During this interactive webinar, NIC will explore techniques that can be used to address workplace stress using mindfulness that starts with you, in your role as supervisor.
Dr. Rosalind Smith Sistrunk, Rosalind Smith Counseling
Dr. Sistrunk is a licensed professional clinical counselor in the state of Ohio who specializes in relationship counseling. She conducts mindfulness-based workshops and services to help improve the emotional well-being of individuals and organizations. Dr. Sistrunk believes that a supervisor’s healthy emotional well-being can have a positive impact on any workforce.
Who Should Attend?
Any individual who supervises and/or leads employees working in a state, federal, or local correctional jurisdiction.
NIC recommends that sites with multiple attendees consider registering and viewing the webinar together to facilitate implementation of webinar content into practice.
How Do I Register?
Click here to register in NIC’s WebEx Event Center.