Make Creating a
Collaborative Culture A Part of Your Strategic Plan
A Happy Employee Is A Productive Employee
The success of any organization is directly tied to the engagement, productivity, and retention of it's employees.
Is the culture of your organization helping or hurting your bottom line?
of employee absences can be tracked to psychological problems that are due to job stress
of employees state they are not engaged at their job
believe employees have more on the job stress than a generation ago
cost of unanticipated absenteeism per worker, per year
You know what it feels like to be stressed. Regardless of the source of stress, we all tend to respond in a very similar way.....headaches, poor sleep, changes in eating habits, loss of concentration, lack of motivation, difficulty with thought process, loss of memory and poor decision making.
Now imagine that 86% of your employees spend their work day with these symptoms of stress.
How productive do you think they are?
How long do you think they will continue to work there?
Workplace stress and poor collaboration result in:
increased tension and conflict among staff
blaming between generations/team silos
increased medical, pharmacy, mental health and EAP costs
increased disability claims
costs associated with hiring, training, temporary staff, etc.
An organization that values collaboration creates a culture where managers and employees are encouraged to work together to make better use of resources, knowledge, time and effort.
A Collaborative Culture will respectfully address the differing expectations and needs of Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials (and incoming Gen Z). Addressing the unique needs of your employees allows them to feel understood, validated, appreciated and supported, resulting in a healthy and thriving workplace.
Keynote Presentation - Workshops
5 Ways to Foster Collaboration in a Multigenerational Workforce
Essential Coaching Techniques for Leaders
Feeling Stressed? Strategies to Prevent Burnout and Increase Productivity
7 Steps to Improving Your Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Presentations are designed to be engaging and action oriented.
No fluff ... just empirically tested information and strategies to implement.
Each is customized to address the specific dynamics of the organization.
Erica N. Reed, LCSW-C
Psychotherapist - Keynote Speaker - Workshop Facilitator
Erica Reed is a Mental Wellness Expert who specializes in helping organizations address the personal and interpersonal challenges of their employees, resulting in increased engagement, productivity, and retention.
Erica's powerful and interactive trainings focus on providing information and strategies that participants are able to implement immediately to get the desired outcomes. She tackles the difficult issues and conversations that Managers avoid because of fear of overstepping boundaries, uncertainty on the right thing to say or the belief that "employees should leave their personal beliefs and problems at the door".
20 + years in the field (post Master's Degree)....
* Therapist and Coach
* College Professor
* Trainer (online and in-person)
* Director of an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic
* Expert Court Witness in Maryland
* Employee Assistance Provider and Trainer
* Curriculum Developer