UPDATED: Weekly Webinars from EAP
To help you navigate these stressful times, Employee & Family Resources has developed a series of 30-minute weekly webinars that serve to educate, enlighten, and inspire healthier behaviors and attitudes. All webinars will be delivered live; however, they will be recorded and placed on EFR's website for later viewing.
To register for one of the webinars below, click the title and submit your information. You will then receive and email confirmation containing instructions for joining the webinar.
April 29, 2020; 1:00 PM CST
In the past we had a seemingly infinite number of ways to distract ourselves. But what do we do when many of our distractions are no longer available or we just can’t watch another episode of (fill in the blank)? This webinar will help you understand common stress reactions and gain knowledge and tools so you can use this time to learn how to cope more effectively – now AND in the future.
May 6, 2020; 10:00 AM CST
Learn about the prevalence of mental health issues and explore, small daily activities to strengthen your mental and emotional well-being.
May 13, 2020; 10:00 AM CST
COVID-19 is challenging leaders to practice compassion while building team resilience. This session will explore leadership best practices to inspure employee confidence and lead others towards recovery and optimal performance.
May 20, 2020; 1:00 PM CST
The stress associated with COVID-19 can test our most important relationships. Maintaining these relationships through this difficult period can be challenging but this time can also be an opportunity for growth. This webinar will provide you with the foundation and practical tools so that you can go beyond maintaining your most important relationships to improve and strengthen them.
May 27, 2020; 10:00 AM CST
The ability to communicate with coworkers or family members is crucial- and especially challenging during these times of stress and uncertainty. Learn ways to manage difficult conversations and improve your relationships at home and work.