For many, the winter holiday season is a time of cheer and celebration. It can be a chance to spend time with family and friends and enjoy good food and gift-giving. But for some, the holiday season can feel like a rushed and stressful time, bringing with it financial worries, extra travel, family drama, or sadness for those who may be coping with the loss of loved ones. Social media and advertising often portray idealized versions of what the holidays should look like, causing us to compare and come up short.
When the Golden Rule goes askew, the result is micro-aggressions. These are comments or behaviors that negatively target a marginalized group of people. Micro-aggressions are not “micro” or minor; they are a form of discrimination where many people don’t realize their words or actions are harmful. This training session will help attendees understand and eliminate micro-aggression and instead develop healthy interactions.
Half (51%) of workers said their mental health has declined since the onset of the pandemic. We’re not surprised, but also, many of us are not prepared. This webinar can help you ensure your company is taking steps to become more aware and sensitive to employees’ emotional needs.
As human beings, we all make automatic assumptions, often without realizing it. However, these assumptions can be detrimental to our relationships, work life, and emotional well-being. This webinar will help you identify unconscious bias, understand it, and utilize specific principles and tools for changing these perceptions and their negative consequences.
There’s a lot going on at night that you don’t realize is taking place. Critical brain function related to mental processing and memory happen only while you sleep. So do activities like tissue repair and protein synthesis, needed to build immunity. Plus, sleep is a powerful stress reducer. That’s why getting enough quality sleep is essential. Experts say sleep is as critical to life as eating food and breathing air.
This webinar is for busy executives, multi-tasking moms, and anyone who wants to take care of their health when there just isn’t enough time in their day. It’s also for those who, during continued surges of COVID-19, want to minimize the time they spend in doctors’ offices and exam rooms. Find out what LVHN’s Executive Health program is all about, with plenty of time for questions after the presentation.
Intellectually, many of us know what we need to do to meet certain wellness goals. For example, if we want to eat healthier, we need to actively make different food choices. But it’s not always easy to do. This workshop aims to see these challenges as perfectly normal, and work on developing the skills necessary for altering our behavior. We’ll plan for typical pitfalls by providing practical strategies that will result in lasting change.
As the world changes, the workplace changes. Besides being a smart businessperson, today’s employer must be proficient in “people skills,” emotional intelligence, and empathy. This webinar defines empathy and explains why it’s so important when interacting with employees. It also explores ways in which empathy lays the groundwork for creating an environment of psychological safety, which is paramount to employee well-being, meaningful employee relationships, and – consequently – business success.
This free webinar will delve into the urgent issues surrounding emotional well-being in relationship to the COVID-19 vaccine. It will cover pandemic fatigue from an employer’s perspective and how to address vaccine hesitancy among your workforce. We’ll explore ways to manage workplace conflict while helping employees accept differences in opinion and work alongside others who have alternative points of view.
This webinar provides medically sound information about the vaccines currently available and why they are effective at combating COVID-19. The information will help inform you so that you can advocate vaccine compliance among your workforce.
An increasing number of people feel that the workplace has become less civil and less respectful. Disrespectful workplaces can escalate into situations of harassment, bullying, and aggression if left unaddressed. This workshop will explore some of the causes of incivility, what incivility looks like, and how to identify and address it. We’ll focus on ways to manage incivility in our work relationships, our situational encounters, and in ourselves.
With the start of a new year, we all might want to take a deep breath – literally! Join us for a look at one of the simplest yet most effective ways to manage stress: breathing. Specific patterns of breathing allow the body to replenish itself with oxygen, leading to a state of enhanced relaxation almost immediately.
If you’re feeling stressed, impatient, and exhausted, you might have pandemic fatigue. With almost a year of hyper-focus on COVID-19, many of us are feeling the strain. Pandemic fatigue can interfere with everything from concentration to how we manage our lives. Join Preferred EAP for this free webinar that will help you understand how pandemic fatigue is impacting your daily life, and learn ways to restore balance, increase hope, and build resilience. This webinar is for employers, educators, health care providers, and employees.
We’re focusing on the most important actions today’s business leaders and employees can take to succeed in a world that has experienced being overturned by a pandemic. Learn why population health management and building resilience among your workforce should be Job No. 1, and why investing in these assets is critical to ensuring long-term sustainability. Tune in for:
This presentation explains COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and antibody testing, and discusses the difference between the two tests in “plain speak.” We’ll cover practical applications, including when and where the tests are appropriate as business owners welcome their employees back to the workplace.
Carolyn Lamparella, EdS, LPC,
Tiffany Trine, MPH, CHES®
Health Educator, Strategic Wellness Consultant
An interactive presentation on the physical and emotional health of your employees. Discussion on how your company can help them during today’s unprecedented challenges and changes as we gradually return to the post COVID-19 “new normal.”
Carmine J. Pellosie, DO, MPH, MBA
Chief, Division of Occupational Medicine
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Keely J. Collins, Esq.
King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul, LLC
Chair of the Employment Practice Group
This presentation covers both the legal and medical considerations you should be factoring into your policies during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. There is an extensive Q&A session with employers.
Our new program is designed for employers who want to provide their employees with an integrative approach to weight management. Worth the Weight, developed by a registered dietitian and board-certified health and wellness coach addresses the fundamentals of successful behavior change associated with weight management. Unlike some other programs, Worth the Weight is not prescriptive, but aims to put participants in the driver seat of their own weight management journey.
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*Available to organizations within a 30-mile radius of Allentown, PA
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one employee using tobacco costs employers an additional $6,000 annually in the form of decreased productivity, increased sick time and higher health care costs. Multiply the $6,000 annual average over a population with only a handful of tobacco users and an organization may find itself losing more than $30,000 per year.
Watch our on-demand 30 minute webinar to find out how your company can reclaim revenue that’s going up in smoke.
By participating, you will learn:
· What various costs are associated with employees who use tobacco.
· Why quitting tobacco use can be challenging for your employees.
· How you can support your employees with quitting tobacco.
Health Coach and Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist
Give us 30 minutes to challenge your preconceptions about health coaching. Experts at BeneFIT Corporate Wellness provide a look inside their nationally accredited program that is anything but cookie-cutter. This on-demand webinar identifies the elements of health coaching that lay the foundation for a valuable investment. From interviews and testimonials to statistics on success, you’ll come away with a refreshed perspective on the importance of health coaching to an employee’s overall well-being.
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Kacie Heilman-Miller, CHWC, ISSA-PT, NBC-HWC, Health Coach