Business leaders must address not only the professional context of their employees’ lives but also what employees are experiencing at a personal level. In today’s social climate, leaders are expected to speak out about major news events, even when speaking up feels scary. When tragedy occurs, and you aren’t sure what to do, our guidebook offers five practical actions and steps to accomplish each one.
From creating a safe environment for your team to engaging in positive conversations, we explain how to help your employees process the tragic event. We also explain the importance of setting boundaries, helping your team connect with mental health professionals, and caring for your own wellbeing too.