The Power of Resilience at Skagit 911
February 12 - February 13
Join Adam for this energetic and insightful 4-hour training class filled with proven action steps and perspectives to help you thrive in your 9-1-1 career.
There will be three 4-hour training classes over the 2 days. Contact Skagit 911 for registration and more info.
Working in 9-1-1 can be challenging, with vicarious trauma, long hours and difficult callers the norm. It takes a personal leadership approach to thrive in this profession. Research shows that 9-1-1 professionals who prioritize their resilience embody this approach. They are happier on the job, feel more confident in the role, and make a bigger impact through their work. This presentation offers stories from the best comm centers around the country, and underscores the importance of resilience at both the personal and organizational level.
-Understand the underlying cause of work-related vicarious trauma
-Identify 3 specific ways you can prioritize your personal success
-Learn how to limit both your work stress and home stress and feel better
-Bring these tools and perspectives into your work day