Manager Support

Management support to help your staff thrive

Creating a safe and productive environment where staff is enthusiastic about their work is a common goal for managers and supervisors. Your program provides a variety of services and resources to support you, and your staff, in this effort. You can benefit from confidential consultations on how to handle a performance issue, leadership training, learning how to support staff during traumatic events and much more.

Monthly live webinars are recorded and posted within five days after the event, along with the webinar PowerPoint presentation and any supporting materials or handouts. 

Click on the “Learning Center” tab above to visit the full library of recorded webinars, download slides, handouts and transcripts.

Click here to download the Manager's Program Guide for more information.
Click here to download the "Options in Learning" Training Guide.
Click here to download Individual Customer Webinar Trainings - Quick Reference Guide.


Register for the upcoming manager webinars or play the recording and download the materials for manager webinars that have taken place. 


2023 Manager Webinars (Live webinars are now 45 minutes or less

Wednesday, March 22 (Manager)
Register Here: Self-care Awareness: Practicing what you Preach

Wednesday, June 28 (Manager)
Register Here: Helping Staff Find Joy at Work

Wednesday, September 27 (Manager)
Register Here: Promoting Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Wednesday, December 6 (Manager)
Register Here: Emotional Wellbeing for Leaders


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