Trauma-Informed Line Management
Building and sustaining trauma-informed organisations and line management.
- Starts 2 DecStarts 2 Dec
- 65 British pounds£65
- Online via Zoom
This workshop is designed to give whole teams and / or management teams the opportunity to consider what the principle of being trauma-informed means in practice and reflect on the extent to which their organisation is trauma informed throughout its structure, processes and service. What will we cover: - Considering what trauma informed means and defining the principle as aspirational. - Considering power dynamics within organisations and teams. - Exploring different models of trauma-informed practice. - Create a definition of what we mean by trauma-informed for our organisation. - Considering trauma-informed principles and considering what they mean from a line management perspective. - Considering our history with authority (ours and the people we line manage as well as our own line manager). - Applying trauma-informed values and ethic to all areas of our work. - Where are we getting it right more of the time? Where could we improve – as individuals and as a collective. - Managing processes and procedures in a trauma-informed way – what values can we bring to those discussions? - Being a survivor of trauma in a line management position. - Being a line manager to staff members who carry their own trauma (which they may or may not disclose to us). - Being a line manager in an organisation for traumatised people.