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Showing Up: Human Flourishing at Work Through Care and Support

  • 15 May 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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Join us for this special program celebrating International Coaching Week

Presenter: Jen Marr

Date: Wednesday, May 15th at 12:00 PM MT

Amidst a rampant mental health epidemic and quickly evolving workplace landscapes, there’s a new paradigm at play: creating supportive cultures of care and connectedness for more productive — and cohesive — teams. Mental health “is your responsibility” as a leader. For 68% of workers, it impacts their performance on a daily basis. 

Incorporating her innovative, research-backed approach to transformational leadership, Jen Marr’s interactive presentation will focus on fostering the social/relational skills and connections that create and sustain a culture of care in the long term. 

Questions to explore: 

  • Why a focus on “supportive care” as opposed before empathy, self-care, or resilience programs is critical?
  • What is the urgency in fostering cultures of supportive care and teaching leaders to show up in today’s workplace?
  • What is the result and return on investment on cultivating human care and connection in the workplace?
  • What is the framework and what some actionable steps leaders and organizations can take to develop this culture?

About the Presenter

Jen Marr is a Speaker, Founder, CEO and author of Showing Up. She has utilized her 30 years of experience in business, leadership development, and the healthcare industry to research, develop and offer solutions to our current mental health crisis. 

Jen's groundbreaking, innovative work in mental health, crisis response, and social wellbeing brings a new perspective to a field currently dominated by self-care solutions and emotion-based training. She addresses the current Empathy to Action Gap through what she calls The Awkward Zone™. 

Jen is a Top Voice in Leadership on LinkedIn and a member of the Forbes Business Council. Her movement is taking root in notable organizations including CVS Health, the White House Leadership Development, the US Office of Personnel Management, The National Suicide Lifeline, Georgetown University, HCA Healthcare, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, KPMG, Northeastern University, US Department of Labor, USAID, and The New York Office of Mental Health.

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