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Resilience: the Antidote to Stress

May 23, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Creating Great Places to Work Series

We all play a role in the culture of our workplace, or what it is like to work where we work. People in sanctioned leadership roles (i.e. heads of organizations, managers and supervisors) have a particular impact on the health and well-being of a workplace. In this series of workshops, we look at a few different elements that affect the culture of an organization…and we teach lots of practical tools to make our workplaces even better than they are. Participants can come to as many or as few as they like. Although we weave the thread of Creating Great Places to Work throughout, each workshop stands on its own.

Resilience: The Antidote to Stress

(workshop 4 of 4 in the Creating Great Places to Work series)

Resilience is to Stress what the Immune System is to Illness…it won’t prevent you from experiencing it, but it can lessen the impact and frequency. Why do some people seem to be more resilient, better able to “bounce back” after a difficulty? Can you increase your own resilience? Yes! Boosting resilience is a classic “simple but not easy” process, and it is 100% possible. The stronger our resilience the better we are able to let go of everyday annoyances, learn to discern what we can versus cannot control, and put our energy into healthy changes. If you feel stressed out by work and/or life in general this workshop can help you. Participants will take away practical tools to use immediately in any corner of their lives.

Other workshops in this series:

Feb 28: Workplace Culture: Creating Healthy & Positive Places to Work

March 28: How to Talk & Listen: Effective Communication at Work

April 25: Performance Feedback: The “Secret Sauce” for A Great Place to Work

May 23 Resilience: The Antidote to Stress

About the Instructors

Jennifer Jacobs (Human Resource & Management Consultant, EAP Counselor, Workshop Facilitator)

Jennifer owns and manages THRIVEeap. She lived in Windham County for most of her life and has a deep connection to the community. In 2014 she took over the former practice, Consultants for Workplace and Family Health, and transformed it into THRIVEeap. Jennifer very intentionally chose the word “thrive” for the work that the company does. She firmly believes that with the right resources, support, and opportunities, anyone can “flourish, grow, and prosper.” She is committed to helping others do just that by increasing access to mental health support through Employee Assistance and making places of work the best they can be.

Karen Blumberg (Lead Workshop Facilitator, EAP Counselor)

As an experienced workshop facilitator, Karen brings great joy and passion to helping individuals and teams learn and grow. She helps identify how Learning & Development can address key needs within an organization and create a comprehensive plan to extend learning beyond a workshop. As a seasoned mental health clinician she also provides knowledgeable and compassionate support to employees when they are experiencing something distressful.


May 23, 2018
8:30 am - 10:00 am


Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
(603) 352-5063
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Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
25 Roxbury Street
Keene, NH 03431 United States
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