The next session of the Live Well series, “Civility in the Workplace?” will be held from 11 a.m. to noon, on Thursday, Feb. 1, in the Allied Health Professions Building.
The program will be presented by SLU’s Employee Assistance provider, ComPsych, and will center on ways to understand the rise in incivility in the workplace today and give suggestions for exerting self-control and avoiding engaging in uncivil behaviors. This workshop will help participants explore why people become defensive, deliver tips for knowing when a person’s “hot button” has been pushed and how to accept and integrate useful criticism. The training will also instruct through examples and/or role plays.
Registration is available here.
Live Well is part of the Employee Wellness program for SLU employees. Live Well is facilitated through Human Resources with the purpose of addressing personal, spiritual, and financial well-being. Speakers include SLUCare physicians, faculty, staff, and outside partners who volunteer to share their expertise. Sessions are intended to be educational and interactive with audience participation. Attendees are eligible to receive 35 Vitality Points for attending a session.