Coaching Corporate Millennials Through Stress Issues
September 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
When we think about stress in the work place we usually think about dead-lines and assignments. We ignore the stress outside the office and by doing so we ignore the holistic nature of stress. According to AARP Public Policy, 25% of the millennials in the workforce today are caregivers caring for at least one family member. Being a caregiver effects a person’s physical, emotional and mental availability to keep up with work responsibilities. If you are coaching in a corporate environment it is likely that you are already coaching employees and/or executives struggling with additional chronic stress due to the challenges of balancing caregiving and work responsibilities. These issues hold a potential to sabotage the coaching by undermining the client’s ability to achieve goals as well as compromising the sustainability of the client’s achievements. In this webinar you will learn to to recognize, address and coach these issues.
Shiri Ben-Arzi, PCC, PMC
Shiri is a Medical Coach Master trainer, Coaching supervisor, workshop facilitator, NLP Master Practitioner and international lecturer. She is the Founder of MCI – Medical Coaching Institute and is a Medical Coaching Master Trainer. Over the past 15 years, Shiri has worked with international leading pharmaceutical companies, medical organizations and hospitals including: MSD, GSK, TEVA, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, The Israeli ministry of health and many more. Shiri’s vision is to facilitate change in the medical system through Medical Coaching and communicational skills, adherence, resilience and Medical leadership trainings.
Benefits for participants
Understand the effect of being a caregiver on the employee as well as the workplace.
Learn the principles of coaching caregivers and how to integrate them into life/business/executive coaching.
Learn the principles of Radical Resilience in the face of health disruptions.