Negativity is pervasive to today's workforce culture. We've all had moments when we disagree with a coworker, but far too often these moments change the course of our day and how we interact with others. As constant change triggers increased stress and anxiety in the workplace, how can employers not only prevent the spread of negativity, but transform the shift to positivity as an opportunity for a more inclusive and collaborative team?
Learn the proven strategies that mitigate employee differences while increasing employee engagement. Hear from Dr. Andrew Shatté as he shares the science and data that proves the power of resilience in protecting your culture. You'll learn:
How employees interact with each other based on their resilience personality
The data that proves the power of social support
Actionable takeaways to build a more resilient workforce and culture
What is a network effect? Information and sentiment spread quickly through social networks at work and beyond. A relatively small number of incidents can change the environment in a workplace quickly, sending people into counterproductive loops of fear and anxiety which grow and are reinforced socially.