NPI Spring Workshop
Monday, March 27, 2017
9:00am – 4:30pm
Methow Valley United Methodist, Twisp
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
9:00am – 4:30pm
Pybus Public Market, Wenatchee
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$15 Registration Fee (includes lunch)
This event is open to the public – you do not have to be affiliated with a nonprofit to attend
Compassion fatigue is the result of working among intense problems in our communities and experience trauma exposure response. Witnessing the hardship of others is a normal part of work for many nonprofit professionals, and presents challenges to emotional and physical well-being.
This workshop addresses resiliency-building techniques to effectively manage compassion fatigue in a way that supports a healthy work culture. It includes tactical coaching, immediate opportunities to practice skills, and help developing a long-term plan for sustained well-being.
Most importantly, this workshop isn’t just about compassion fatigue and how the symptoms present themselves – it is also about what you can do now, in specific behavioral terms, to become resilient and thrive.
This workshop provides tactical coaching, immediate opportunities to practice skills, and helps you develop a long-term plan for sustained well-being.
This workshop is a beginning. You will gain insight into yourself and how you think, what is most meaningful to you in your work, and how you can positively influence yourself in any context.
- Increase self-awareness
- Understand the symptoms and signs of trauma exposure response.
- Understand the concept of Locus of Control and be able to distinguish between internal locus and external locus.
- Learn the difference between the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system.
- Cultivate a non-anxious presence by learning and practicing specific techniques that help move you from an anxious state (in the sympathetic nervous system) to being a non-anxious presence (in the parasympathetic nervous system).
- Understand the Ladder of Inference (as developed by Chris Argyris) as a way of understanding one’s own interpretive lens.
- Learn the Interpersonal Gap model and practice leading with intention.
- Practice self-validation.
- Create a plan for meaningful and sustained self-care.
About the Facilitator
Lauren Glickman founded FORAY Consulting & Associates in 2007 out of a commitment to work with those dedicated to inspired missions. Her specialty is addressing resiliency building, trauma exposure response, and self-management in the face of high-intensity environments. Lauren helps individuals and groups build resiliency and develop sustainable methods of self-care so that dedicated people can thrive over the long term. With over 20 years of experience as a trainer and facilitator, she is committed to empowering individuals, teams, and organizations.
Lauren brings practical experience, knowledge and training to her work. After completing a B.A. in geography from Clark University, she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua and worked with rural farmers implementing agro-forestry techniques to prevent soil erosion. Upon returning to the United States, she began her work as the Volunteer Program Manager at the wildlife rehabilitation center at the Progressive Animal Welfare Society. Lauren went on to earn a M.A. in Applied Behavioral Sciences with a focus on leadership development, training, facilitation, coaching, and conflict management in organizations. Lauren spent five years as the Executive Director of Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project until she began working as a consultant full time.
Lauren has served as a board member and the Chair of the Fundraising Committee for the Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest and as a board member and the Chair of the Board Development Committee for Crooked Trails. She currently sits on the board of Animals Asia Foundation USA.
This event is generously sponsored by