Carlton Carpenter, Death Care Professional, is taking on the misunderstood topic of grief by helping organizations create compassionate and grief-informed workplace cultures.
Grief in the workplace can be difficult to deal with if the organization does not have a support system in place. Many organizations lack the information, training, and best practices needed to effectively respond when death affects their workplace. Every individual responds to the grief caused by the death of a loved one differently and hence there cannot be a one-size-fits-all approach to help such individuals navigate through this period of intense distress.
Grief-related emotions resulting from the coronavirus pandemic are heightened and will definitely spill over into the workplace. A professionally managed organization will not be able to allow death to affect its business activities in terms of services offered or customer expectations. Offering the From Grief to Gratitude Workplace Grief Workshop, Carlton helps such organizations find the balance and flow between being compassionately supportive of the individual or affected persons and minimizing any disruption to the workplace.
Carlton Carpenter says, “Even as a death care professional, there is no training on how to handle a grieving family. We are taught to sell, move that bottom line. The grieving process can be extremely complicated, and one has to understand how sensitive this process can be. Educating corporate America in this area is critical.”
Studies indicate that grieving employees don’t feel supported at work immediately following a death and in the weeks and months afterwards. According to Dora Carpenter, Founder of the Institute of Professional Grief Coaching, “The way an organization responds to an employee grieving a loss can have deep and long-term implications among their workforce.”
The From Grief to Gratitude Workplace Grief Workshop offers information that can help create a compassionate workplace culture, maintain an engaged workforce, boost employee morale, reduce death-related financial losses, and also work positively for the organization in terms of loyalty, productivity, and employee retention.
If you would like Carlton Carpenter to offer your organization a workshop or provide additional grief coaching support services, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Institute of Professional Grief Coaching:
The Institute of Professional Grief Coaching was founded by Dora Carpenter, the brains behind the From Grief to Gratitude Coach Certification Program. The program is aimed at training and certifying grief coaches who can help grieving individuals go from pain to peace, heartbreak to happiness, and grief to gratitude in the shortest time possible.
For more information on the Workplace Grief Workshop, visit https://www.fromgrieftogratitude.com/workplace-grief
Company Name: Institute of Professional Grief Coaching
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