When the Southeastern Employment and Training Association issued a “Call for Workshop Proposals” for the SETA 2021 Fall Conference, Joseph L. Seymour, KRA Managing Director, Operational Excellence, answered the call with proposals for two workshops that he has presented to hundreds of industry professionals at national and regional workforce-services conferences.
On September 8, Mr. Seymour facilitated Trauma-Informed Care for Workforce Development Professionals at the 2021 Meeting of the Minds in Monterey Conference, and on September 21, 10:45-11:45 am, will re-present this informative and engaging “signature” seminar at the AlabamaWorks 2021 Virtual Conference as a Keynote Session Featured Presenter.
For a SETA Pre-Conference Session on September 26, 1:00-3:30 pm, Mr. Seymour will once again discuss Trauma-Informed Care in various service-based fields. As a bonus, this particular presentation incorporates material from another popular workshop, EQ is the New IQ: Emotional Intelligence for Workforce Professionals, and explores ways that practitioners can utilize principles of emotional intelligence in trauma-informed care services.
On September 28, 11:30 am-12:30 pm, Mr. Seymour will present From Co-Workers to Community: Building High-Performing Teams in the Post Pandemic Workplace, about which he stated, “As we slowly begin settling into our new normal, workforce development leaders are faced with the challenge of re-connecting and re-building our teams. After working remotely for over a year, it will take intentionality and strategic leadership to remove the barriers that physical and social distancing has created in our teams and organizations.”
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