Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Changes in the Workplace Randi RauhTyler. Do you balance work and home? NO ONE can completely separate business and family. NO ONE can completely separate.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Changes in the Workplace Randi RauhTyler. Do you balance work and home? NO ONE can completely separate business and family. NO ONE can completely separate."— Presentation transcript:

1 Changes in the Workplace Randi RauhTyler

2 Do you balance work and home? NO ONE can completely separate business and family. NO ONE can completely separate business and family. NO ONE can balance a personal life with a business life. NO ONE can balance a personal life with a business life. NO ONE lives in a vacuum. NO ONE lives in a vacuum. NO ONE exists without relationships with both co-workers and family members. NO ONE exists without relationships with both co-workers and family members. CHANGES EFFECT BOTH CHANGES EFFECT BOTH

3 WHY DO WE DRAW TREES Can you answer the question? Because they are Ys

4 Everywhere you have one Y you have another, little at the top, big at the bottom!

5 Forest and the Trees You may have heard the expression, you cant see the forest for the trees? In changes in the workplace, you cant find YOU because of the Ys

6 You will never get answers to all the Ys YOUYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPASTPRESENTFUTURE

7 PAST Ys I should have I should have Present Ys I would have I would have Future Ys I could have I could have

8 SHOULDA, WOULDA, COULDA You will never change the past, present or future with what you should have, would have, or could have done. You will never change the past, present or future with what you should have, would have, or could have done. WHAT CAN YOU CHANGE?

9 YOU!

10 What are the changes? Long term illness of an employee Long term illness of an employee Illness of a family member (especially a child) Illness of a family member (especially a child) Accidents Accidents Death Death Stress Stress Automation Automation Moving Moving Birth Birth Divorce Divorce Promotion Promotion Fired Fired Retirement Retirement Anything that affects your personal life! Anything that affects your personal life!

11 Why do these PERSONAL changes effect BUSINESS? Changes in your employee always affect performance. Changes in your employee always affect performance. They affect the amount of time doing a job. They affect the amount of time doing a job. They affect how well the job is done. They affect how well the job is done. The bottom line is, they affect the bottom line! The bottom line is, they affect the bottom line!

12 What is Grief? Grief is the normal response to change. Grief is the normal response to change. Change indicates a loss of the known and the future of the unknown. Change indicates a loss of the known and the future of the unknown. It is a loss of control over the circumstances. It is a loss of control over the circumstances. Can you go through grief during a happy change? YES Can you go through grief during a happy change? YES

13 What are the stages of grief? Shock - Denial - Guilt – Anger - Acceptance Shock: The numb time, when you can do everything or nothing. A dreamlike state, infused with suffering. Acting on instinct, automatic pilot, and ultimately not really believing that the loss is real.

14 Denial: This is the time when you most often say, this is not real, its all a bad dream. Many will come to the conclusion its all some conspiracy, that the person did not really die, they may even think they have seen them. If you stay in DENIAL, you only LIE to YOURSELF!

15 Guilt: all the shoulda, woulda, couldas come to mind. If I would have done this, I should have said this, I could have changed things. Most of these feelings come from the unanswered Why, the why me? Why am I alone? Sometimes a little bargaining is added here, I promise to give up ___ if only _____.

16 Anger: many times the anger will surface towards others, when the true fact is you feel you have been cheated, and your real anger is at the supreme being who planned all this death. Anger for some lasts longer if the death was caused violently, or a legal proceeding continues. There seems to be crying, depression and self punishment. Agony over unanswered questions and loneliness. Unresolved Grief is mostly made up of ANGER!

17 Acceptance: Realization that you are alive, redefining, refocusing, setting new goals. This all occurs at a snails pace. Slowly but surely strength is found to deal with the hurts. Recovery is built a little at a time, and with the help of empathic people to encourage you when you grow discouraged or weary. Finding the NEW you after the CHANGE!

18 The cost of Dying Each day in the United States, 6,694 people die. For the survivors of the deceased the average cost of the funeral is $8, This leaves four to five family members little resource to consult a physician or professional to help deal with their grief. Each day in the United States, 6,694 people die. For the survivors of the deceased the average cost of the funeral is $8, This leaves four to five family members little resource to consult a physician or professional to help deal with their grief.

19 Number of deaths: 2,443,387 Number of deaths: 2,443,387 Death rate: deaths per 100,000 population Death rate: deaths per 100,000 population Life expectancy: 77.3 years Life expectancy: 77.3 years With life expectancy increasing, an aged workforce will experience more change. With life expectancy increasing, an aged workforce will experience more change.

20 Number of deaths for leading causes of death: Heart disease: 696,947 Heart disease: 696,947 Cancer: 557,271 Cancer: 557,271 Stroke: 162,672 Stroke: 162,672 Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 124,816 Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 124,816 Accidents (unintentional injuries): 106,742 Accidents (unintentional injuries): 106,742 Diabetes: 73,249 Diabetes: 73,249 Influenza/Pneumonia: 65,681 Influenza/Pneumonia: 65,681 Alzheimer's disease: 58,866 Alzheimer's disease: 58,866 Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 40,974 Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 40,974 Septicemia: 33,865 Septicemia: 33,865

21 Number of births: 4,021,726 Birth rate: 13.9 per 1,000 population Birth rate: 13.9 per 1,000 population Fertility rate: 64.8 per 1,000 women aged years Fertility rate: 64.8 per 1,000 women aged years Percent born low birth weight: 7.8 Percent born low birth weight: 7.8 Birth rate to unmarried women: Birth rate to unmarried women: 43.7 per 1,000 unmarried women aged years

22 Then and Now One hundred years ago, people within a community were aware of a members grief, they were given outward indicators, by the dressing in black, or an armband that was worn for a year to indicate that they may still be in mourning. Today, people are given three days to deal with a death, make arrangements, and be back at work. One hundred years ago, people within a community were aware of a members grief, they were given outward indicators, by the dressing in black, or an armband that was worn for a year to indicate that they may still be in mourning. Today, people are given three days to deal with a death, make arrangements, and be back at work.

23 Grief – A response to change These people are rushed into a get over it feeling, and not given options to deal with the issues of loss. According to the Mental Health Association, the average for a person in grief is four to five years, not days; this response of grief is sadness, not depression. Not as intense as the initial grief, the sadness can develop into unresolved grief. Unresolved grief can cripple a person emotionally. These people are rushed into a get over it feeling, and not given options to deal with the issues of loss. According to the Mental Health Association, the average for a person in grief is four to five years, not days; this response of grief is sadness, not depression. Not as intense as the initial grief, the sadness can develop into unresolved grief. Unresolved grief can cripple a person emotionally.

24 Support How people obtain support for grief varies depending on the circumstances. Some people may have been a caregiver to the deceased and will have an opportunity to talk to a doctor or hospice worker and be given information on dealing with grief. Some people may have been a caregiver to the deceased and will have an opportunity to talk to a doctor or hospice worker and be given information on dealing with grief. A religious organization, like a church or synagogue, will provide information for those arranging for a memorial service. A religious organization, like a church or synagogue, will provide information for those arranging for a memorial service. Others still will receive information from a funeral home about the possible grief related issues. Others still will receive information from a funeral home about the possible grief related issues.

25 AT WORK How can a company deal with supporting a change in an employees personal life? How can a company deal with supporting a change in an employees personal life? How can a company assist in a change in the companys business? How can a company assist in a change in the companys business? As an individual what can you do? As an individual what can you do?

26 The questions and ys are many, and the answers are: Is time off (leave) the answer ? Is time off (leave) the answer ? What happens to the work? What happens to the work? When does it end? When does it end? Professional help? Professional help? Groups? Groups? Buddy Support? Buddy Support? New Perspectives? New Perspectives?

27 Working Together Assisting someone in a change means making sure the company can survive the change. Assisting someone in a change means making sure the company can survive the change. Clear procedures and policies support change. Clear procedures and policies support change. Creative thinking Creative thinking Empathetic response (not sympathetic) Empathetic response (not sympathetic) Education Education

28 Working through Change Everyone wants to feel that the change they have been through is recognized. They need validation. Everyone wants to feel that the change they have been through is recognized. They need validation. No one wants to feel alone during a change. No one wants to feel alone during a change. Anyone wants to believe they are normal and have a normal response to change. Anyone wants to believe they are normal and have a normal response to change. Changes can be positive, they begin a new cycle of life for those left with the change. Changes can be positive, they begin a new cycle of life for those left with the change.

29 A Company after Change A company can find new avenues of production with change. A company can find new avenues of production with change. They can become stronger financially. They can become stronger financially. If the change helps them to focus on a closer workforce, it strengthens the workforce. If the change helps them to focus on a closer workforce, it strengthens the workforce. Change can bring about enlightenment of procedure through education. Change can bring about enlightenment of procedure through education.

30 An Employee after Change NEGATIVES: NEGATIVES: Emotionally-Can shut down without support. Emotionally-Can shut down without support. Mentally-Can become ineffective on the job. Mentally-Can become ineffective on the job. Physically-Can become ill. Physically-Can become ill. POSITIVES: POSITIVES: Education-Can learn new skills Education-Can learn new skills Spiritually-Find new purpose Spiritually-Find new purpose Emotionally-Learn to handle change effectively Emotionally-Learn to handle change effectively

31 Change for the Better Learn coping skills Learn coping skills Stay current in your field with education. Stay current in your field with education. Discover a creative outlet. Discover a creative outlet. Have a healthy lifestyle. Have a healthy lifestyle. Strengthen your empathetic response to others. Strengthen your empathetic response to others. Share! Share!


Download ppt "Changes in the Workplace Randi RauhTyler. Do you balance work and home? NO ONE can completely separate business and family. NO ONE can completely separate."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google