Coaching Works. Even star athletes use coaches and consulting firms to help them reach a higher level of performance. Because your leaders are your company's most important asset, an investment in their development will yield positive returns for your organization. We have over 20 years experience coaching leaders in a variety of industries.
The FreshSteps™ Program is trauma and neuroscience-informed and evidence based. Our program has decreased participant school absences by 31% and behavioral write-ups by 47%. Our students commit to goals they set and work with their support team to achieve them. As a result, our students gain the resources they need to make positive choices and succeed in school.
Our program can:
• Strengthen social skills and self-esteem
• Develop self-control and manage anger
• Improve attendance and academic engagement
• Decrease conflict with family members, teachers and peers
• Heal from traumatic effects of abuse
First Responders are trained to respond to natural disasters, medical emergencies, fires and crimes. They are routinely exposed to traumatic events in the course of their duties. Psychological trauma in the form of acute stress (short periods of high levels of stress) and chronic stress (prolonged periods of stress) is an occupational hazard routinely faced by First Responders. Stressed and burned out workers are more likely to be unhealthy, poorly motivated, and less productive.
Neuroscience-informed evidenced based
Our Program Objectives:
Specific P.O.W.E.R. Strategies addressed in the training are:
P Reset your Perspective using our ReFraming Therapy Program to remove the emotional effects of chronic traumatic stress
O Observe yourself with a daily scan to become mindful of the effects of stress on the body, your attitude and your behavior
W Identify the "WIN" in each service engagement
E Exercise to rid the body of the physical effects of stress and trauma
R Rest the mind and body with meditation and calming techniques
The Resiliency P.O.W.E.R. Program for First Responders can be adjusted to meet the needs of each individual agency, department, or hospital.