Spring and Summer 2021 Virtual Training Series

Spring and Summer 2021 Virtual Training Series

We will be hosting free EAP Spring and Summer 2021 Virtual Trainings March through August. All sessions are free and available to state employees. Before planning to attend, employees should ensure supervisor’s approval.

Advanced registration is not required. To view and listen to the live trainings, click on the links below on the day of the event and, if asked, enter the event password and/or access code. Trainings will be recorded and available on the website approximately two to three weeks after the live event. To access the recordings, slideshows and handouts following the trainings, visit the homepage, under Explore Services, click on the program tile for Webinars and Workshops.      

Follow these instructions and resources to successfully join the upcoming trainings:

  1. Click here for a link and instructions on how to join a specific test Webex Event.
  2. Here are the generic instructions for various ways to join any Webex Event.
  3. If the two previous steps fail, here are some troubleshooting tips.

If all else fails, simply join the session by phone. Dial the phone number provided in the invitation and, when prompted, enter the Access Code (Meeting Number).

 

Sessions offered:

 

Employee Orientation 


Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
This training is designed to familiarize employees and management with their EAP benefits, including their scope, purpose, and value, as well as how to access services.

Link to live training: bit.ly/2NLyzg8

Event number: 132 846 2426

Event password: RieQnaQS248

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 846 2426

 
Supervisor Orientation 


Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
The presentation begins with an overview of counseling and consultation services, followed by Management Consultation services and the formal supervisor referral process.

Link to live training: bit.ly/2OSQi5M

Event number: 132 593 5221

Event password: CJuDJTJQ623

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 593 5221


Daily Stress, Balance and Work-Life Survival Guide

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
As we go through our daily juggles, balance is something we all want, but many of us struggle to achieve. Often, the struggle to find balance stems from a lack of clarity in what’s truly important to us and how we spend our time. In this training, participants will personally define balance, discuss the influence of values and roles on balance, and examine how current roles align with their values. Participants will also learn life hacks to simplify their lives to allow more time to focus on what’s most important to them.

Link to live training: bit.ly/3saoyYB

Event number: 132 762 2217

Event password: mPwZufrX223

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 762 2217

 

Successfully Navigating Challenging and Difficult Relationships

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
Relationships are an integral part of our personal and work lives and can be very enriching. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Some relationships can be a source of anxiety, stress, and negativity. In this training, participants will explore their own challenging and difficult relationships; learn practical strategies, techniques, and resources to improve those situations; and identify a personal action plan.

Link to live training: bit.ly/3dtZp6Y

Event number: 132 926 0707

Event password: bKYpmvZW322

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 926 0707

 

Making the Transition from Individual Contributor to Leader

Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
Being promoted to a manager or supervisor can be an exciting time. It can also be challenging Often this is because new leaders fail to gain a full understanding of the shift from being a co-worker to a leader. This seminar is specifically designed for new supervisors or managers. New leaders will explore the role shift from being an individual contributor to a leader; identify the traits of effective leaders; learn three simple steps to help get started leading effectively, and receive resource information to develop leadership skills further.

Link to live training: bit.ly/3uhgvuM

Event number: 132 447 4110

Event password: GiKmUUKa493

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 447 4110

 

Conquering Workplace Stress

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (PT)
Stress is an inevitable and necessary part of life. When job pressures match our abilities and resources, stress helps to motivate us to achieve our goals. However, when we have difficulty managing our stressors it affects our ability to be productive and may start to impact our emotional health, relationships and home life. In this training, participants will learn the common causes of workplace stress and techniques to manage these stressors.

Link to live training: bit.ly/3qzUjtG

Event number: 132 170 8206

Event password: 5jMdgGNmb29

Dial-in information: +1-408-418-9388 // Access code: 132 170 8206

 

A Guide to Teleworking for the Remote Employee

Date, time and access information forthcoming

There are many benefits to teleworking. When done properly it can decrease employee stress while increasing productivity and morale. While there are definite advantages to teleworking, it’s important for an employee to prepare for this transition. In this training, employees will explore potential benefits of working remotely and discuss strategies to help successfully adapt to teleworking.

 

The Manager’s Guide to Supervising Remote Employees

Date, time and access information forthcoming

Supervising employees who work at remote locations can pose a unique set of circumstances. Though, when done properly, it can decrease employee stress and increase productivity and morale. In this training, you will learn how to shift your thinking related to managing remote workers, ways to measure performance, and how to maintain an effective working relationship with te