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wed-being-there-grief Wednesday 8-9:15pm ET What it can mean to "be there" for grieving colleagues Death and loss are as much a part of life as birth and weddings, yet many organizations lack policies, etiquette, or norms for when someone in their organization is grieving. In this session, we'll tackle ideas for creating policies and norms that could benefit someone faced with death or loss. We'll create a volunteer "sad people board" (of people who have experienced / are experiencing grief) to share feedback about how those ideas would have been welcome or unhelpful for them personally, highlighting that there's often no one right answer to any of this. You will walk away feeling empowered to encourage change within your organization and more confident personally about how to express support for those who lose a loved one. Julia Haslanger, Chris Keller       75 minutes       wed-8pm   2020-07-15T20:00:00 2020-07-15T21:15:00 America/New_York srccon-2020/wed-being-there-grief
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