19 June at 12:00pm-12:45pm

Navigating Grief in the Workplace - Webinar

Date: Wednesday 19 June
Time: 12:00pm-12:45pm
Location: Online - Zoom

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Join us for an insightful webinar on addressing grief in the workplace. Grief is a natural response to loss, yet navigating it within a professional setting can be complex and challenging. In this session, we will explore strategies for creating a compassionate and supportive environment for employees experiencing grief.

Presented in collaboration with industry experts, this webinar delves into the profound impact of grief within the workplace. Discover how organisations can cultivate psychologically safe environments by providing essential support to employees coping with grief-related challenges.


Key Topics Covered:

  • Understanding the impact of grief on individuals and teams
  • Best practices for supporting grieving employees in the workplace
  • Developing empathy and communication skills for managers and colleagues
  • Promoting resilience and fostering a culture of care


Key Takeaways:

  • Gain insights into the different manifestations of grief and their impact on workplace dynamics.
  • Acquire practical tools and strategies to support colleagues and employees through the grieving process.
  • Learn effective communication techniques to engage with grieving individuals sensitively and compassionately.
  • Discover methods for promoting resilience and creating a workplace culture that acknowledges and addresses grief.


Who Should Attend:

HR professionals, managers, team leaders, and anyone interested in fostering a supportive workplace culture.

Register now to secure your spot and take a proactive step toward enhancing employee wellbeing and inclusivity.



Faith Holloway, Hospice UK: As the Compassionate Employers Programme Lead, Faith and her team support over 160,000 employees in coping with grief, caring for loved ones, and managing serious illnesses while working.

More speakers to be confirmed.

About the Host:

The Lord Mayor's Appeal is committed to building A Better City for All through its strategic pillars of Inclusive, Healthy, Skilled, and Fair. Through initiatives like This Is Me, we strive to eradicate the stigma surrounding mental health in the workplace and promote holistic wellbeing. For more information about the This is Me programme and access to free workplace wellbeing resources, register for the This is Me Resource Hub.


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