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Preventing Compassion Fatigue through Strategic Affirmation and Resilience Training

Preventing Compassion Fatigue through Strategic Affirmation and Resilience Training

Just announced a free, educational webinar and you are invited! 

Public safety is a stressful profession by nature. Every day you are faced with emotionally challenging decisions that can be adrenaline-taxing and heart-wrenching. Make sure you are aware of Compassion Fatigue as it can impact you and your organization. Join us for a free, educational webinar! March, 14th 1:00 PM EST

Register today. Even if you cannot attend, you will receive the recording.

Learn to:

• Recognize Compassion Fatigue and factors that increase your employees’ risk
• Explore how Positive Recognition can help prevent Compassion Fatigue
• Discover how Guardian Tracking empowers leaders to deliver Positive Recognition
• Understand how employee screening and training can reduce their risk and boost resilience and retention

Jim Marshall, Director of 911 Training Institute
Jim Marshall, M.A. 

 

Jim Marshall is the Director of the 911 Training Institute specializing in educating emergency dispatchers and other responders in personal stress resilience and mastery of calls involving suicide and mental illness. Building on 25 years of clinical practice, his training fosters the psychological well-being of telecommunicators and equips them for optimal response to high-risk callers. Jim is Co-Editor of The Resilient 9-1-1 Professional: A Comprehensive Guide to Surviving & Thriving Together in the 9-1-1 Center (Amazon). He has served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Emergency Dispatch and as Co-chair of the NENA Working Group that produced the industry’s first Standard on Acute/Traumatic and Chronic Stress. He also served as the Chair/CEO of the 911 Wellness Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to fostering the well-being of 9-1-1 professionals through research, education, policy and intervention.

 

 

 

 

 

Lt. Mike Reed, ret., co-founder of Guardian Tracking
Lt. Mike Reed, (ret.)

Lt. Mike Reed (ret.) retired from the Anderson (IN) Police Department with more than thirty-one years of service. Over twenty of those years included supervising and managing employee performance of police personnel. For several years, Mike was an assessor for the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Mike is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corps as well as a graduate of the FBI National Academy.

 

 

 

Register today  Space is limited!