2021 Action Planning for Post-Traumatic Growth

Webinar Series

Presented by Dr. Christina Coidakis-Barss

On-Demand Webinar

Congratulations on being resilient through 2020 with a global pandemic, recession, and social unrest! As we begin 2021, how might our organizations emerge from mass-scale crisis and thrive? January is the time of new beginnings. Let go of 2020 and embrace 2021 through Organizational Action Planning in the third webinar in our series. 

The Post Traumatic Growth: Organizational Transformation series has explored the concepts of Mass Scale Crisis, Organizational Trauma, Resilience, Trauma Informed Communication, and Post-Traumatic Growth. We have also explored individual life-long resilience learning journeys, from preschool to post-graduate to career skills. 

In this highly interactive webinar, we explore how Design Thinking supports a Post Traumatic Growth mindset. Together, we learn how psychological safety enables individuals and teams to look beyond getting back to normal, and embrace the "newest now" with ways to strengthen organizational resilience building. 

In this webinar, we explore...

  • Design Thinking and how it supports a growth mindset
  • How to strengthen organizational resilience building 
  • How to enable individuals and teams to plan a successful 2021
  • Understanding and identifying organizational trauma
  • Action planning for Post-Traumatic Growth


Meet Our Webinar Panelist

Dr. Christina Coidakis-Barss | HR, Learning, and Organizational Change Expert


Dr. Coidakis-Barss is an experienced executive, coach, professor, and researcher. Her sweet spot is building systems that support, engage and inspire cultures with measurable and sustained results. As a change management expert, she's lead initiatives empowering employees to understand and adopt shifts in their current environment. Dr. Barss' research studies have focused on how to standardize safety, quality and service in diverse teams. Her findings yielded insights how goals, location, communication and relationships impact team efficacy.