Emotional Intelligence for Rehabilitation

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What is this webinar about?

Hear from Danielle Mik, author of THRIVE and suite of related emotional intelligence, resilience and trauma management programs for injured workers, rehabilitation providers, employers and insurers based on tools, techniques and theory developed with Swinburne University. Click here see more about these programs.

Danielle is a business leader with over 30 years experience in Workers' Compensation, OH&S, Workplace Risk Management, Human Resources and Training.

Attendees will learn:

  • The importance of emotional intelligence in rehabilitation
  • Strategies for recognising and understanding emotions
  • Strategies for managing and controlling emotions
  • The Impact of trauma on worklessness
  • How to identify faulty thinking patterns
  • Stress management strategies
  • Tools for positive thinking
  • How to use emotional intelligence to improve leadership

The Speaker

Danielle is an experienced Injury Management, WHS, Cultural Change and Training professional with more than 25 year's experience in Injury Management and WHS.

She has successfully provided comprehensive advice to insurers in claims practices and RTW strategies to achieve best practice return to work outcomes. She specialises in long term tail and psychological claim resolution, reducing long term claim liabilities while increasing positive return to work outcomes and worker experience.

Danielle is the Author of THRIVE and its sister EI programs. These programs develop emotional intelligence skills and provide practical strategies to manage the effects of trauma in individuals, their families and other stakeholders.

Her leadership and business management abilities have seen her appointed to state regulatory working parties, a position on the National Executive Committee for the Australian Society of Rehabilitation Consultants (ASORC), achieving finalist status in the 2009 Telstra Women's Business Awards.

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