How “Quiet Firing” Contributes to a Toxic Work Culture
February 22 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
via Zoom Video Conferencing
1.5 Category I CEUs
Dr. LaDonna Stone, Industrial Organizational Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Many people may be familiar with the term “quiet quitting,” a concerning workplace trend that has gained recognition since the COVID-19 pandemic. A lesser-known issue, if not more problematic, is the workplace trend of “quiet firing.” This training will focus on how leader behaviors contribute to employees quitting and provide participants with tools for identifying and preventing “quiet firing.”
This program will benefit human service professionals, psychologists, social workers, supervisors, managers, and anyone interested in organizational leadership and employee development.
As a result of this training, participants will:
- Learn how to define, identify, and prevent “Quiet Quitting” and “Quiet Firing”
- Discuss implications of these two prevalent workplace trends
- Review the ways in which leadership behaviors and workplace management contribute to employees’ organizational commitment and turnover
General Public: $37.50
Jewish Day School Educators / JCS Retirees: $30.00
JCS Staff, Board & Advisory Council Members, Staff of Associated Agencies: FREE
Jewish Community Services is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to sponsor Continuing Education for social workers (psychologists and licensed professional counselors). Jewish Community Services maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Funding for this series is made possible by a grant from The Kolker-Saxon-Hallock Family Foundation.