Her 30-40 minute PowerPoint Presentation, followed by an optional 20-minute conversational forum, introduces audiences to the concept of SHD, its causes and remedies and the role SHD prevention can play in helping companies reduce bottom line costs. This program can be directed towards HR Managers, Supervisors, EAP Directors, Employee Health Benefits Managers or other members of the Leadership team, as well as employees-at-large audiences.
Lisa’s two-hour PowerPoint Presentation with built in conversational forums expands on her introductory program, providing more detail on the tools employees can use to self-elect change – whether they are the one coping with SHD or the one causing it. This program can be directed towards HR Managers, Supervisors, EAP Directors, Employee Health Benefits Managers or other members of the Leadership team, as well as employees-at-large audiences.
Lisa’s daylong program is specifically for HR Managers, Supervisors, EAP Directors, Employee Health Benefits Managers and other members of the Leadership team to help them understand how SHD-Prevention can be incorporated across departments as an integral part of company culture for its contribution to employee success and company bottom line savings.
Your choice – check out Lisa’s blog post, “Solution to Reduce Workplace Impacts of Alcohol Misuse | Secondhand Drinking” for an example of an online training program she designed and has recently licensed the use of to a major city Police Department.
Lisa Frederiksen’s presentation was fascinating and jam-packed with useful information about how alcohol/drug use and abuse affects the brain at various developmental stages. She has a wonderful ability to translate scientific data into cogent, easily-understood, compelling information that is useful to people dealing with alcohol/drug use in their work or personal lives. I learned a lot, including practical tips on how to deal with clients who are facing these issues with loved ones. She is a dynamic presenter who injects humor and insight into a tough subject. Family Law Attorney attending “Alcohol and Divorce: New Brain Research, New Science-Based Answers, New Possibilities for Settlement and Custody Issues,” San Mateo County Bar Association Family Law Section