You’ve heard of quiet quitting, the great resignation, and all the other trendy buzzwords created to describe the same thing: dissatisfied employees. After the COVID-19 pandemic, people were burnt out. Employees quit in herds seeking different opportunities, safer working conditions, and simply, better treatment. Building a healthy workplace requires HR leaders to evaluate and address the hidden employee experience, including the emotional and psychological needs of their organization.
To discuss the importance of promoting psychological safety and empathy in the workplace, we hosted Dr. Jennifer Fairweather, Chief Human Resources Officer at Jefferson County. In this HR at the Table webinar, we explored:
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Jennifer Fairweather is currently the Chief Human Resources Officer for Jefferson County, Colorado, and a Founding Partner of Dwennimmen Leadership Consulting. She is also an Affiliate Professor with Regis University where she facilitates undergraduate and graduate courses for the Anderson School of Business and Computing. Jennifer has over 25 years of experience in both public sector and private sector human resources in addition to leadership experience in finance and human services.
Jennifer received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado, a Master of Arts in Human Resources Development from Webster University, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Johnson & Wales University. She also has her IPMA-SCP, SHRM-SCP, PHR, as well as a Certificate in Professional Training and she is a Certified Executive Coach (CEC). Jennifer has facilitated sessions for local and national forums on leadership, human resources, and diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. Jennifer is the current Past President of the PSHRA, serves on the board of the Second Chance Center, and is a working group member for the Society for Women's Health Research.
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