Manage Right - Divorce Awareness and Sensitivity training

Our goal is to help you intervene early

Divorce Awareness & Sensitivity Training
Divorce Awareness & Sensitivity Training

We educate your team about the complexities and challenges an employee may be facing during divorce, and provide solutions, recommendations, and resources for employees going through this traumatic life event. The sooner we intervene with the support they need, the sooner they can thrive at work as a focused and productive employee.

Creating a culture of support for the 5% of your employees going through a major family transition

Drive your company’s inclusion and empathy efforts forward. It’s time to recognize a sizable population of employees who need help, your divorcing employees.

We have distilled the essential information from some of the most knowledgeable divorce professionals in the industry in 5 hours of training.

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About Our Manage Right Training

We equip Human Relations professionals and managers with a self-paced training led by experts from across a wide spectrum of specialties. This training provides them the knowledge and action steps to directly remedy the problems we see everyday. Most importantly, our experts teach them how to intervene early with valuable resources. Our training also supports your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts by recognizing this ignored population of employees, and the unique challenges your employees face.

In our manage right training, you will learn:

  • Common mistakes made in a courtroom from the perspective of a family court judge
  • How an employment attorney recommends properly managing divorcing employees in the workplace
  • The do’s and don’ts of talking to your divorcing employee
  • The warning signs of stress in the virtual world
  • The five divorce options for your employees
  • The intricacies of religious divorces
  • Child custody issues
  • Parent alienation complications
  • How divorce impacts families from various culture
  • The challenges around special needs children
  • The financial issues facing your employees
  • How to work with your high conflict employees
  • How Adverse Childhood Experiences increase the likelihood of divorce
  • The impact of stress on decision making
  • The subtleties and dangers of coercive control
  • How mortgages and divorce impacts employee retention
  • Therapy vs divorce coaching
  • How to create a family transition leave policy tailored to your company

Empower your employees

By understanding the special issues facing your divorcing employees, you can help solve an acute problem in corporate America. You are taking steps to radically improve company culture by supporting your employees so they can thrive at work and in life.

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The training is engaging, informative, easy to digest, and “learn at your own pace.”

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It is a mixture of virtual lectures, assessments, and thoughtful reflection sessions.

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Crafted to target two specific business goals; create empathy and provide excellent resources for your divorcing employee.

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This training is for HR employees, upper management, or anyone with direct reports

Divorce Awareness & Sensitivity Training

Here is a small sampling of the exceptional offerings our in-depth training will entail.

From the Family Bench to the Boardroom

A retired Judge’s tools advising companies and their employees with implementing creative solutions to avoid the rabbit hole of the court system”, Sarah Zabel, former family law judge, Miami-Dade County.

Religious Divorces

From Christian, Jewish, Muslim divorces and more, you’ll understand the unique issues facing those that face religious customs and the needs they face as they end their religious marriage. Jackie Harounian is a family law attorney based in New York.

The collaborative law divorce process

and how to reduce absences and time away from work with a collaborative law method. Robert Merlin, a family law attorney and collaborative law expert.

Special Needs Children

The complexities of special needs loved ones involved in a divorce. Dr. Susan Bernstien, divorce and high conflict coach.

The LGBTQ culture and how they handle divorce

Nancy Brodzki, family law attorney, handled the first gay divorce in Florida.

The Power of Coercive Control

And how it disrupts the workplace. Chitra Raghavan, Professor at CUNY

Protecting your employees and their dependents from dangers of high conflict custody battles and parent alienation

Ginger Gentile, documentarian and parental alienation expert.

Cultural Divorces

Learn the ways cultures from around the world experience the divorce process and how it impacts the way they move through a divorce here in the United States. – Multiple experts

Many many more and we add to them as new information is available, new laws are passed, and new trends emerge, keeping you and your team up to date with the latest facts, figures and resources.

In addition to the training, we supply resources organized, so it is easy to access. There will be no more wasted time digging through pages of web search results or your company’s confusing employee assistant program.

Group pricing is available.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us directly for details.

We will embrace a challenging life event that people usually suffer in secret. Let’s face the reality that divorce is a silent threat that wreaks havoc on the employee experiencing it. With this training, we can create a happy, healthy, and safe working environment where people in any stage of life can thrive.

Contact us for special pricing

The training modules come in ready to implement in packages for the following price:

$2499/per
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Group pricing is available. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us directly for details.

We will embrace a challenging life event that people usually suffer in secret. Let’s face the reality that divorce is a silent threat that wreaks havoc on the employee experiencing it. With this training, we can create a happy, healthy, and safe working environment where people in any stage of life can thrive.