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How to support a colleague experiencing trauma, grief and loss {Free resource}

Helping someone – a colleague, friend or family member – through grief is challenging. Grief is a universal experience, yet it's also something so many of us are uncomfortable talking about, for a plethora of reasons.


In the last 12 months, work has been forcibly relocated from offices to our kitchen tables, living rooms and even our bedrooms. At the same time, millions of people's lives have been impacted by the trauma of loss, which we're exploring in our 6-part series on loss and grief.


Alongside this exploration of what leaders need to know in order to help their bereaved colleagues, we've created the below resource, which summarises 10 key principles to hold in mind when navigating conversations about grief and loss at work. We hope it helps.


You can download a copy here (pdf) or here (png). Please share it with anyone who you think it will help.




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