FEI Participating in Panel Discussion on Trauma-Informed Care in the Workplace

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Strengthening workforce resilience with trauma-informed best practice and “Move to the Front”

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FEI Behavioral Health, a social enterprise with 40 years of history and a leader in workforce resilience from EAP and organizational development to workplace violence prevention and crisis management, is participating in a panel discussion on trauma-informed care in the workplace for the Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC).

A civic organization that contributes to the cultural and economic resilience of Metropolitan Milwaukee, GMC is hosting a panel on Scaling Wellness in Milwaukee (SWIM), a collaboration within the human services, health care, educational, and criminal justice sectors focused on incorporating trauma-informed care into the workplace. Moderated by Marquette University President and Co-founder of SWIM Mike Lovell, FEI Director of Product Management Ralph Metzner will join fellow panelists Frank Cumberbatch of Bader Philanthropies; Alicia Dupies of Capri Communities; Bill Harrigan of Harrigan Solutions; and Bill Krugler of Milwaukee JobsWork. The event will be held Monday, Sept. 9 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the University Club, 924 E. Wells St., Milwaukee.

The panel will explore current strategies for bringing a trauma-informed culture into Milwaukee’s workforce and look at how the corporate community can assist in promoting trauma-informed best practices. Metzner will discuss FEI’s work with “Move to the Front,” a stress management framework that incorporates the evolving field of neuroscience into an individual’s work and personal life. A keynote from Lovell and Tim Grove, senior consultant for SaintA, will precede the panel.

Metzner is a major contributor to some of FEI’s most innovative workplace solutions over the past decade. He has a long history of aligning technologies with business processes as well as insuring the security and availability of customer and corporate data to all business functions. He has led the development of new products, managed go-to-market strategies for corporate training initiatives and participated with acquisition teams. Metzner has a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and a master’s in business administration with an emphasis in e-business.

FEI has a 40‐year history in enhancing workforce resiliency by offering a full spectrum of solutions, from EAP and organizational development to workplace violence prevention and crisis management. One of the most successful social enterprises in America, FEI was created by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, a national network of social sector organizations working to achieve its vision of a healthy and equitable society. Visit http://www.feinet.com for additional information.

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