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The workplace has undergone continuous change since the pandemic. As a result, many employees are having a difficult time adapting to their new norm. For employees to get through these turbulent times, it is important for organizations to pay attention to the human aspect of work.

Discover A New Future helps your organization and employees by:

  • Conducting a thorough assessment that pinpoint your key challenges.

  • Developing customized workshop content to address the challenges using an INWARD-OUTWARD psychosocial approach which aligns your employees' perspective with your organization's needs to create a win-win solution for all. 

  • Providing follow-up support after the workshops to help employees integrate their newly acquired knowledge and skills at work. 


"We use a psychosocial approach to solving problems and content creation!" 

This approach to training is particularly important today, as almost everyone is overly stressed due to the uncertainties and fears that are continuously unfolding. Employers are concerned about the long-term implications of the pandemic for their employees and their businesses in general. Employees want to do a job, but many are overwhelmed by personal responsibilities that have morphed over the past 18 months.

For employers and employees to strike a balance, both must adopt a new approach to transitioning through this unprecedented period. The following article provides some insight on how to do this. 

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Steps to Connect: Effectively leading employees who are working from home or returning to the office  that was published in the May/June 2021 issue of  COSTCO Connection Magazine (page 14).  

Below are two of our most popular workshop series. Each can be delivered onsite or virtually. What makes each series unique is that it encourages introspection. 

Discover a New Future's professional development workshop series is created to address some pressing challenges many organizations are currently facing such as employee engagement, talent retention, equity and inclusion and other ambiguities that the pandemic has unearthed.


You may have heard the saying that one must be able to lead oneself first before being able to effectively lead others. Well, there is empirical data that supports this school of thought (Drucker, 1999; Pearce, 2007).  Leading from the Inside Outward series is created to help leaders and/or future leaders improve their leadership competencies through introspection. 


For more information , please complete the form in the footer (below) or call (201) 608 - 3004.

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