In this Master Class, we aim to enhance your understanding of stress, burnout, and reintegration by providing new insights. By building upon your existing knowledge, you will gain valuable skills in utilizing job matching to effectively align an employee's return to work after burnout with their motivation and needs. Additionally, you will discover methods to create a positive and enriching job resumption process for the employer, emphasizing organizational awareness and growth.
Day 1: Re-Set framework
We present an in-depth exploration of the Re-Set reintegration process, delving into its scientific foundation, methodology, and the pivotal role of the facilitator. A particular focus is directed towards the crucial aspect of psychological safety, as it stands as an essential prerequisite for effective reintegration counseling. Notably, psychological safety represents one of the two fundamental, core principles that underpin the Re-Set methodology.
Day 2: appropriation of the service
We explore the second core concept of the Re-Set methodology, focusing on the principles of job demands resources. This exploration involves utilizing the "job demands resources" model to gain a deeper understanding. Subsequently, we analyze how to identify crucial adjustments that foster a successful reintegration process. To put these insights into practice, we engage in role-plays, actively applying the Re-Set process and utilizing its toolbox.
Day 3: personnel & organizational policies
Having acquainted yourself with the Re-Set methodology and its theoretical concepts, we now delve into the intricacies of reintegration. We establish a strong connection with the organization, personnel policy, and conflict management, exploring their interplay in the reintegration process. To reinforce your understanding and ownership of the facilitator role and methodology, we engage in practical examples and interactive role-plays, allowing you to apply and internalize these skills effectively.
Day 4: context of the legal framework
An additional complexity when embarking on the reintegration process is navigating the legal framework. On Day 4, you will receive comprehensive guidelines covering welfare laws and recent reintegration legislation. This will equip you with valuable insights into their practical applications through real-life examples. Moreover, through role plays, you will have the opportunity to integrate these insights into your facilitation skills effectively.
Day 5: integration
Drawing upon a structured thinking framework, you will explore the seamless integration of the knowledge and skills acquired during the program into your unique role. This entails carefully considering how you wish to position yourself as a reintegration facilitator within your organization or when working with your clients. To solidify your understanding, a series of exercises will be provided, enabling you to synthesize and apply all the information gathered in the previous days effectively.
On the (half) return day, you will receive valuable guidance on effectively leading an intervision session. Additionally, we will reflect on the vital role of the VESB (Vocational Integration and Social Participation) and how it can provide crucial support for you as a Re-Set facilitator.
Optional: additional module on burnout
This online module is offered as an additional supplement to participants who wish to supplement their (basic) knowledge of burnout.
After following this Master Class, you will:
have the latest scientific insights about reintegration after burnout;
understand the importance of psychological safety in the context of returning to work and know how to discuss the renewal of the psychological contract;
understand how Job Demands Resource (JDR) and job crafting shape Re-Set and why the focus is on both individual and organization growth;
know the different (classical vs. innovative) frameworks and models within HR policy;
have both new insights into conflict mediation and the tools to put them into practice during a reintegration process;
be able to make the link to organizational policy and prevention and safeguard knowledge of the reintegration process for both the individual and the organization;
know the legal framework: background, necessity, content of the Royal Decree;
be able to draw up a reintegration plan and communicate about it with both employee and employer;
have a broader understanding of burnout, the potential causes and the different perspectives from science and practice;
have mastered the Re-Set service: the step-by-step plan and the toolbox, and you will have mastered the role of Re-Set facilitator;