Introduction to Boundaries in a Post Pandemic Workplace

  • March 15, 2023
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Park Hills Country Club, 219 Highland Terrace, Altoona, PA 16602


  • Registration for paid/current members.
  • Registration for Non-Member / Guest

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The deadline to register is March 10, 2023 at noon.

Registration and Presentation Timeline:  

·         Meeting Registration: 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM

·         Breakfast served during registration

·         Presentation begins at 8:00 AM

·         Presentation ends at 9:30 AM

Recertification Credits: TBD

Topic: Introduction to Boundaries in a Post Pandemic Workplace


Recognizing that many of the HR complaints and/or long-standing employee issues are surrounding boundaries both personally and professionally. Ineffective/damaging communication and leadership systems continue due to lack of action on boundaries.

Changing these boundaries is a hard sell because we are looking to change responses that have been embedded lifelong.

Post pandemic we are seeing an influx of professional and personal boundary issues that not only overload HR, but they also degrade the company culture an open up the company for significant liability.

Recognizing unhealthy boundaries, maintaining and resetting of healthy boundaries in the workplace post pandemic is crucial. Being able to have the hard conversations around this as well as maintaining your own boundaries and modeling for others is essential.

By end of course you will be able to identify:

-What is a healthy and an unhealthy boundary

-What unhealthy boundaries do to your workplace culture and how this contributes to detachment and burnout.

-How to set and maintain healthy boundaries personally and professionally.

-Ability to implement skills to be confident in this change.

Presenter: Angie Richard, LCSW

Presenter Bio: 

Angie believes in the idea of knowledge as power, but only when shared. A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a MSW from the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. She is the clinical director, certified as a clinical supervisor and facilitator of EAP and Corporate communication programs. She creates and presents webinars, provides real word solutions with down-to-earth conversations incorporating 19 years of therapeutic experience with timely topics and a tailor-made approach to your needs.

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