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May 2020

Tue
05
May
Workshop
Design Your Life
FACILITATOR: Pam Nanson, BEd
This two part interactive workshop will give you the tools to dig deeper into your curiosities, motivators and skills to help define your goals.
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April 2020

Tue
21
Apr
Workshop
LIVE Online Workshop: Emotional Intelligence - The Foundation for Your Career & Leadership Success

According to research, 66% of job success is attributed to EQ and the potential to earn $29,000 more. Join this interactive LIVE online workshop to have a better understanding what emotional intelligence is, why it matters and the role it plays as we develop as leaders.

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November 2019

Tue
05
Nov
Workshop
Toronto: Dine & Discover Your Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence is key for career success. Join Kristine Thody, CPCC, PCC in this mini interactive workshop in Toronto to help you develop a better understanding of EQ and why it is important for careers.
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October 2019

Thu
17
Oct
Workshop
Emotional Intelligence - The Foundation for Your Career & Leadership Success

According to research, 66% of job success is attributed to EQ and the potential to earn $29,000 more. This interactive workshop will help you develop a better understanding of what emotional intelligence is, why it matters and the role it plays as we develop as leaders.

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May 2019

Tue
14
May
Workshop
The Art of Questioning
Nicolle Browne, M.Ed

The ability to overcome challenging situations in career or personal life starts with the ability to identify what the root of the issue is. Too often, we get caught in a whirlwind of doubt, second-guessing, panic or feeling stuck when we experience difficult situations. Being able to step back and gain perspective, while also challenging our own role, will allow for solutions to emerge and for change to happen at a personal level.

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April 2019

Tue
02
Apr
Workshop
LIVE Online Workshop: Managing Organizational Transition

Interestingly, the people in an organization are considered to have the greatest influence in determining the success (or failure) of change initiatives. Why? When people are not adequately engaged with change, they resist it. However, when people identify and let go of what must be left behind, can build meaning and reach out for what is new, they become capable of initiating and generating sustainable change.

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