Don’t miss this webinar!
COVID-19 has thrust many of us into a world of uncertainty and forcing us to adapt and navigate our personal and professional lives. Most of us have had to move our office into our homes to work remotely. This has thrust us into a new reality of balancing personal and professional space while trying to strive to get work done. This is especially challenging when there is work to do, municipal meetings that still need to be held, family and community issues to attend to while facing continual uncertainty and change.
As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, it takes all of us working together and supporting each other to not only survive but thrive and move forward.
In this session we will learn:
•How uncertainty and change is having an impact on the work of elected officials
•Maintaining a healthy work environment for self and employees
•The importance of setting expectations for connectedness and relationships
•Confronting and overcoming the challenges of remote meetings
•The importance of remote work etiquette
•Five (5) strategies to help develop resilience and support yourself and others
Registration Fee $75 plus GST per person. AMM will invoice after the session.
Please note: If the minimum of 36 registrants is not met, this webinar will be cancelled.Click Here to Register!
Wendy offers significant expertise in human resources and workplace health and safety with experience in construction, agriculture, and service industries. Wendy is a dynamic presenter who thrives on helping participants understand and manage change, engage in personal growth and be full partners in the performance review process. She likes to help people become “unstuck” and take ownership for their own life and decisions. Wendy doesn’t just provide canned presentations; she tailors her material to meet the needs of the room, including ice breakers, exercises, stories and examples.
Wendy is a certified speaker, trainer and mentor with the John Maxwell Team, and the Gallup Strengths Organization. She is also a professional member of CAPS, Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. Wendy has held a seat on the Advisory Committee for the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba and sits on the Board of Directors with Manitoba Women in Construction. Founder and facilitator of MILE, Mentoring Inspirational Leaders to Excellence leadership group, Wendy continues to speak, influence, and inspire others to grow towards success.