Sudbury: Developing a Resilient Culture in Times of Change


Date and Time

Starts:09/15/2021 5:45 PM

Ends:09/15/2021 7:45 PM

Event Type: Webinar

2 hours Hour(s)

Location:
ON24

Price:

MEMBERS FREE I NON MEMBER $30 I $5.00 DONATE

Availability

Additional Information

Registration closes 8am | 09.14.21

Event Sponsor


The amount of change has never been greater with new challenges of working from home, lay-offs, employees home stress combined with increased work stress, increase in mental health , and the fear of uncertainty. With the skills of resiliency, individuals will be better prepared to navigate through these times of uncertainty, and become more adaptive rather than re-active during stress. The Sherry Campbell Group is proud to present one of our most requested workshops “Developing a resilient culture in times of change”. Throughout the workshop Sherry will be delivering impactful tools to help you become a resilient leader, teaching you the skills to bring back to your workforce and implement with your staff members. With these tools your team will have increased resiliency, emotion regulation, effective communication, productivity, and be able to take charge of those bad day! Now, more than ever, it is crucial to equip our teams  with the tools needed to tackle the ever changing landscape of today’s world. Shery looks forward to an engaging, informative and joyful workshop for all attendees

Registration Difficulties or Questions? Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Rebecca Lauzon rlauzon@hrpa.ca

Registration Closes: September 14, 2021 at 8:00 AM.

Learning Objectives:

To become an adaptive and resilient leader for your team

To effectively navigate the changes in your workforce

To have the tool box of resiliency to help your team during the “ bad days” and provide mental health resources if needed.

Speaker bio(s)
Sherry Campbell

Sherry Campbell has been proven difference maker for over 25 years in both the mental health community and also corporate workshops. Sherry started her career at the Niagara General Hospital managing the mental health division for 15 years, followed by opening her own private practice that she continues to operate in both Ridgeway and St.Catharines today. Valuing the importance of mental wealth and resiliency awareness Sherry created the Resilient Journey workshop series for corporations focusing on resiliency, change management, inner critic, how to cope with a bad day, communication, mental health and many more. Sherry is thrilled to be part of todays event and looking forward to a rewarding and engaging workshop!