Halton: 04.21.20 *VIRTUAL* The Sum is More: Collaboration and Co-Facilitation


Date and Time

Starts:04/21/2020 7:30 AM

Ends:04/21/2020 9:00 AM

Event Type: Webcast

1.5 Hours Hour(s)

Location:
Webinar

Price:

HRPA Members:
Free or Optional $5 donation
Non-Members:
$30 + Taxes

Availability

Additional Information

Event Sponsor


Registration opens April 1, 2020

Collaboration in the workplace takes many forms today – from team collaboration, to co-facilitation, and co-leadership. In this dialogue based session we will be exploring three key skills for successful collaboration as well as essential ingredients for team collaboration. Participants will have an opportunity to share some of the projects they are working on with others, practicing three core skills which are essential for more collaborative conversations.

During this evening session, participants will:

  • Explore the range of collaboration in today’s workplace
  • Learn about core ingredients for team-based collaboration
  • Explore three key skills for more effective collaboration, by having an opportunity to practice these with your own collaborative opportunities
  • Identify critical success factors for collaboration


HR Professionals are seeking to assist!

We are all in this together, and for many Ontarians access to food is real challenge at this time. As suggested by HRPA members and as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, HRPA has identified Feed Ontario as our COVID-19 recommended charity. 

HRPA members attending Chapter sessions between now and June 30, 2020 have the option to support, please select the $5 registration option when joining a free chapter webinar. All proceeds will go to support COVID-19 efforts through Feed Ontario. All contributions will be non-refundable. 

Speaker bio(s)
Speaker Jennifer Britton

Jennifer Britton, CHRP, CHRL

An award-winning program designer and coach, Jennifer has spent the better part of the last three decades supporting mentoring in all it’s different forms. From acting as a mentor herself in her former work with the UN and the international humanitarian sector, to designing award winning coaching and mentoring programs for Toronto health-care system, Jennifer is an educator and practitioner at heart. Jennifer founded Potentials Realized, a Canadian based performance improvement company in April 2004, and works with Canadian and global clients in areas including coaching skills training, leadership, performance and teamwork. Her first two books - Effective Group Coaching (Wiley, 2010) and From One to Many: Best Practices for Teams and Groups (Jossey-Bass, 2013), have been adopted by coach training schools globally for group and team coaching. Her latest book – Effective Virtual Conversations – has allowed her to weave together her passion for enhanced virtual conversations.

Jennifer is a former manager with the UN and other international organizations. Her work within healthcare has been recognized with a Prism Award for Excellence in Coaching (2016 – ICF Toronto) and a 2017 Award of Excellence – Curriculum Design. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation, and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and also holds credentials in the areas of performance improvement and HR. She holds a Bachelor of Science (McGill), and a Masters of Environmental Studies (York University).