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The role of Health and Safety Leader can be challenging, tricky and rewarding. Bringing multiple stakeholders together to solve health and safety problems requires skillful facilitation. Most of us chair meetings, but rarely have we had any formal training on how to work with the interpersonal dynamics that emerge around the meeting table. By attending this session as a formal health and safety expert in your organization, an informal workplace champion or committee co-chair, you will learn skills and strategies for resiliency in your role. These skills will help you embrace different perspectives and help to instill confidence in your leadership ability to affect positive change in your organization. In this interactive session, participants will learn how to:

  • Use self-awareness to help you in any leadership role
  • Engage skills for regulating emotions when passion peeks in meetings
  • Bounce back from difficult interactions that inevitably happen
  • Re-energize when the road is long and immediate outcomes are not achievable
  • Facilitate a balanced meeting to get the most of all members and diversity of input

 

Shannon Gander Bio:

Shannon Gander is a Mental Health and Resiliency Strategist and Director of Life Work Wellness, a company committed to mental health promotion and organization wellness.  She has been consulting, training, and supporting workplaces and teams for over 20 years.  Through her training in clinical counseling, conflict resolution and mediation, she has spent years helping people navigate difficult conversations where there is tension and they feel stuck.  Shannon has a passion for promoting psychological safety and helping leaders and staff to prevent burnout from the multiple roles they play in work and life.  Shannon’s dynamic background in workplace interventions and mental health help her to bring the topic of resiliency for leaders to life in a way that is authentic and creative, teaching participants skills to apply right away and into the future both in and outside of the meeting room.

For more information and a copy of poster, visits OHC website at:
http://mflohc.mb.ca/events/dec-5th-ohc-free-public-presentation-resiliency-tips-tricks-for-effective-health-safety-leadership/

 

Occupational Health Centre is offering a 4 week course starting in January 2018: 

 

Mindfulness and Presence – Coping with Stress in Life and Work, with Narda Singh

 

Course Information:

Date:  Mondays,  Jan 15, 22, 29 & Feb 5, 2018

Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Location:  Union Centre — 275 Broadway

Cost:  $115

 

 

Narda has a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology and runs a busy private practice as a Registered Clinical Counsellor.  Among her many credentials, she is a certified teacher in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and an experienced yoga instructor. 

Participants in this course will develop strategies to manage stress, increase personal resilience, and live more fully in the present moment.  This is an introductory course, which will cover topics such as self-compassion, mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.

 

For Information:

Linda - ldawson@mflohc.mb.ca or

Tiffany – tiffany.pau@mflohc.mb.ca

 

** Space is limited - register early **


MOHNIG General member meeting.
  TBA for February


   







 


 



 

 

          

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