Strengthening Leadership Resilience During Times of COVID, Chaos & Uncertainty

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This workshop is now sold out. We are currently taking names on our waitlist. If we have enough demand we are happy to offer it again in the Fall. To add your name to the waitlist please enter your contact details below. For more information on this session please contact: Susana Guardado at susana@bcnpha.ca.

Throughout these highly challenging times, leaders are doing their utmost to support their teams, frontline staff and clients in every imaginable way, persistently responding to the ongoing “fight or flight” emergencies that arise, which for many has become their mantra. Leaders often have little opportunity to prioritize their own essential state of well-being.

While this response to these emergency crises is essential in the short term, it is not feasible to sustain for the long haul without serious negative implications to one’s emotional, physical, and mental health.

Recognizing the continued urgency to globally address COVID, the opioid crisis and homelessness, this two-part Strengthening Leadership Resilience workshop series is designed to create a confidential, safe platform for leaders to:

  • Voice and acknowledge their own current experiences/challenges
  • Identify and prioritize sustainable ways to regroup/refuel for the long haul
  • Strengthen personal strategies/techniques to add to their Leadership Resilience Toolbox

In order to create a space that fosters conversation, interaction and reflection we will be limiting the workshop to 25 participants. Participants will be asked to make a commitment to participate in both part 1 and 2 of the workshop.

Part 1: July 21, 2021 – 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Part 2: Aug. 11, 2021 – 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Who should attend

Senior leadership. Executive leadership. Senior Managers.

Cost

$75 for members, $100 for non-members

There is a max of 25 participants for this workshop.

Presenters

Cheryl Rikley

Executive Consultant

Cheryl is passionate about supporting leaders to co-create team engagement practices that are relational and inclusive.

Having the lived experience of > 25 years in various leadership roles in the healthcare sector, Cheryl believes that these complex times, are a call to action for leaders to engage their teams as partners more than ever before.

In addition to having her own leadership consulting practice, Cheryl continues to work in healthcare, leading several areas of the Pandemic Response Teams through the global pandemic.

Cheryl has worked with a variety of organizations and teams of all sizes in the pursuit of positive change and team engagement while facilitating a wide variety of workshop/webinar techniques that:

  • Create Active Engagement – all voices are valued
  • Embrace simplicity within complexity
  • Energize leaders and teams in the discovery of their own potential
  • Foster techniques that are fun and (easily) adaptable, which can be added to any Leadership Toolbox

“Model the way”
Kouzes and Posner

Jeanie Paterson

Executive Coach

With deep commitment to helping others make empowering professional/personal choices that best support their ability to THRIVE, Jeanie opened her executive/leadership coaching & facilitation practice in 2003.

Working extensively with diverse multi-sector clientele, Jeanie assists clients to enhance & sustain their creative potential, agility, and resilience – amidst fast-paced, everchanging circumstances.

As a seasoned executive/leadership coach & facilitator, Jeanie aspires to fostering a respectful environment in which clients can safely explore opportunities to:

  • Gain clarity about what truly matters
  • Explore creative pathways of potential & possibility
  • Tap into their inherent wisdom & resourcefulness
  • Remove potential roadblocks or obstacles to success
  • Make intentional choices that support Thriving versus Surviving

‘The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking
new landscapes but in having fresh eyes.’

~ Marcel Proust ~

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