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26-May-2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Bringing Fun Back: Engaging Teams during Challenging Times

  May 26, 2020  -  2:00 PM (ET)

The fee for this event is $10 with all proceeds going to the Calgary Food Bank.
*Webinar details will be provided prior to the event

Hosted by the CCHL Southern Alberta Chapter

In our current world, a discussion about fun might seem like an odd thing. In truth, these challenging times demand more understanding on how to connect with and relate to your team members and just be human. An ability to foster appropriate lightheartedness through emotional intelligence has direct ties to our satisfaction in life and work and the level of engagement in our teams.

Join us for a fun, interactive webinar and learn key skills and concepts that impact your workplace wellness. As well, you will explore concrete “Happy Health Habits” that generate more positive personal and workplace experiences including community connection, kindness and gratitude. Come ready to share your “fun” ideas as well as takeaway activities you can use immediately with your team.

Learning Outcomes:
  • 4 Skills for Happiness
  • 4 Concepts for a Happy Workplace
  • Healthy Happiness Habits
  • Activities to up your team’s Fun Factor

Featured speakers:

Laurie Poole
Karen Bowen, Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Development Programs

Karen, senior partner at EQ Development Group, is an experienced and respected speaker. Her energy and ability to engage her audiences in fun, hands on sessions with concrete learning outcomes provides value for all attendees. Karen has spoken in front of diverse business fields including from front-line employees through to mid and executive level leaders to foster positive workplace culture and organizational effectiveness. Practising a holistic approach to leadership and presentations, Karen connects mindfulness, conscious choice, solid human system theory and practical actions that participants take back to their workplaces.

Join the College today for only $160 for the first year registration fee. CCHL membership details available here.

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.0 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.