COMMUNITY SOCIAL SERVICES DISABILITY MANAGEMENT & RETURN TO WORK (RTW)
Webinar #8 (01-June-2023 10AM-12PM)
Bill Dyer, Director, Reducing Poverty Initiative – National Institute of Disability Management and Research (NIDMAR)
Stephen Symon, Manager Client Services, RTW Consultation and Education Services – WorkSafeBC
Over the past three years in the community social services (CSS) sector, WorkSafeBC injury time loss claims have reach historical levels. The Association is pleased to present the CSS Disability Management & RTW Webinar for the sector at no cost to participants on June 1, 2023, from 10 am to 12 pm.
The Disability Management will capture the steps – components to consider when creating your organizations disability management program, “The Coles note – how to.” While the Return to Work and Recover and Work: Importance of Early Intervention and Introduction of Bill 41 (Return to Work and Other Duties in Relation to Injured Workers).
We are delighted to have seasoned speakers Bill Dyer and Stephen Symon. This webinar is building on previous presentations and will be providing key information to support employers and workers. Please register quickly at the link below. Thank you.Participant Range:
500 Max. (Limits on organization number of participants)Participant Admission:
WEBINAR: The Stories We Tell Ourselves – Strategies for Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Thursday, May 25 | 11:00AM till 12:15PM | REGISTER
Gain the tools to conquer self-doubt and and rewrite your story in this empowering workshop on unmasking imposter syndrome
Imposter syndrome refers to a psychological phenomenon where individuals hold the belief that they are undeserving of success, persistently plagued by feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt about their intelligence, skills, or competence. It is often described as feeling like a fraud who achieved success through luck and fear being exposed.
This workshop delves into the essence of imposter syndrome, exploring its distinct types and offering practical strategies for overcoming self-doubt.
Over the span of 75 minutes, participants will:
Learn to recognize imposter syndrome in themselves and their colleagues.
Understand the connection between avoidance, overworking, and imposter syndrome.
Examine the narratives we tell ourselves that perpetuate self-doubt.
Harness the power of self-compassion to combat imposter syndrome.
Discover effective coping strategies for dealing with imposter syndrome.
Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss their personal experiences with imposter syndrome and its triggers.
This workshop welcomes individuals who are interested in understanding and addressing imposter syndrome, as well as Federation members seeking ways to navigate imposter syndrome and the accompanying unhelpful thoughts and emotions.
Participants will explore the main reasons behind challenging behaviour. Next, they will learn strategies to facilitate positive interactions and participation, including proactive communication strategies and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) strategies. Whether you are a parent, teacher, CEA, coach, babysitter, or therapist of a child, teenager, or adult, you won’t want to miss this!
Please join us for Pathways Annual Inclusion Chain and the City of Kelowna ‘Community Inclusion Month’ Proclamation with Mayor Colin Basran, Wednesday, October 5, 2022 at 10:00 am in front of City Hall on Water Street! Warm beverages to be provided!
We Day 2022 was a smashing success. Thanks to everyone who came out to join us. Brian managed to take a bunch of pictures and will post more as we get permission. What a crew! Thanks to Vivienne, Anshulee, Jane and Don for making it such a great day!
Hi everyone, we are looking forward to welcoming a CARF Accreditation team to complete our CARF Accreditation Survey this September, from the 28th to the 30th. Want to know more about CARF and what Accreditation is? Start here!
Hey everyone, it’s National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 — learn more about National Indigenous Peoples Day here, find out about National Indigenous History Month (June) here, and share what’s going on in your community in the comments!
National Indigenous Peoples Day takes place on the summer solstice, June 21. It’s a special occasion to learn more about the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
Learning about Indigenous Peoples, places and experiences is a step forward each Canadian can take on the path to reconciliation.