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Karen Sadler, Founder and Leadership Coach, leads a dialogue on the facets of resilient leadership when leading through change. Staying mindful and taking care of your people are key for leaders as we lead intentionally through these unprecedented times.
Caroline Hemstock, Diversity and Inclusion Facilitator, brings our attention to the impact of the pandemic, particularly on women. She leads a conversation on what we need to pay attention to and how we can support each other as we serve a multitude of roles.
Marie Bowen, Counsellor, Coach, and Educational Leader, leads a dialogue on the importance of Servant Leadership and how we can meet the call to lead and influence, even while we are asked to stay home during the pandemic.
Amber Pavey, Mindfulness Educator, facilitates an interactive session to explore how increased mindfulness leads to increased resilience, the development of a growth mindset, and balancing the nervous system. In addition, it is a supportive tool that can support one’s ability to calm, connect and cultivate self-awareness at any age.
Carolee Israel Turner, Leadership, Systems, and Community Facilitator, leads a conversation on identity development. Identity is who we are, what we bring to the table and how we integrate that into the tapestry of the leadership roles we play. It is the living embodiment of diversity and inclusion.
Jennifer Bertrand, Published Author and Personal Development Coach, facilitates this writing experience for personal development. Moving beyond the act of writing as communication, this is a reflective process that can help us to build resilience and develop the kind of self-leadership needed to heal, learn, and grow through life's challenges.
Carrie Vos presents on overcoming unconscious Bias
"Truth and Reconciliation – Answering the Calls to Action Every Day".
In this session, Jessica Vanderbergue will explore how can you take your first steps towards truth and reconciliation; as a parent, as a leader, as an employee.
Because everyone has a role to play in truth and reconciliation.
"When you know better, you do better: Building an Anti-racist leadership identity"
Joanne Kinya Baker will take us into a dive to examine why talking about racism is difficult and yet important. She will stress the importance of creating and normalizing an anti-racist identity while creating space for diverse voices
"Disrupt the Stigma. Invisible Disabilities and Discrimination"
Marie Bowen will explore a myriad of disabilities that individuals cope with everyday that aren't visible to those around them. Sometimes there is a benefit to keeping a disability hidden, but often because it can't be seen it isn't understood by others, discrimination and lack of acceptance can result. Let's discuss how we can begin to see what might be invisible and learn to understand, accept and even celebrate the differences we all bring into this world.
"Dwelling in the Present: How Writing and Mindfulness Can Help to Reset Our Busy Minds"
Jennifer Bertrand and Amber Pavey explore the issue of integrating writing and mindfulness into our daily lives. They will explore accessible mindfulness and writing exercises you can use anytime and almost anywhere to help refocus on the present.
"When I joined the Awake and Aware series, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but quickly learned the value of the sessions. The structure was engaging, interactive and led to creating a great learning space. Each session gave me a new perspective, tools to implement in my coaching practice, and new ways to practice mindfulness. Highly recommend the sessions and great facilitators - thank you to Collaborative Change Coaching, for offering this timely content."
Janika Smit, Leader | Coach | Transformation Leadership