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Workshops

How to Effectively Incorporate Mental Performance Strategies into Practice | RESCHEDULED to September 29, 12-1:00 PM


RESCHEDULED September Sport Medicine Poster
Event Date & Time

Thursday, September 29, 2022, Noon to 1:00 PM

Registration Deadline

48 Hours Prior to Event

Location

Zoom Online

Cost

FREE

The September Sport Medicine and Science Council Workshop invites parents, guardians, coaches, and athletes ages 10-17. Session facilitated by Lisa Hoffart, Mental Trainer.

Thursday, September 29, Noon to 1:00 PM

Can’t attend? Let us know so we can send you the recording.

Women and Leadership | Free Virtual Workshops | Tuesdays from October 11 to November 29


Women and Leadership Poster
Event Date & Time

Tuesdays from October 11 to November 29, 2022 at 7 PM

Registration Deadline

24-hours prior

Location

Virtual, Online, Zoom

Cost

Free

Free Virtual Workshops

Effective Communication, October 11
Effective Networking, October 18
Women on Boards, October 25
Leading with Confidence, November 01
Conflict Management, November 08
Leading the Way, LGBTQI2S+ Inclusion, November 15
Influencing Change, November 22
Life Balance, November 29

Re-Engaging Volunteers Post COVID | Part 1 of the Volunteers Webinar Series | October 13


Re-Engaging Volunteers-Post Covid - Brenda Robinson
Event Date & Time

October 13, Noon-1 PM

Registration Deadline

48 hours prior to the workshop

Location

Zoom Online

Cost

Free

Re-Engaging Volunteers-Post COVID – Brenda Robinson

Recruiting and retaining volunteers is always a challenge and COVID added an additional layer to that challenge. Join us for an entertaining presentation with Brenda as she shares the new realities of our volunteer world and how you can make the most out of it!

Brenda Robinson is a speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant. She is the founder and president of The Robcan Group. She has been addressing groups for over thirty years about communications, humour, laughter, positive working skills, and wellness in general. Her workshops and presentations are in high demand.

Brenda believes that we are on a life-long learning journey. It should be enriching, exciting, interesting and above all, it should be fun!

Date:  Thursday, October 13

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Succession Planning and Managing Burn-out | Part 2 of the Volunteers Webinar Series | November 10


Succession Planning and Managing Burn-out - Lori Gotlieb
Event Date & Time

November 10, Noon-1 PM

Registration Deadline

48 hours prior to the workshop

Location

Zoom Online

Cost

Free

Succession Planning and Managing Burn-out – Lori Gotlieb 

Managing Boards and Committees can be challenging, especially if you are a volunteer-driven organization. Volunteers are a vital foundation to the success of an organization or association but so much time is spent replacing, orienting, and training leadership volunteers on an ongoing basis that planning and execution of goals can be difficult. Join this presentation to gain helpful tips for achieving success.

Lori is a volunteer management leadership expert and consultant, a faculty member at Humber College, as well as an internationally published author and workshop facilitator who has taught workshops to many diverse audiences, including Boards and Committees, Associations, and Nonprofit organizations across North America.

Lori is a contributing author the Volunteer Management Handbook, 2nd Edition as well as having numerous articles published in both print and online.

Lori was a recipient of the Linda Buchanan Award for Excellence in Volunteer Management.

Lori is a board member and content reviewer for the International Journal of Volunteer Administration, past president of the Toronto Association of Volunteer Administration, past mentor for the Provincial Association of Volunteer Administrators in Ontario. Lori continues to push the boundaries of traditional volunteer management through her writing and teaching.

Date:  Thursday, November 10

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Be a Family Friendly Place to Volunteer | Part 3 of the Volunteer Webinar Series | December 08


Be a Family Friendly Place to Volunteer
Event Date & Time

December 08, Noon-1PM

Registration Deadline

48 hours prior to the workshop

Location

Zoom Online

Cost

Free

Be a Family Friendly Place to Volunteer

Many volunteers have reprioritized their time over the last decade and especially after the last couple of years, which means organizations need to be set up and embrace families if they are wanting volunteers.   The bonus of embracing families now is that you are developing youth and adult leaders for the future!

Tara-Leigh Heslip is a self-proclaimed volunteer addict and family-friendly places to volunteer have been a key contributor to this passion.  From dragging kids along as toddlers to working side by side with her teenagers and young adults she sees the value in giving people the opportunity to give back to their communities as a family unit.  She will share ideas and resources that you can apply to your own organizations.

Date:  Thursday, December 8

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

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