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Network and Share Opinions: Psychological Injuries & Managing Performance Expectations

April 9, 2019 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM MDT

Tuesday April 9th, 2019 – Psychological Injury and Employee Role in Managing Preformance Expectations


The Workplace Resource Network brings together business and management professionals who want to be on the leading curve of issues facing the workplace. Come and network with other professionals, join us for meaningful presentations and dialogues, announce your events, collaborate on initiatives as well as share ideas, resources, and solutions to enhance workplace wellness, diversity, and psychological safety.


Presentation and Speakers


Psychological Injury
By:  Linda Crockett, Bullying Prevention/Intervention Expert


Employee Role in Managing Performance Expectations
By: Shirley Leonard, Organizational Development Specialist


Speakers’ Profiles


Linda Crockett is a Senior Associate at Insight Corporate Care. With 31 years experienced in her social work profession, a Master’s degree in Advanced Clinical Social Work practice, training at the USA Workplace Bullying Institute, and certification in Somatic Experiencing Trauma Therapy, Linda offers specialized services to Employers and their Employees. Services which equip leaders and their employees with prevention and early intervention tools, and repair or restorative options related to workplace psychological harassment (bullying). For the past 7 years Linda has been passionate about developing specialized training programs for Leadership, staff, and also a combined coaching/counselling and/or clinical treatment program for targets, and or disruptive employees. To assist employees in their recovery Linda has also piloted an advocacy program. Linda believes that all Employers and Employees have the right to a psychologically safe workplace. 


Shirley Leonard, an Organizational development Specialist, has built a respected Human Resources consulting business in the strategic business realms of Individual/Organizational Effectiveness & Development. On any given day, she is an executive coach, systems/group facilitator, manager, leader, trusted advisor, strategic developer, mentor, workplace investigator, interventionist and educator/trainer. Shirley describes her perfect experiences as ‘deciphering a mittful of ‘presenting symptoms’ into a set of concrete needs and then co-creating and implementing a plan to change the ‘what is’ to ‘what is desired’. Shirley’s has held leadership roles in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors and these roles. Shirley also has a solid foundation in learning and leadership. She is passionate about understanding and speaking about how a leader’s presence within these two categories positively engages and influences the lives of the people they support.


Shirley’s education and training include a Masters of Arts (Leadership & Training), Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness Practitioner (HROEP), CACE (Certificate in Adult Continuing Education), CPHR (Certified Professional Human Resources) – Candidate status, Professional Coach, Change Management Professional (Prosci), and Change & Transition Management (Bridges), along with a number of individual and leadership assessment certifications. Shirley’s Masters thesis focused on the results of educational intervention on incidents of Bullying in the Workplace subsequently led her to providing Investigator services to employers dealing with employee complaints of abuse, harassment and bullying. She is an engaging speaker on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, and all topics that impact employee engagement.


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Sexual and Gender Harassment – Trending Views
By: Dr. Hendriatta Wong, Workplace Diversity Specialist


Supporting Sexual and Gender Variations in the Workplace
By: Dr. Cory Hrushka, Psychologist, Sex Therapist, and Gender/Sexual Diversity Expert


FAQs 


What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?


Ample parking lot parking. Location is served by the Route 78 Mill Woods Towne Centre bus route.


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?


Simply email us at info@insightcorporatecare.com.


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?


You do not need your printed ticket! We will have the list of registered attendees at the event.

Venue

2532 Ellwood Dr SW

Organizer

Insight Corporate Care and Alberta Bullying Research, Resources, and Recovery Centre