Upcoming Events

Presented by:
Alex Abdel-Malek
(Point Grey Campus)
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 9:00am

Program Description

Interpersonal stressors are one of the most commonly associated challenges that people report in their experiences of workplace stress. Relationships at work can help us to keep grounded, inspired, encouraged, or deflated, resentful, and not valued. While we cannot often choose exactly whom we work with, it can help to be as well-equipped as possible to find ways to relate well at work in spite of the challenges that may appear. This session focuses on particular concepts and skills to take your relationship skills up, up, up!

People with strong relating skills:

Presented by:
Daniel Skarlicki
(Point Grey Campus)
Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 9:00am

Program Summary

In this highly interactive session, managers and leaders will explore how to make a difference in their departments or units amid uncertainty and change.

Audience

This session is primarily designed for AAPS members who are working in a management role with direct staff reports. Members who lead teams may also benefit. Come to this session with a personal challenge you would like to address. Not sure if this session is right for you? Please contact sarah.muff@ubc.ca.

Presented by:
Daniel Skarlicki
(Point Grey Campus)
Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 1:00pm

Program Summary

In this highly interactive session, attendees will learn how to increase their ability to influence others in a highly political context.

Audience

This session is designed for AAPS members whose work environments or projects are highly political. Come to this session with a personal challenge you would like to address. Not sure if this session is right for you? Please contact Sarah at sarah.muff@ubc.ca

Presented by:
Bob Joseph
(Okanagan Campus)
Friday, June 16, 2017 - 9:00am

Program Summary

In this training our goal is to help participants get beyond Indigenous awareness to practical skills and tools that can be applied everywhere.

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