How to put your best self forward in times of... (evening seminar)

How to put your best self forward in times of change
(evening seminar)
There is no doubt that Brisbane’s job market is in a state of
uncertainty. We all know someone who is dealing with major
restructures or redundancies. As communication professionals, we are
often critical to the change process as colleagues and employees look
to us for information or to play the advising role to senior managers on
how to better communicate a major change. During these times, it is
sometimes difficult to get heard and manage our own reputations.
These are challenging times. Whether you are directly affected or
managing a team of anxious employees, we are well aware of the
importance of putting our best face forward. At times it seems almost
impossible to dig deep within and keep going.
Tuesday 20 November 2012
5.30 pm for 6:00 pm start
concluding by 7.30pm
(Drinks and refreshments
The Brisbane Club
241 Adelaide St
(Business dress code applies.
Strictly no denim or sneakers)
At this event, two Executive Coaches will host an interactive session
giving you insights on how to be a respected professional throughout a
change process. Strategies covered will include:
How to become an effective manager of your own emotions
How to address gaps in information as you navigate a change
How to support staff who are coping with career changes
How to facilitate open communication from senior
If you are struggling to find your mojo and are experiencing added
pressures around a personal or organisational change process, then
this session is for you.
About your speakers
Maree Armansin is an influential, credible and effective organisational
development director. She brings practical solutions using flexible
delivery methods and styles. It is through group process that Maree
designs and delivers formal and informal interventions. Her work
assists organisations and individuals to achieve high level potentiality
and significant change in their lives. She is currently vice president of
the Queensland Counsellors Assoc., a qualified coach and holds two
Masters degrees in Social Science and Education.
Tess Brook is the founder of 1st call. As a highly sought after
Executive Coach in the finance, engineering and education sectors
Tess’s focus has shifted beyond “the process” to developing the
individual, team and company “soft skills”. Tess builds core
competencies areas such as decision making, managing change and
communication behaviours in order to enhance leadership, change
cultures and enable individuals and organsations to become conflict
Full time students $44
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How to put your best self forward in times of change.
(evening seminar)
Tuesday, 20 November 2012
5.30pm for a 6pm start, concluded by 7.30pm (Drinks and refreshment will be served)
The Brisbane Club, 241 Adelaide Street (Dress code applies)
No later than Monday, 19 November 2012
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