Engineers and Geoscientists BC is hosting a 4-part webinar series for women in leadership roles, and two workshops on introducing Indigenous cultural safety into the workplace. These courses aim to improve leadership communications and foster diversity and inclusion.
The Women in Leadership Series is a 4-part webinar series scheduled to take place between January 19 and February 9, 2022. The webinars will discuss the importance of communicating with clarity and intention, adopting a powerful vocal and physical presence, and building an authentic and strategic leadership brand.
Participants can register for some or all of the webinars. Series registration also includes one-year access to a self-learning course, which aims to support virtual leadership communication.
To learn more about the series, or to register, visit the Event page or email Tasha Booth at [email protected].
In addition to the 4-part series, Engineers and Geoscientists BC is also hosting two webinar-workshops facilitated by The Indigenous Perspectives Society. The first, Building Local Relationships, scheduled for November 24, will explore ways organizations can build strengths in areas that impact relationships with Indigenous individuals, organizations, and communities. The second, Recruitment and Retention of Indigenous People, scheduled for December 1, 2021, will provide strategies for employers seeking to connect with Indigenous candidates and build capacity of Indigenous employees at work.
To learn more about these workshops, or to register, visit the Event page or email Allison Smith at [email protected].
The Events page lists upcoming webinars and on-demand offerings through the Online Learning Centre. To suggest future topics or speakers, email [email protected].