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Date

Feb 18 2020

Time

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

$20 - $50

CAAWS Women & Leadership Workshop Series

Join us for our 2020 CAAWS Women & Leadership Workshop Series! Facilitated by Jennifer Fenton & Joanne Stygall Lotz

About this Event

About the Program: CAAWS’s Women and Leadership Program consists of a series of six professional development sessions that blend theory with practical applications, and provide an opportunity for women working or volunteering in the sport or physical activity sector to share experiences, reflect on ideas and apply specific techniques. These workshops are highly relevant for today’s young professionals and experienced leaders. The sessions also allow for networking opportunities among participants.

PacificSport Fraser Valley will host 3 of those 6 sessions over the next three months. We invite women (ages 16+) from all corners of the sport and physical activity sectors (and beyond) to join us for professional development, idea-sharing, and networking over the course of 3 informative and inspiring nights. So, if you are a coach, administrator, official, athlete, we’d love to see you there!

Workshop dates and descriptions are below.

Workshops are $20 each, OR you can attend all 3 for $50! Each workshop can earn you NCCP Professional Development points – be sure to enter your NCCP number upon checkout.


Leading with Confidence – Tuesday, February 18, 6pm-9pm

PacificSport Office @ Langley Events Centre

Unit 109 – 7888 200 Street, Langley

During this interactive workshop, participants will explore the experiences of female leaders, reflect on the value of sport and physical activity in their leadership journey, and consider how they can further develop their skills to be strong leaders now and in the future.

• Examine the equity gap in Canada’s sport leadership

• Focus on confidence as an essential leadership skill

• Discuss how to communicate with confidence

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Effective Networking – Monday, March 9, 5pm-9pm

Meeting Room A @ Langley Events Centre

7888 200 Street, Langley

*International Women’s Day Event*

• Keynote speaker

• Dinner provided

• Giveaways

Strong networking skills can be a valuable tool, both personally and professionally. From building organizational partnerships to knowing about upcoming events, building your network is a long-term investment with great payoffs.

• Explore the value of networking

• Discuss in-person and online networks

• Identify strategies to build and maintain your network

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Conflict Management – Monday, April 6, 6pm-9pm

PacificSport Office @ Langley Events Centre

Unit 109 – 7888 200 Street, Langley

Conflict, in its many forms, is an inevitable part of our personal and professional lives. This workshop will ensure participants can understand and resolve conflict professionally.

• Consider sources of conflict and the cost of leaving conflict unresolved

• Consider five styles for dealing with conflict, identify your preferred style, and discuss situations when each style should be employed

• Review tips for effective conflict management