Western Alumni Career Management invites you to join distinguished facilitator Peter Sherriff for Strategies for Resilience and Success.
Many people consider resilience to be one of the key building blocks for success in overcoming challenges. Resilient people demonstrate great flexibility, high energy, mental agility, and consistently perform at their highest level in all areas of their life. Join us for this interactive session to learn how self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and stress management all play key roles in making us more successful in both our professional and personal lives.
Note: please plan to arrive a few minutes early to settle in with your meal for a noon start time. Out of respect for all of our participants and the facilitator, please plan to stay until the session ends at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets are $30 per person and include lunch. Please register online by Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Please note, we are unable to provide refunds for
cancellations to this session.
Peter has been with the Ontario Public Service for over 30 years, and has held Senior Leadership and Management positions in several different provincial ministries. Peter was previously the Deputy Director and the Chief Instructor of the Leadership Development Unit at the Ontario Police College (OPC). Prior to joining the OPC, he was the Regional Manager with The Centre For Leadership and Learning.
Peter's passion is helping learners engage in active learning. His background is in Leadership Development, Facilitation, Organizational Effectiveness, Strategic Planning, Change Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Executive Coaching. He is a Master Facilitator, and led Ontario's Pre-Budget Consultation, and was the Lead Facilitator for the Postsecondary Education Review with former Premier Bob Rae.
Peter has a certificate in Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
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