Good Things Happen: Communicating with Co-Workers for Positive Results!

Expand teamwork by creating a new level of team communication

In this skill-building workshop designed specifically for you so that you will:

  1. Gain insights about yourself and your co-workers
  2. Recognize your blind spots
  3. Develop skills to give clear effective feedback openly and candidly
  4. Learn how you unwittingly sabotage your own efforts
  5. Talk about the real issues – and not just what is on the surface
  6. Use full, radical listening
  7. Identify and eliminate the trigger words you use
  8. Learn tools to avoid getting defensive
  9. Practice giving and receiving feedback

The workshop is open to all faculty and staff. To review your professional development fund requirements, please go to our website for Faculty and staff; M&P, BCGEU and EA.

When:             June 19th

Time:               9am-4pm

Where:            EME 4218

Cost:                $275 includes workshop materials, lunch and beverages

This is a practical, easy to apply, highly interactive workshop. “Good Things Happen” applies powerful communication and influencing tools to your most critical, sensitive and important face-to-face conversations. You get the opportunity to practice your crucial conversations and receive specific, helpful feedback. This workshop gives you the versatility and the confidence to give feedback that increases clarity and improves understanding.

  • Food allergy, gluten-free, lactose.

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About the Facilitator; 

Joyanne Landers has gained a solid reputation over the last twenty-five years as a facilitator and trainer. Her clients describe her as “dynamic”, “powerful”, and “thought-provoking.” She builds on her wide-ranging experience guiding leaders and employees in the public and private sectors throughout Canada to create shifts in the way they relate to their work and their colleagues.


She stimulates participants to challenge their perceptions. Joyanne has the ability to lead workshops that are practical and easy to apply in real-world situations. Her plain talk, humour, and boundless enthusiasm are contagious.