Connect to Others

Nov 27, 2018—Vancouver, BC: We invite you to join us on Thursday, November 30th for the third installment of our online workshop series in partnership with the UBC Learning Circle.

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Connecting to Others is presented by IndigenEYEZ facilitator Jeska Slater. This webinar focuses on connecting to others in Indigenous ways. We will share oral histories and stories that embody the traditional values that breathe life back into our communities. Participants will learn about essential means of connecting including deep listening, strength-based communication, appreciative inquiry, and celebrating successes.

This session will:

  • Share insights and activities that support us to enhance our relationships and navigate challenging ones.
  • Discuss patterns and ways of being in our communities that are a result of residential schools and colonization.
  • Encourage participants to go deeper in identifying the masks and triggers that prevent us from showing up authentically.

 
What will this online webinar be like? Visit the full series playlist here or check out the second installment, Connecting To Community, here:

 

Everyone is welcome to participate in the free webinar.

Date: November 30th, 2018 (PST)
Time: 10 to 11:30 am
Where: Videoconference OR internet webinar
Registration: required to participate

 

 Register Now!

 

 Questions?
email Cole Daley at cole.daley@ubc.ca

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