Come and interact with Kathleen Johnston, PHEc in this exciting webinar. Here's what Kathleen will be talking about:
"In my work as a Career Counsellor/Coach I invite clients to describe what motivates them - what moves them to action. A common response is their desire to “make a difference.” When invited to provide details about what that looks like however, they often struggle to articulate a response.
Merriam Webster’s online dictionary defines making a difference as: to cause a change; to be important in some way; to do something that helps people, or makes the world a better place.
This webinar will help you identify exactly how YOU make a difference through your work as a PHEc. You will consider what binds PHEc’s together as professionals and how the Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory applies to your unique professional role.
Discussions will include your PHEc work in paid or unpaid roles as we explore:
· what you are doing? (occupational role: specific assignments/undertakings, tasks, etc.)
· how you are being? (your approach: underlying beliefs/intentions/style/tactics/methods, etc.)
· how to recognize where you’re “making a difference,” e.g. which system, based on Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory"
Kathleen Johnston, Career Strategist is a Professional Human Ecologist, Professional Certified Coach, Canadian Certified Counselling Therapist and Certified Stress Consultant with a significant background in management and leadership roles.
Her enthusiasm and energy for career development supports and inspires individuals to experience success by living and working from their essence, character and principles.
NOTE: The AHEA Spring 2020 webinar series is open to all AHEA members. A zoom webinar link will be sent to you before the webinar date. If there are handouts from the presenter, these will also be emailed to you.
Sponsored by Alberta Wheat