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Communicating Through Active Engagement
In this webinar, Norm and Andrea will be exploring how actively engaged communication can enrich interpersonal relationships with clients and co-workers.

Some of the topics to be presented include: mattering, range, metaphors, creativity, movement, questioning strategies and paradoxical action.

These communication strategies are particularly relevant during a time when people are in the midst of a health / economic crisis.

As a contextual framework for exploration of communication strategies, they will be outlining an intervention process that begins with normalization (the Storm), an awareness of the trauma and emotional upheaval associated with unemployment. This will be followed by a shift towards health and well being (Weathering the Storm) and the need for resetting life/career balance.

They have been using this framework for service delivery and online training with a variety of groups. It is our intention in this webinar to leave people with a series of practical communication strategies that they can use with their clients during this period of upheaval and crisis. We will also briefly touch upon how some of this work can be applied within an organization.

Professional Standards Competency - Communication and interpersonal skills

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Australia

Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, ACT - 14:00
South Australia - 13:30
Queensland - 13:00
Northern Territory - 12:30
Western Australia - 11:00

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Nov 5, 2020 02:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Dr Norman Amundson
Professor Emeritus @University of British Columbia
Dr Amundson is Professor Emeritus at the University of British Columbia, Canada and a consultant with Doubleknot Works. He has given numerous workshops and has been a keynote speaker at many national and international conferences. In his writings, he emphasizes the importance of creativity, imagination, cultural awareness, positive affirmation, hope, and active engagement. He has authored many publications including a 2018 anniversary edition of his award-winning book, “Active Engagement”. Dr Amundson is currently working on several projects applying his active engagement approach to the current unemployment crisis. He has received many national and international awards for his work including an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Umea, Sweden.
Andrea Fruhling
@Doubleknot Works
Andrea Fruhling is a career coach, consultant, facilitator and founder of Doubleknot Works. Andrea supports Career Development Practitioners and organizations through consulting, resource development, training and coaching. She is also a Mentor Coach and instructor for the University of British Columbia's Organizational Coaching program. Andrea’s work is interactive with a focus on creativity, active strengths-based learning and team engagement. Andrea is a Certified Organizational Coach (UBC) with a Professional Certified Coach designation (ICF). She is also a creative thinker with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts (ECUAD). Andrea lives just outside of Vancouver, BC with her husband and three boys and enjoys collaborative art projects and applying her imagination to projects big and small.