Increasing Resilience Through Times of Change

The Conference Board of Canada, May 15, 2018
Recorded Webinar
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This webinar is for organizations that are going through change or transitions and organizations where employees are under stress due to factors such as work overload and anticipated changes such as a merger or acquisition.

Webinar Highlights

The webinar focuses on:

  1. Defining change and transition
  2. Dealing with stress associated with uncertainty and change
  3. How to effectively make transitions
  4. Strategies to manage stress & build resilience

About Emma

Emma Geoghegan, M.Ed., R. Psych, Niagara Institute Associate Defining Solutions Inc.

Photo of Emma GeogheganEmma Geoghegan is a psychologist, who for the past 20 years, has been helping individuals reach their career and personal goals. More recently she has taken her passion for helping individuals to thrive and extending this to organizations. Emma regularly presents on a wide range of topics such as, stress management, change and transition, building resiliency and managing conflict in order to create psychologically healthy workplaces. She also works with leaders as an Executive Coach to help them capitalize on their strengths, enhance their skills, and to lead successfully. Emma, has worked as a member of the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Committee to assess workplaces in order to enhance the work environment for employees.

Currently she is an adjunct faculty member for the Centre for the Center for Creative Leadership and an Executive Coach for the Niagara Institute, a branch of the Conference Board of Canada.

Emma holds a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from the Faculty of Educational Psychology & Leadership at the University of Victoria. She is a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and a member of the Psychological Association of Alberta.

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