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Stress Management Video Conference

English
Learning Objectives: To help participants identify stress in the workplace or in their own personal experiences. To understand the impact that it has on one’s health and effective steps for reducing it. Course Content: What is stress? Understanding how different stress affects everyone Knowing yourself Steps for effectively reducing stress Conducting a stress analysis Asserting your rights Learning to say “no” Looking after your health Enjoying your day at work Moving forward

Time Management and Priorities - Videoconference

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Learning Objectives:

  • Review work habits to best use your time
  • Learn to master time management
  • Learn to work according to priorities

Course Content:

•My Personal Choice

•My motives and my preferences

•The balance in my life

•The laws of time

•Analyze the Use of my Time

•My work habits

•My productive periods

•Mail and meetings

•Know your business (role, challenges, threats and opportunities)

•Urgent and important "unsharing"

Stress Management - Videoconference Qikiqtaaluk Region

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Target Audience: General Learning Objectives: •To help participants identify stress in the workplace or in their own personal experiences. •To understand the impact that it has on one’s health and effective steps for reducing it. Course Content: •What is stress? •Understanding personality differences •Knowing yourself •Steps for effectively reducing stress •Conducting a stress analysis •Asserting your rights •Learning to say “no” •Looking after your health •Turning your day into laughter, fun and play •Moving forward

CULTURAL ORIENTATION

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The cultural orientation portion of this workshop will focus on: - Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Principles - Traditional Knowledge - Traditional activity The objective of this workshop is to provide employees an opportunity to better understand services within the Government of Nunavut. Registration is based on a first come, first serve basis. Workshops with fewer than 5 people will be cancelled

Employee Orientation

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The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer an Employee Orientation workshop which focuses on: •History of Nunavut •Introduction to the Government of Nunavut •Public Service Training Programs/Courses •Workplace Wellness •Pay & Benefits •Employee Relations •Return to Work

Retirement Planning - Videoconferce

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Retirement is a major event, that many people do not adequately plan for. . Planning for retirement will assist in ensuring that they are carefree as possible. A retirement plan is more than maximizing your financial resources and guessing about your economic needs. It is to plan your lifestyle, what interests you want to pursue and how you can achieve this within the economic resources available to you.

Strategic Thinking and Planning

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Strategic Thinking and Planning

To develop, strengthen and encourage strategic thinking and understand factors that build strategic

alliances and partnerships:

Course Content:

Know why a Strategic Plan is necessary.

Learn the key steps in leading a strategic plan preparation.

Understand ho\V and why to use expert resource {internal and external).

Understand the importance of individual and team effort in strategic planning

Learn how to set realistic, achievable goals in building a strategic plan.

Conflict Resolution - Cape Dorset

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To help participants understand that conflict is the normal outgrowth of the diversity that

characterizes our thoughts, attitudes, beliefs and perceptions and that each of us has the power

over whether conflict becomes a negative or positive experience

Course Content:

o Reviewing the factors leading to conflict

o Examining conflict 1nanagement strategies

o Six ways to tum conflict into feuds

o Factors that affect conflict resolution

o Examining the positive aspects of conflict

o A new look at conflict

Building Relationships through Reconciliaton: Indigenous Cultural Competency

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Please note:

Exact workshop dates and locations are to be determined. If you are interested in attending the Indigenous Cultural Competence worskhop, please submit your application to icc@gov.nu.ca  

When there are enough applications for a particular community, the workshop will be scheduled and you will be contacted to confirm your attendance.