Resilience in Academia

Date:  May 5, 2021  (1200 pm – 100 pm)   *All times indicated are Eastern.

This program comes at a crucial time when faculty, staff, and students have finished a difficult term, mostly delivered online.  While many have adjusted to online and distant delivery, learning, and research, challenges remain that can test us – our patience, ability to be collaborative and engaged, and of course, our ability to cope.

Join Hayley Hesseln, PhD for this one-hour webinar which examines key emotional qualities that enhance or undermine resilience and adaptability in an academic setting. We present three important aspects of hardiness including challenge, control, and commitment, and discuss their importance in promoting resiliency within an academic setting.  We also present reliable strategies to improve your resilience and to help your students.

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify factors that affect resilience
  • Develop strategies to promote hardiness
  • Implement practices that enhance personal and professional resilience

We will present the research and facts related to hardiness during the first 20 minutes, followed by 25 minutes exploring strategies and exercises, with a 15-minute Q & A at the end.  The program is interactive, and we invite participation throughout the presentation.

What you will receive:

  • Slide deck handout with references
  • Exercise booklet for each participant

Facilitator:  Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC

Hayley has dedicated her 20-year career as a university professor to teaching and learning.   She is co-founder of EI Advantage and responsible for its curriculum development for in-house and e-learning delivery.  She is an economist and professor at the University of Saskatchewan with extensive experience working with indigenous communities in the North.  Hayley is an alumnus of the Royal Roads University Executive Coaching program in Victoria, BC, Canada, and a Member of the International Coaching Federation.  She received the Master Teacher designation from the University of Saskatchewan in 2017 and the Medal of Bravery from the Governor-General of Canada in 2018.

Pricing:  $31.50 CAD (includes GST)

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