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Webinars for career development professionals in June 2023

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The following webinars, taking place in June and hosted by a variety of organizations, will explore topics including workplace psychological safety, social cognitive career theory, 2SLGBTQI+ inclusion and more.

Looking for more learning opportunities? Don’t miss our spring conferences roundup, with upcoming events for June.

How to Design Online Learning Communities (TeachOnline.ca)

June 1

By promoting the development of communities that prioritize higher-order learning, the Community of Inquiry (CoI) theoretical framework provides guidance for faculty, instructors and instructional designers seeking to create effective online and blended learning environments. In this webinar, two researchers in the field will share how to establish meaningful learning through activity in all four components of the CoI framework.

Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (NSCDA)

June 6

Participants will gain an understanding of the legal obligations for employers to provide a psychologically safe workplace and their obligations for addressing risks to psychological well-being within the workplace. Participants will be provided with tools to guide them in assessing and mitigating risks for psychosocial risks in the workplace.

Building Future-Proof Competencies in HR (CPHR Manitoba)

June 6

This webinar will provide an overview of how competencies like data literacy and digital agility are impacting the way human resources operates – and how HR departments can upskill themselves to be more future-proof.

Social Cognitive Career Theory: Connecting career counselling with research (CICA)

June 7

This webinar will explore ways that career practitioners can update their knowledge regarding this theory and apply empirical evidence to guide their work with clients and develop outreach programs. SCCT-informed career counselling strategies will be highlighted, such as identifying career concerns, developing self-efficacy and clarifying outcome expectations, setting and implementing appropriate career goals, gathering environmental supports and coping with anticipated barriers.

DEI stories of success: 2SLGBTQI+ inclusion and more. (Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion)

June 8

How can organizations demonstrate allyship towards individuals identifying as 2SLGBTQI+? DEI leaders discuss Canada’s first Federal 2SLGBTQI+ Action plan and share success stories of initiatives that lead to creating an inclusive and psychologically safe space for individuals identifying as 2SLGBTQI+.

How Do You Upskill and Reskill Your Learning and Development Team for the Future of Work? (Brandon Hall Group)

June 15

A panel of experts representing learning and development organizations that have prepared for the future of work with share what’s worked for them and offer recommendations for supercharging the skillset of learning and development teams.

Enhancing the Employee Experience: The Role HR Plays in DEI (CPHR NB)

June 15

This webinar will examine why understanding what your people are thinking and feeling is imperative for driving transformational changes that significantly impact workplace culture, talent, job performance and productivity. Strategies will also be explored on how HR professionals can improve their people operations, how DEI impacts various parts of the employee’s lifecycle, and how to create a people-first and inclusive culture for a more engaged workforce.

7 Practice Supervision Approaches to Support Career Development (APCDA)

June 15/16

As career life becomes ever more complex from an intra-personal and person and environmental perspective, we need sound, quality, founded and ethical supervision in career services delivery, career services design, practice standards and policy, coupled with personalized continuing development for every career development practitioner. This webinar aims to create awareness, dispel myths and articulate the benefits of career practitioner supervision.

How to Find a Career You Love (Harvard Business Review)

June 22

In his most recent book – Love+Work: How to Find What You Love, Love What You Do, and Do It for the Rest of Your Life –webinar presenter Marcus Buckingham focuses on helping individuals where they’re at their best, both at work and in life. In this webinar, Buckingham will share a roadmap for finding and infusing love into work and careers.

Make Your Program a Magnet! How to Go Beyond Social Media to Recruit the Hard-to-Employ! (NAWDP)

June 27

Larry Robbin will present on how to turn recruitment challenges into waiting lists using private-sector marketing and sales strategies.

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Lindsay Purchase is the Editor of CERIC’s CareerWise website and CareerWise Weekly newsletter. She has a background in journalism, having worked previously as a digital editor and reporter. Lindsay is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Global Studies program and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Food Security certificate program.
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Lindsay Purchase is the Editor of CERIC’s CareerWise website and CareerWise Weekly newsletter. She has a background in journalism, having worked previously as a digital editor and reporter. Lindsay is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Global Studies program and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Food Security certificate program.
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