Series 2: Collaboration and Teamwork Tuneup

Your workplace probably looks different than it did two years ago — to say a lot has changed would be an understatement!  Whether you are working from home, in-person, or in a hybrid role, you may be feeling uncertain about how you can get things done, navigate interpersonal differences, and continue to build strong professional relationships in this new landscape.  Or maybe you have noticed that no matter how good your ideas are, you just can’t seem to get them off the ground because no one else understands them.  No matter how many times you repeat yourself, you’re hitting a wall somehow.  (Sound familiar?  We get it!)

Our Collaboration and Teamwork Tuneup is the ideal accompaniment to this ‘back to school’ season.  We have packed a 5 week program with the essential communication and collaboration skills you need to find the barriers to understanding and being understood in your SETT workplace, getting things done with others, and increasing your enjoyment of working in teams.  

Highly recommended for Science Engineering Trades and Technology students, recent grads, and early-to-mid career SETT professionals.  We highlight the unique challenges that women and other historically-excluded groups face in SETT workplaces, and recommend strategies that will change that landscape and allow everyone to contribute their greatest potential.  SETT women will benefit from this knowledge and their allies are welcome to join us!  All sessions are 90 minutes in length, run on Zoom, and are presented live by a knowledgeable and skilled facilitator who specializes in helping early to mid-career SETT women claim their power, and go get what they want out of their SETT career!  Bring your questions and prepare to connect with some great fellow learners from other industries and companies all across Canada.

All sessions are 1 – 2.30 pm ET, 3:30-4:00 pm EST, 12:00-1:30 pm CT, 11:00-12:30 pm MT, or 10:00-11:30 pm PT.  Collaboration and Teamwork Tuneup is 5 online sessions, each 90 minutes long, and for the 2021 fall semester:

  • Exploring Communication Styles, October 5
  • Collaborating through Generations, October 12
  • Working with Challenging People, October 19
  • Difficult to Effective Conversations, October 26
  • Fundamentals of Leading Change, November 2

We regret that we cannot reschedule or offer credits for sessions you cannot attend. Please purchase individual tickets for the sessions you would like if that works better for you.