We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that the sessions are free to attend and parking is also provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all six sessions or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m..

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered march 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that the sessions are free to attend and parking is also provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all six sessions or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m..

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered March 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that the sessions are free to attend and parking is also provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all six sessions or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m..

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered March 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that the sessions are free to attend and parking is also provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all six sessions or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m..

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered March 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that the sessions are free to attend and parking is also provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all six sessions or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m..

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered march 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are delighted to introduce Employment Drop-in Sessions for 2023. Designed specifically for Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals, these sessions aim to provide a space for learning and practicing essential pre-employment skills on an as-needed basis.

Each week, our skilled Employment Program Facilitators will dive into a different aspect of the job-search journey providing attendees a diverse set of strategies and skills to develop, practice and build on.

The sessions consist of a short, informative presentation that provide practical tips, recommendations and advice on the topic of the day. Attendees will have the opportunity to put their newfound knowledge into action by practicing these new skills with the support of the facilitator and other attendees.

The sessions are in-person at The Ability Hub located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre at 3820 24th Avenue NW. The best part is that they are free to attend and parking is provided at no cost to participants.

You can choose to attend all of them or pick the ones that align with your interest or greatest need, no advance registration is required.

All sessions will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and a Sinneave Program Facilitator will be available to support participants until 3:00 p.m.

Sessions run weekly, every Wednesday starting February 8 through May 17, 2023. Each topic will be offered at least twice, so if you miss the first date, you can catch the second.

Topics and corresponding dates are below:

Career Exploration
Offered February 8, March 22, May 10

Are you unsure of what job might be a good fit for you? In this session, we will discuss ways that you can think about your skills, strengths and interests and use those to inform what jobs would be interesting to you, might be a good fit for you, and help you develop a strategy to begin your search.

Résumé Building
Offered February 15, March 29, May 17

Do you have a resume? Has it been a while since someone had a chance to review it? Or maybe you have new work experience but you are unsure of the best way to update your resume. In this session we’ll learn how you can make sure that your resume is up to date and application-ready.

Cover Letter Writing
Offered February 22, April 5

What is a cover letter? Do you really need one? What does it include and why is it important for job applications? This session will cover all of that and more so you can learn how to use a cover letter to help you stand out against other applicants.

Interview Preparation
Offered march 1, April 12

Do you find interviews challenging? Do you get nervous and feel unprepared even though you know you are a good fit for the job? In this session we will discuss how to prepare for an interview and how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions.

Job Search Strategies
Offered March 8, April 19

Searching for a job can be stressful and take up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to!  In this session you will learn a variety of strategies to help you plan and manage your job search process effectively.

Disclosure & Workplace Accommodations
Offered March 15, May 3

What is disclosure and why talk about it? This session provides an opportunity for participants to discuss the topic of disclosing their diagnosis/need for a workplace flexibility (accommodation) to their employer.

 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Email info@sinneavefoundation.org or call us 403 210-5000

We are pleased to bring back our series of stand alone “Work on Your Communication” workshops for 2023! These workshops are designed to provide Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals opportunities to learn and practice essential social communication skills.

Each 90-minute workshop will cover a different aspect of communication, providing information, tips and strategies on connecting and thriving in social situations. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, receive feedback and mentorship in a small group setting.

All sessions are conducted in-person at The Ability Hub, located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre (3820 24th Avenue NW). There is no cost to attend and we’ll even cover your parking.

Advance registration is not required and you only need to attend the sessions that interest you. All sessions begin promptly at 4:00 p.m.

The workshop topics and dates are as follows:

Tuesday, January 24 – Non-verbal Communication: Learning how to tell if others want to talk with you.
Do you find it challenging to know if people are interested and willing to talk with you? In this session, we’ll talk about non-verbal communication and learn some of the visual cues and strategies you can use to find out.

Tuesday, January 31 – Strategies for Entering Conversations: Easy ways to start or join social conversations.
We know that starting a conversation or joining in a conversation that is already underway can be difficult. In this session, we’ll learn and practice a few strategies to help you enter into conversations more confidently.

Tuesday, February 7 – Strategies for Exiting Conversations: Easy ways to end or leave a conversation.
How do you end or leave a conversation when it’s time to go? In this session, we’ll talk about strategies you can learn and practice to help you leave a conversation or end a conversation in tactful ways.

Tuesday, February 14 – Establishing Social Connections: 5 Pro-tips for successful social relationships.
Meeting new people and making friends isn’t always easy. In this session, we’ll share 5 tips you can practice and use when it comes to making friends and maintaining social relationships.

Tuesday, February 21 – Conversation 101: How to discover what you have in common with others.
Do you find small talk challenging? Do you sometimes find it difficult to connect with people and find common things to talk about? In this session, we’ll cover the basics of conversation and offer tips and strategies to assist you in finding common ground and talking points with others.

Tuesday, February 28 – Handling Disagreements: Top tips for keeping your cool.
Do you get frustrated when someone disagrees with you? Do you find it difficult to stay calm and composed? In this session, we’ll talk about conflict and share the top tips to help you keep your cool when you’re in the middle of a disagreement and strategies to help you work through it.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@sinneavefoundation.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

We are pleased to bring back our series of stand alone “Work on Your Communication” workshops for 2023! These workshops are designed to provide Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals opportunities to learn and practice essential social communication skills.

Each 90-minute workshop will cover a different aspect of communication, providing information, tips and strategies on connecting and thriving in social situations. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, receive feedback and mentorship in a small group setting.

All sessions are conducted in-person at The Ability Hub, located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre (3820 24th Avenue NW). There is no cost to attend and we’ll even cover your parking.

Advance registration is not required and you only need to attend the sessions that interest you. All sessions begin promptly at 4:00 p.m.

The workshop topics and dates are as follows:

Tuesday, January 24 – Non-verbal Communication: Learning how to tell if others want to talk with you.
Do you find it challenging to know if people are interested and willing to talk with you? In this session, we’ll talk about non-verbal communication and learn some of the visual cues and strategies you can use to find out.

Tuesday, January 31 – Strategies for Entering Conversations: Easy ways to start or join social conversations.
We know that starting a conversation or joining in a conversation that is already underway can be difficult. In this session, we’ll learn and practice a few strategies to help you enter into conversations more confidently.

Tuesday, February 7 – Strategies for Exiting Conversations: Easy ways to end or leave a conversation.
How do you end or leave a conversation when it’s time to go? In this session, we’ll talk about strategies you can learn and practice to help you leave a conversation or end a conversation in tactful ways.

Tuesday, February 14 – Establishing Social Connections: 5 Pro-tips for successful social relationships.
Meeting new people and making friends isn’t always easy. In this session, we’ll share 5 tips you can practice and use when it comes to making friends and maintaining social relationships.

Tuesday, February 21 – Conversation 101: How to discover what you have in common with others.
Do you find small talk challenging? Do you sometimes find it difficult to connect with people and find common things to talk about? In this session, we’ll cover the basics of conversation and offer tips and strategies to assist you in finding common ground and talking points with others.

Tuesday, February 28 – Handling Disagreements: Top tips for keeping your cool.
Do you get frustrated when someone disagrees with you? Do you find it difficult to stay calm and composed? In this session, we’ll talk about conflict and share the top tips to help you keep your cool when you’re in the middle of a disagreement and strategies to help you work through it.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@sinneavefoundation.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

We are pleased to bring back our series of stand alone “Work on Your Communication” workshops for 2023! These workshops are designed to provide Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals opportunities to learn and practice essential social communication skills.

Each 90-minute workshop will cover a different aspect of communication, providing information, tips and strategies on connecting and thriving in social situations. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, receive feedback and mentorship in a small group setting.

All sessions are conducted in-person at The Ability Hub, located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre (3820 24th Avenue NW). There is no cost to attend and we’ll even cover your parking.

Advance registration is not required and you only need to attend the sessions that interest you. All sessions begin promptly at 4:00 p.m.

The workshop topics and dates are as follows:

Tuesday, January 24 – Non-verbal Communication: Learning how to tell if others want to talk with you.
Do you find it challenging to know if people are interested and willing to talk with you? In this session, we’ll talk about non-verbal communication and learn some of the visual cues and strategies you can use to find out.

Tuesday, January 31 – Strategies for Entering Conversations: Easy ways to start or join social conversations.
We know that starting a conversation or joining in a conversation that is already underway can be difficult. In this session, we’ll learn and practice a few strategies to help you enter into conversations more confidently.

Tuesday, February 7 – Strategies for Exiting Conversations: Easy ways to end or leave a conversation.
How do you end or leave a conversation when it’s time to go? In this session, we’ll talk about strategies you can learn and practice to help you leave a conversation or end a conversation in tactful ways.

Tuesday, February 14 – Establishing Social Connections: 5 Pro-tips for successful social relationships.
Meeting new people and making friends isn’t always easy. In this session, we’ll share 5 tips you can practice and use when it comes to making friends and maintaining social relationships.

Tuesday, February 21 – Conversation 101: How to discover what you have in common with others.
Do you find small talk challenging? Do you sometimes find it difficult to connect with people and find common things to talk about? In this session, we’ll cover the basics of conversation and offer tips and strategies to assist you in finding common ground and talking points with others.

Tuesday, February 28 – Handling Disagreements: Top tips for keeping your cool.
Do you get frustrated when someone disagrees with you? Do you find it difficult to stay calm and composed? In this session, we’ll talk about conflict and share the top tips to help you keep your cool when you’re in the middle of a disagreement and strategies to help you work through it.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@sinneavefoundation.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

We are pleased to bring back our series of stand alone “Work on Your Communication” workshops for 2023! These workshops are designed to provide Autistic and Neurodivergent individuals opportunities to learn and practice essential social communication skills.

Each 90-minute workshop will cover a different aspect of communication, providing information, tips and strategies on connecting and thriving in social situations. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, receive feedback and mentorship in a small group setting.

All sessions are conducted in-person at The Ability Hub, located on the 3rd floor of the Child Development Centre (3820 24th Avenue NW). There is no cost to attend and we’ll even cover your parking.

Advance registration is not required and you only need to attend the sessions that interest you. All sessions begin promptly at 4:00 p.m.

The workshop topics and dates are as follows:

Tuesday, January 24 – Non-verbal Communication: Learning how to tell if others want to talk with you.
Do you find it challenging to know if people are interested and willing to talk with you? In this session, we’ll talk about non-verbal communication and learn some of the visual cues and strategies you can use to find out.

Tuesday, January 31 – Strategies for Entering Conversations: Easy ways to start or join social conversations.
We know that starting a conversation or joining in a conversation that is already underway can be difficult. In this session, we’ll learn and practice a few strategies to help you enter into conversations more confidently.

Tuesday, February 7 – Strategies for Exiting Conversations: Easy ways to end or leave a conversation.
How do you end or leave a conversation when it’s time to go? In this session, we’ll talk about strategies you can learn and practice to help you leave a conversation or end a conversation in tactful ways.

Tuesday, February 14 – Establishing Social Connections: 5 Pro-tips for successful social relationships.
Meeting new people and making friends isn’t always easy. In this session, we’ll share 5 tips you can practice and use when it comes to making friends and maintaining social relationships.

Tuesday, February 21 – Conversation 101: How to discover what you have in common with others.
Do you find small talk challenging? Do you sometimes find it difficult to connect with people and find common things to talk about? In this session, we’ll cover the basics of conversation and offer tips and strategies to assist you in finding common ground and talking points with others.

Tuesday, February 28 – Handling Disagreements: Top tips for keeping your cool.
Do you get frustrated when someone disagrees with you? Do you find it difficult to stay calm and composed? In this session, we’ll talk about conflict and share the top tips to help you keep your cool when you’re in the middle of a disagreement and strategies to help you work through it.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@sinneavefoundation.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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