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Getting (Re)Lit for Educators: Stepping Back Into the Classroom Better Than Ever
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The (Re)Connection Revolution: All We Need Is You—Regina
In our biggest event to date, we’ll talk about relationship, trauma, compassion fatigue, and mostly that we are wired for it all. I want you to leave this day not just motivated, but transformed, before you step back into the classroom. I have some sweet surprises planned and I promise you, it will be epic!
The (Re)Connection Revolution: Well-Behaved Women Never Made History Edition
Sat, 6 April 2019 | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PMMacKenzie Art GalleryRegina, SK GET YOUR TICKETS! You friggin matter. More than anyone on the planet. If you’re not okay, then the people you love, lead, and teach don’t stand a chance. Join us for a day that is all about you. A day where we will […]
The (Re)Connection Revolution: First Responders & Their Back Up
This day is designed to inspire, renew your soul, and kick you in the ass, all rolled up with a lot of laughter and maybe a few tears. We will talk about the science behind relationships and what it looks like in the connections (and disconnections) that we have with our babies, our teens, our partners, our moms, and our colleagues. Connection is a universal language and disconnection is the biggest problem we face today. We will review the “Five Keys to (Re)Connecting” to the ones you love, and most importantly, we will talk about how we practice this understanding that “you first” isn’t always possible, but that “you too” is critical to the relationships that mean the most to you.
This day, we will look after all the heroes who do this brave work of helping people at their most vulnerable — those who do frontline work (paid or volunteer) and those who hold them. We’ll talk about how this job can affect a whole family — and remind each of you why you matter to our communities, and mostly to each other.