Posts tagged Mindfulness
#whatnow

I caught a glimpse into #whatnow produced by Alley Theatre in partnership with Good Night Out Vancouver. The workshop production provides a safe space to explore feelings that result from sexual assault and harassment.

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Disrupt HR YVR 2019

As the sun set brilliantly over Vancouver on Thursday night, I was at Science World with hundreds of other HR enthusiasts and professionals at Disrupt HR YVR. The event included Pecha Kucha style presentations focused on mindfulness, leadership and the environment. Talent Advisor for the Vancouver Airport Authority, Emma Bradford, made one of my favourite statements: "I know you hate lunchtime yoga - I do too."

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Thank you 2018, let's move onwards and upwards!

None of us have built careers alone; we are all standing (teetering at times) on the shoulders of giants. This was my first year truly focused on providing the services I had intended through Leading Presence. If it wasn't for colleagues and supportive friends I wouldn't n have had the gumption to set the goals I have intended for the new year. I'm grateful every day for the hope that thoughtful people have given me.

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Explore Patricia Piccinini's Curious Imaginings

In case this winter day finds you in Vancouver BC, set your expectations aside and explore Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Imaginings art installation at the Patricia Hotel – today is the last day! 

Thoughtfully displayed in an East Vancouver hotel with a footprint of more than 100 years on the city’s landscape, this captivating art exhibit challenges your perception of animal form, visual space and human emotion.

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Recovery and Resilience

Let today serve as a reminder that all people are managing some measure of trauma.  You may never know what that means in its simplest form, but that doesn’t change the fact that recovery is taking place.  Workplace bullying, the defeat that comes from unfair hiring practices, and physical workplace injuries are only a few examples of the stresses people carry with them when they say, “good morning.”

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