The British Columbia Chapter of the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists presents our final education session for 2020. The session will be preceded by a short chapter meeting, all are invited to attend.
For most, resilience is not something that we’re born with—it develops over time as we acquire knowledge, perspective, and self-management skills. In a year that has been challenging for most of us, in this session we will understand the role stress plays in our life, along with a unique approach to resilience and the associated components. How do we define resilience, and how does it affect our self-awareness? Darren Steeves will lead an engaging presentation which will provide thoughtful tools and tips on how to strengthen our own resilience.
Darren’s purpose is to help as many people and organizations as time will allow. Darren is a professional Exercise Physiologist and has worked in the health and performance field for nearly 25 years. He is the owner of a high-performance consulting company in Halifax and has consulted within corporations, top level executives, Olympic Medalists, World Champion athletes and attended the Rio games as a sport scientist with team Canada.
Darren has a weekly column on resilience in the Chronicle Herald and his most recent book can be found on Amazon “Are you ready?”. Darren is an adjunct professor in the school of health and human performance at Dalhousie and has conducted research in sport and resilience. Currently Darren is leading a large-scale project in resilience in university age students.
Thursday, November 19, 2020
8:00 - 8:15 am - Chapter Meeting (all are invited to attend)
8:15 - 9:15 am - Session
Registration is now closed. Login information will be emailed to you on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.