This February, we’ll be offering a 2-part workshop series for UBC’s professional association (AAPS) called: “The ‘I’ in Team: How to show up for our teams and ourselves in the new world of work.”
The last few years have been a whirlwind of change asking us to grow and do things differently as teams, and as the individuals who make up those teams. The pandemic, EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion), mental health considerations, and the complexities of hybrid work, have all asked us to recalibrate how we show up for our work and for each other in the workplace.
- How do we effectively integrate these various elements within ourselves and within our teams?
- How do we continue to do our work while the world asks new things of our jobs and professional identities?
- How do we maintain ourselves and our boundaries while still being a meaningful contributor to the team (or leader of the team)?
- How do we be thoughtful, inclusive, and productive team members without burning out?
Over the course of 2 workshops this series will explore these questions while building capacity to support you in navigating what the new world of work asks of your team while helping you clarify what you as a team member need to show up in this space –without losing yourself in the process.