Paths to Greater Success
LOCAL2 Staff for local2 sault ste. marie
October 1st, 2012 at 9:51am
The John Howard Society of Sault Ste. Marie & District is pleased to invite employees and members of the community to participate in Paths to Greater Success. These dynamic and interactive workshops will give individuals the tools needed to succeed in every aspect of both their professional and personal lives.
Increased morale, confident employees, reduced time loss from office politics, decreased stress levels, lower absenteeism rates and increased customer satisfaction are a few of the benefits of this program. “Amazing would be an understatement,” Amy Warick stated as she described her experience with the program. Warick, a volunteer at the John Howard Society, participated in every workshop and described it as “life changing.” “I wasn’t sure what to expect while walking into the program, but it exceeded any expectations I had.” Warick completed the program in July 2012. “I learned so much about myself,” she expressed, “I would recommend this to anyone interested in improving any aspect of their life.”
Sue Roy, Client Services Manager of the John Howard Society of Sault Ste. Marie & District, is a master of her craft, as she has been facilitating workshops for 21 years. “Coaching groups is one of my joys.” Trained as a Life Skills Coach, she has delivered training to students, teachers, individuals and professional groups. “Participating in these workshops can leave you feeling energized, enthusiastic and ready to put your new knowledge and skills to work,” says Roy.
Recently made available is the Resolving Conflict Series. This four workshop series, offered at a discounted rate, helps individuals learn and develop a system for critical thinking so that thoughts begin to work for them, instead of against them.
“The benefit of this program is that you can design a unique workshop series that will be beneficial to you, says Nicole Boniferro, a Marketing and Business Assistant for the Agency, “Let us help you improve and maintain the dynamic of your workplace and of your life.”