Edmonton Chapter Presents – “The Pandemic’s Guide to Sanity, Success and Significance”
Much of the public services has lived with zero budgets for years. Service demands have increased with staffing and resources have dropped. Over the past 2 years, governments have had to pivot to respond to COVID-19. Burnout is a concern as ‘doing more with less’ is now done remotely. If you’re you looking for strategies to overcome the challenges of burnout, join the FMI Edmonton Chapter and Phil Calloway for the “The Pandemic’s Guide to Sanity, Success and Significance.”
Through practical, time-proven principles and stories of overcoming the challenges of burnout, his wife’s epilepsy, and relational struggles, Phil will help you breathe deeply and leave you recharged and refreshed for the days ahead. All attendees will have their name entered into several draws to receive copies of Phil’s latest book titled, “Laugh Like a Kid Again.”
Who should attend:
- Public sector employees from Finance, Policy or Program Delivery streams
- Aspiring leaders
- Friends and Family
December 8, 2021 (8:30 AM to 10:00 AM) Online ZOOM Event
Qualifies for: 1.5 CPD Hours (verifiable ethics credits)
Fee: $25 – To register, click on the link below
Registration will close at 11:59 PM on December 6th, 2021.
Note: Due to the tremendous success of our last event, “Getting Up to Speed When the Pressure is On”, we have expanded our capacity to ensure all registrants are able to access the event.
Phil Callaway is the best-selling author of 27 books. He has brought his humorous, inspiring talks to 30 countries. Phil hosts the daily hit radio show Laugh Again, which airs on 400 stations in North America, and many more overseas. His humorous stories on family life have been featured in hundreds of magazines. Nursing his parents through Alzheimer's and dementia has given him a deep appreciation for caregivers.