On September 30, Tom Rippon of Camosun College, will be joining the Administrative Excellence Conference as the presenter of the Emotional Intelligence workshop.
Emotional Intelligence has a direct impact on how individuals behave. To be emotionally intelligent is to be fully aware of your own emotions and the emotions of others, and how both impact relationships – how we motivate, influence, empathize, lead, make decisions, become conscientious, and deal with stress. This presentation will address emotional intelligence within the context of productivity in organizations.
Dr. Tom Rippon is full-time faculty at Camosun School of Business and associate faculty at Royal Roads University. He has published and presented papers at national and international conferences, and peer reviewed manuscripts for publication in journals in addition to novels. His research interests include: culture and cultures of peace; governance and security; ethics; environment of business; and human resource management. With a colleague from England, he co-edited a book on Governance and Security as a Unitary Concept. He writes novels in his spare time and is currently writing the second book of a trilogy – a spy and murder mystery series. Dr Rippon has a Ph.D. from the University of New England, NSW, Australia.
Check out Tom on TEDx Victoria – http://youtu.be/IIZcZjpoShU
Make sure you don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear from Tom Rippon about Emotional Intelligence. Head over to our Administrative Excellence Conference event page for more information on workshops, activities, and registration. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
On October 1, Ron Rice of BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, will be joining the Administrative Excellence Conference as our keynote speaker to talk with participants about The Volunteer Exchange.
Hear firsthand from Ron the benefits of volunteering that often go unnoticed such as learning in exchange for time and the importance of being an active member of your community.
Ron, a member of Cowichan Tribes, joined BCAAFC May 1998 and supports Friendship Centres in transition. He has also been the Manager, Cultural Events & Ceremonies at the Cowichan 2008 North American Indigenous Games; VNFC President since 2003; 2013 Board of Governors for Camosun College, currently Vice-Chair; 2015 Foundation Development Officer, BC Aboriginal Foundation, BCAAFC’s charitable arm.
Make sure you don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear from Ron about The Volunteer Exchange. Head over to our Administrative Excellence Conference event page for more information on workshops, activities, and registration. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
On September 30, Lisa Mort-Putland of Volunteer Victoria will be joining the Administrative Excellence Conference as our keynote speaker to talk with participants about Leadership.
During job and volunteer interviews Lisa Mort-Putland, the Executive Director at Volunteer Victoria, often asks candidates what role they play in a team. Most people instinctively say, “I am the leader.” Whether you are an emerging professional, an experienced staff member, or a positional leader you are invited to join Lisa in a friendly conversation to explore the ways that people in the non profit sector design and drive their own leadership roadmaps.
Lisa Mort-Putland joined the Volunteer Victoria team as Executive Director in June 2011. Lisa holds a B.A. in Drama and a Masters in Public Administration with a focus on non-profit management. Prior to working with VV Lisa was the Development Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria and spent more than 25 years working and volunteering in the museum and heritage sector. Lisa is a board member with the Arbutus Singers Music Education Society and is Board Chair of the Point Ellice House Preservation Society.
Make sure you don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear from Lisa about Leadership. Head over to our Administrative Excellence Conference event page for more information on workshops, activities, and registration. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
Since 2008 Indigenous Perspectives Society has trained over 390 participants in the Adoption Online Course, also known as AOL. This is a an 8 week program delivered online, requiring 3-5 hours of work per week.
One of the participants, Ali Jayne, wrote a review on her blog to share with everyone her firsthand experience of the course, and her thoughts are well worth a read:
“This course run by the Indigenous Perspectives Society is one I have recommended again and again to families who are either thinking about adoption or have adopted. And yet, I realised I have never posted a review about it…” To read the rest of her review check out the full post here: http://alijayne.com/aboriginal-adoption-online-training-course/.
If you would like to know more about the AOL program see our course page for more information and registration.
IPS is raising money in a different way!
We are selling tickets to Humble Boy at the Langham Court Theatre. Don’t miss an evening of fun for staff, community and stakeholders of Indigenous Perspectives Society! Join us on June 12, 2015, at 8:00 pm. Tickets are available for $20, student and seniors $15.
WIN dinner for two! For every ticket purchased your name will be entered to win dinner for two at Swiftsure Restaurant downtown Victoria!!!
This is a way to support IPS at a time when funding is scarce, and it is more than ever up to non-profit organizations to be creative in raising funds. This opportunity has been provided through Langham Theatres’ Non-Profit Fundraising Opportunity which is available to all non-profit organizations.
We hope you can make it and we look forward to seeing you on June 12!