Wednesday, November 22, 2017, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT

Join us for a 90 minute webinar for Physiotherapy Assistants on Communication and Power in the Workplace with Stephen Fritz-Millett, Consultant, and the President of the National Physiotherapist Assistant Assembly, Aurelie Dimandja. 

Physiotherapy Assistants are valuable and important members of the health care team.  As in any profession, conflicts between co-workers or co-workers and supervisors happen.  Knowing how to handle the conflict effectively is a leadership skill that can be taught and learned.

In this webinar, you will:

  1. Learn to identify 3 different types of power relationships in the work setting;
  2. Learn how to use conflict management strategies to resolve these power conflicts.

About the Speaker:

Steve Fritz-Millett has an extensive background in the theoretical and applied aspects of leadership, management and communication. He retired from the Canadian Army in 2016 as a senior officer with over thirty years of service. For the past ten years, he has worked in the corporate world as a training consultant. In addition to this, he has decades of volunteer experience working in not-for-profit community organizations. Steve has had articles published in journals, research papers and texts on his current area of expertise, the comprehensive approach, an approach the seeks to bring disparate actors and agencies together to solve complex problems in crisis zones. He has planned and facilitated workshops and seminars on a wide variety of topics and is a regular lecturer at the Canadian Army’s Peace Support Training Centre in Kingston, Ontario.

The is the first in a series of professional development webinars for Physiotherapist Assistants jointly developed by the National Physiotherapist Assistant Assembly and the Leadership Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. 

The series is part of the Leadership Division's initiative to inspire Leadership in ourselves and others.  

Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM EDT

Instructions on how to participate in the webinar as well as background materials will be sent to you by email once you have registered.

Registrants will receive a certificate of participation upon confirmation of their completion of the webinar.

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