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2021 Fall Workshop: Wellness in School Leadership

Occupational burnout is having a dramatic effect on school communications and other district leadership roles. This virtual workshop jointly sponsored by OHSPRA and OSBA on Thursday, Oct. 21 is designed to help you stay healthy and productive.

Wellness in School Leadership: How, Why and Now
Does your work in school PR or other leadership role feel heavier than it used to? It’s not just you. The mission-driven, trauma-sensitive, consensus-building, high-performance, always-connected role you have puts your personal wellness at risk. Enter k12prWell, a national conversation built around keeping you at your best -- for your district, your loved ones, and yourself. 

Explore the known factors that increase -- and decrease -- our risk of occupational burnout, from the daily demands of work to leading communications in a pandemic-driven world. And leave with evidence-based wellness strategies to ensure you deliver the greatest value to your district, while staying well for the people who matter most.
Presenters
Shawn McKillop, APR
Manager of Communications and Community Engagement
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board
Hamilton, Ontario

Kristin Magette, APR
Communications Strategist
CEL Marketing PR  Design
Eudora, Kansas
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Organize Your Thoughts...Free Your Mind of Worry!
Living and working through an ongoing crisis will fill your to-do list and calendar in a whole new way. How do you juggle your already full plate, add to it with new ideas and tasks, while also entertaining those wish-list projects that you don’t want to forget about? Alicia will review tips and tricks that will help you utilize technology to organize your thoughts, manage your list of projects, and free your mind of worry that you’re constantly forgetting something or won’t remember your latest brilliant idea.
Presenter
Alicia Mowry
Public Information Officer
Delaware Area Career Center
 
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