Developing Resilience in your Case Management and Job Seekers

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An innovative NEW tool for Case Managers
Injury can devastate an individual.  Particularly when their work and livelihood are attached.  Developing resilience means that as a Case Manager your injured workers will better cope with change, get faster results, be proactive not reactive!

About the workshop
Resilience is a key life skill that allows individuals to handle adversity in a more effective way.  Adversity is a significant issue facing injured workers.  This workshop will give insight into how important resilience is and how to use this model as a tool in your work with injured workers to empower them to achieve their best outcomes.

Who should attend?
Case managers who are dealing with injured workers both Same and New employer cases, and job seekers.

What will you learn?

  • The science behind the model
  • Understand how to use the model in case management
  • Develop a full understanding of how to apply the model to your work environment
  • Understand how to use the questioning techniques
  • Be able to develop optimistic thinking within your case management practices
  • How to confidently use the model and revolutionise your approach to case management

Why should you attend?

  • Gain information about this unique tool
  • Develop skills to build resilience into your case management practice
  • Get better case management outcomes through using this empowering tool

Workshop information
Date: TBC
Time: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Venue: Sydney NSW, venue TBC
Cost: TBC
Registrations close: TBC

BONUS 1 – Bring a colleague and receive a night out for 2 at the movies on us.
To qualify for this bonus both parties must book and pay for the workshop.

BONUS 2 – Register and complete payment before the closing date and you will receive a copy of the book “The Secret to Strong Adults” (valued at $29.95) absolutely free.

Your Presenter: Kylie Warry – Accredited Resilience Doughnut Trainer and Senior Rehabilitation Counsellor.

Kylie is based in South Sydney and travels throughout Sydney metropolitan and NSW delivering a variety of training programs to teams and business.  Kylie’s focus is in communications and how this affects key attributes such as leadership, team dynamics, relationships and productivity within a team.  Kylie is passionate about the Resilience Doughnut model and believes it is an invaluable and fresh tool to teach us something new, simple and highly relevant to our everyday relationships, work and life.  Kylie is keen to share this model for teams and businesses to develop overall resilience in a corporate and team setting.

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