College of Nursing

Continuing Education and Development for Nurses

Strategies to provide support when you, your colleagues or your staff are off-balance

Telehealth Event - April 2, 2013
12 noon to 1 pm

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  • How to recognize when a colleague, staff person or you are lacking resourcefulness and resilience.
  • Ideas on how you can mobilize you own personal resources and help others you work with to mobilize theirs.
  • When is it time to bring forward the suggestion of getting professional help?
  • Some tips to help manage your own resilience and survive the uncertainty of working with others who are experiencing their own challenges.
  • Question & Answers


John Jacques
Conflict Resolution and Change Consultant

John owns and operates JDJ Consulting Ltd., a professional facilitation service. For the past fifteen years John's focus has been researching and delivering facilitative and dispute resolution processes to numerous organizations particularly within the Canadian Health field. He is recognized for his unique ability to facilitate meaningfully dialogue between clinicians and administrative departments as they strive to provide service in multifaceted, complex environments.
Prior to developing this unique consulting service John was Assistant Director with The Dispute Resolution Office, Saskatchewan Justice for 18 years. During this time he mediated over 1500 cases and led a team of dispute resolution consultants within one of Canada's largest mediation and conflict resolution training organizations.
John has enjoyed the opportunity to consult and deepen his learning's with diverse client base including executive government, health organizations, crown corporations and national businesses. His services range from providing conflict resolution design advice, negotiating compensation models for professional specialists, and delivering customized dispute resolution training and workplace interventions.
John's personable and forth-right style consistently assists participants in maximizing their ability to clearly define organizational issues and develop effective practical strategies for positive outcomes.

  • Strategies to Provide Support- Presentation
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  • Registration is Required This session will be broadcast live to select locations over the Telehealth Saskatchewan Network. Contact the Telehealth Coordinator in your region to determine availability and RSVP. You should plan on arriving 5 - 10 minutes before the start of the event, as this program will start promptly at 12 noon.

Sponsored in part by: Administrative Nurses Professional Practice Group