Event Description

The Resilience Advantage - Skills for Personal and Professional Effectiveness

May. 27, 2020

1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (via Zoom)
A virtual, real time, learning session
Participate at your computer, wherever you are

There is no fee to participate, but please REGISTER BY EMAIL to receive the link to the virtual session.


The Resilience AdvantageTM 
Skills for Personal and Professional Effectiveness

Grab a coffee or snack and join us for "Coffee with QNET" - a free virtual learning session and discussion of resilience skills for personal and professional effectiveness.

  • Would you like to operate with more clarity in today’s rapidly changing environment?
  • Do you wish you could turn down the volume of stress reactions so that you can think more clearly and make confident decisions?

In today’s rapidly changing environment, leadership is under more pressure to preform than ever before. Research by mental health authorities shows this pressure creates stress that compromises the resilience of mid-career professionals, often those in leadership roles.

New developments in stress research shows stress not only compromises our resilience to illness and disease, it affects all aspects of our behavior - most notably our ability to make effective decisions.

A practical solution for managing this risk is to strengthen resilience by building the skills needed to prepare for, adapt to, and recover from stress, challenge and adversity. 

Join us for an introductory session on the HeartMath Resilience Advantage™ where you will: 

  • Explore resilience, the four domains of resilience,  and the physiological effects of stress on the heart and brain
  • Learn a self-regulation / stress reduction technique
  • Gain a functional understanding of how unmanaged stress affects our hearts, brain function and compromises our capacity to remain resilient, including resilience to illness and disease. 

The current world-wide pandemic has shown us that now, more than ever, the world needs an understanding of resilience and how self-care affects us all. 


Sharon Inkster is a Board-Certified Safety Professional (CRSP) and a Licenced HeartMath Trainer working as an independent consultant to provide people with effective skills for improving resilience. She has a passion for inspiring people to make positive changes in their lives and in the lives of those around them. She’s found throughout 10 years working in safety that her success in creating effective safety cultures lies in her ability to empower others and influence decision makers by helping them connect their heads with their hearts. Her work now focuses on sharing the science behind the physiological connection between the heart and brain, and techniques that empower people to take advantage of that connection to improve performance, well-being and organizational effectiveness.

Fees: This is a FREE information session!

This session is presented in partnership with APICS and Manitoba Education and Training 



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