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IABC Book Club for February/March: “Daring Greatly” by Brené Brown

You spoke and we listened. Many of us are feeling burnt out from the constant “unprecedented weeks” which are giving us very little down time. For our book club, we’re going to suggest a book which may give you a boost or help you change your mindset a small bit to help us get through this. If there is enough interest, we will schedule a time for us to get together at the end of March to talk about the book but you don’t have to!

This session’s book is “Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead” by Brené Brown. It may have parent in the title, but that isn’t necessary to get into it. It’s not a very long book and one that you can pick up and put down as you have the time or are in the “mood” to read.

Comment on our Daring Greatly post on the IABC Regina Facebook or LinkedIn page by February 28 to be entered to win your own copy!

March 4, 2021 - Treaty Acknowledgements: Why we do them and what is next

In this hour-long webinar, participants will develop an introductory understanding of land and treaty acknowledgements in Canada. To form that understanding, Naheyawin will explore the origins of this kind of acknowledgement, the nature of national and local discourse surrounding the topic, their stance on the practice, and will discuss what the future of these acknowledgements might be in generations to come. All participants at any level of education and exposure to Indigenous ideas and history are welcome to join.

The workshop will run from 7 to 8 pm with networking to follow until 8:30 pm

Speakers: Jacquelyn Cardinal and Hunter Cardinal are co-founders of the tech company Naheyawin.

This event is eligible for CMP / SCMP maintenance credits. 

Register today.