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Energy Management- Webinar - 0.3 CEUs

Time: 8:30 am - 8:30 am
Location: ONLINE

introduction to…
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
how to respond to stress & rapid change by
building energy health & resilience for work & life

How are you coping with stress & responding to ups and downs in your energy? How is it affecting your performance and the performance of your team and your business?
Optimal health & performance are not just about hard work and accountability, they are also about being human and managing the normal limits of output.
Forward thinking individuals, businesses & organizations respond proactively to health concerns like burnout and fatigue, hot topics today, as we are looking to support people at a human level, while striving for higher performance.
Joe Roberts brings you the latest from Dr. Sean Richardson’s doctoral research on overtraining, burnout & energy management to show you how to develop discipline around recovery and build resilient mindsets and behaviours to boost productivity and stress-proof your life.
In this session we look at the links between stress, energy demands, health and performance in your life, including the following…
Science of multi-category stress and recovery

Skills to prevent burnout and build your energy health Developing & applying resilient mindsets to work & life
Exploring strategies to reduce stress and support energy recharge

This program shows you how not only to respond to stress & burnout effectively, but how to prevent negative outcomes, & build personal resilience, leading to:

1.More productivity

2. Increase in mental & physical health

3. Decrease in sick leave

Presenter Bio:
Joe Roberts aka The Skidrow CEO is an expert on resiliency and change. Having experienced both
catastrophic failure and extraordinary success Joe teaches how to overcome the roadblocks that get in
the way of high performance. He helps companies and individuals redefine what’s truly possible by
confronting limiting mindsets. Participants at Joes’ events leave inspired and moved to action.
What is most amazing about Joe is that in 1989 he was living on the streets of Vancouver as a homeless
skid row addict. Through perseverance, determination and his resilient human spirit, Joe pulled himself
out of the darkness and despair, to become a highly respected business and community leader.
Joe’s message is relatable, humorous, honest, raw and unforgettable. He tackles the stigma associated
with mental health and addiction in a straight forward authentic way that comes from his personal life
experiences.

Since 1989, Joe has acquired two college diplomas, became the CEO of one of Vancouver’s leading
multimedia companies, walked across Canada and achieved more success than he could ever have
imagined. Joe has been recognized by MacLean’s Magazine as one of “10 Canadians who make a
difference,” won the BC Courage to Come Back Award, received The Ontario Premier’s Award for
Business, was given an Honorary Doctorate from Laurentian University and was recognized by the
Senate of Canada with their Canada 150 Medal. Recently Joe was awarded the Meritorious Service
Medal (MSM) from The Governor General of Canada.

Joe’s business solutions have made millions of dollars for his clients, across a variety of business sectors.
It is from this experience that Joe draws when addressing Fortune 500 companies, professional
associations and organizations internationally.

Joe is also the Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Push for Change Foundation, a charity
advocating for youth homelessness prevention. Joe walked 9041KM across Canada from May 1, 2016
until September 29, 2017, pushing a shopping cart to raise money and awareness about youth homelessness.

ENERGY MANAGEMENT - In Person - 0.3 CEUs

Time: 8:30 am - 11:30 am

introduction to…
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
how to respond to stress & rapid change by
building energy health & resilience for work & life

How are you coping with stress & responding to ups and downs in your energy? How is it affecting your performance and the performance of your team and your business?
Optimal health & performance are not just about hard work and accountability, they are also about being human and managing the normal limits of output.
Forward thinking individuals, businesses & organizations respond proactively to health concerns like burnout and fatigue, hot topics today, as we are looking to support people at a human level, while striving for higher performance.
Joe Roberts brings you the latest from Dr. Sean Richardson’s doctoral research on overtraining, burnout & energy management to show you how to develop discipline around recovery and build resilient mindsets and behaviors to boost productivity and stress-proof your life.
In this session we look at the links between stress, energy demands, health and performance in your life, including the following…
Science of multi-category stress and recovery

Skills to prevent burnout and build your energy health Developing & applying resilient mindsets to work & life
Exploring strategies to reduce stress and support energy recharge

This program shows you how not only to respond to stress & burnout effectively, but how to prevent negative outcomes, & build personal resilience, leading to:

1.More productivity

2. Increase in mental & physical health

3. Decrease in sick leave

Presenter Bio:
Joe Roberts aka The Skidrow CEO is an expert on resiliency and change. Having experienced both
catastrophic failure and extraordinary success Joe teaches how to overcome the roadblocks that get in
the way of high performance. He helps companies and individuals redefine what’s truly possible by
confronting limiting mindsets. Participants at Joes’ events leave inspired and moved to action.
What is most amazing about Joe is that in 1989 he was living on the streets of Vancouver as a homeless
skid row addict. Through perseverance, determination and his resilient human spirit, Joe pulled himself
out of the darkness and despair, to become a highly respected business and community leader.
Joe’s message is relatable, humorous, honest, raw and unforgettable. He tackles the stigma associated
with mental health and addiction in a straight forward authentic way that comes from his personal life
experiences.

Since 1989, Joe has acquired two college diplomas, became the CEO of one of Vancouver’s leading
multimedia companies, walked across Canada and achieved more success than he could ever have
imagined. Joe has been recognized by MacLean’s Magazine as one of “10 Canadians who make a
difference,” won the BC Courage to Come Back Award, received The Ontario Premier’s Award for
Business, was given an Honorary Doctorate from Laurentian University and was recognized by the
Senate of Canada with their Canada 150 Medal. Recently Joe was awarded the Meritorious Service
Medal (MSM) from The Governor General of Canada.

Joe’s business solutions have made millions of dollars for his clients, across a variety of business sectors.
It is from this experience that Joe draws when addressing Fortune 500 companies, professional
associations and organizations internationally.

Joe is also the Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Push for Change Foundation, a charity
advocating for youth homelessness prevention. Joe walked 9041KM across Canada from May 1, 2016
until September 29, 2017, pushing a shopping cart to raise money and awareness about youth homelessness.

Swwa Annual Golf Tournament

Time: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Dakota Dunes Golf Course