Professional Development

Navigating Boundaries and Difficult Conversations

Session 1 (Morning):  Personal and Professional Boundaries 

Join us for an enlightening workshop that delves into the intricate balance of physical, mental, and emotional boundaries. Establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries is crucial for the safety and respect of both you and your clients. In community services, where the lines between professional and personal lives often intersect, it’s easy for boundaries to become blurred. The very qualities that make you a compassionate and nurturing service provider can also leave you susceptible to blurring, especially when coupled with fatigue.

Session 2 (Afternoon): Managing Difficult Conversations

In our fast-paced and interconnected world, conversations have the remarkable ability to shift from mere exchanges of words to full-blown conflicts. These conflicts can arise unexpectedly, catching us off guard and leaving us grappling with how to respond effectively. This half-day workshop equips you with essential skills to navigate these challenging dialogues with confidence and grace.

Facilitator

Morning Session – Debbie Deasy

Afternoon Session – Angharad Candlin

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email info@leadpda.org.au

Code: NP2563, 64

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Face-2-Face Workshop

Date

Thursday 13 June 2024
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Time

9:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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Labels

Face-2-Face Workshop

Location

Blue Mountains Theatre and Community
106-108 Macquarie Rd, Springwood NSW 2777

Cost

  • Member: $90.00 + GST
  • Non-Member: $150.00 + GST

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Artwork by Chris Tobin, commissioned by LEAD to create an original piece of art that reflects who we are and what we do. Titled “Many Countries, One Water”, the artwork represents the diversity and the connectedness across the communities in which we work. Reproduced with permission and gratitude.

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