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Posted September 15, 2020 by Karen Sequeira
Webinar - Crisis Communication Planning: Effective Problem Solving in Crisis Management

COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of being an effective problem solver and having the ability to quickly adapt and pivot in the face of the unknown.

Today, there is a greater need than ever for an increased tolerance for ambiguity and for the capacity to generate insight that will support us as we navigate through these uncertain times. If we are to emerge to a new normal with collective insights and better ways of being, we need to build our resiliency and communication skills.

Posted July 28, 2020 by Karen Sequeira
Unmasking the Pandemic: Masks as a Visual Metaphor of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes, perhaps too many to articulate. One change is the increasing prevalence of wearing a face mask in public.

Posted June 25, 2020 by Jennifer Walinga
Webinar - Building a Resilient and Thriving Organizational Culture

COVID-19 has introduced a new level of stress to all organizations, with so many of us adjusting to a new way of living and working. Many people, while feeling stressed and struggling to find a new work/life balance, will resort to common, but unsustainable, coping practices such as working harder and longer.

Posted June 15, 2020 by Michael Real
Dr. Michael Real: How the civil rights movement of the 1960s can help us today
I had the good fortune to work in the civil rights movement in the 1960s. As I look at what is happening now in America and beyond, it forcefully brings back to me some of the huge frustrations and problems, as well as the gratifying progress that over time made it all worthwhile. Are there lessons for today that we can take from those experiences?
Posted June 6, 2020 by Nina Grossman
Racism is here too, say Victoria’s black community leaders

Royal Roads Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication student and Royal Roads Afro-Heritage Association President Ruth Nakalyowa was interviewed by Victoria News about the Black Lives Matter movement and about racism in Victoria.

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