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Combating Compassion Fatigue

In a 24/7 world where the demands are non-stop and the needs are so great, we must be intentional in setting boundaries and honoring commitments to self-care. This interactive session will highlight mindfulness strategies that encourage personal well-being, prevent burnout and enhance professional success.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/30/2018
When: Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: Map this event »
The Regas Building
318 N. Gay Street
Knoxville, Tennessee  37917
United States
Presenter: Angie Hamstead
Contact: Chloe Perry
865-313-2077


Online registration is available until: 10/30/2018
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Price:
Member: $75.00
Non-Member: $225.00
Student Member: $25.00

 

Learning Objectives Include:

  • Explore self-care as a foundation for serving others
  • Examine actions that contribute to burnout
  • Commit to personal rituals of renewal and mindfulness

ABN Leadership Certificate:

This workshop counts as 3 credits towards the ABN Leadership Certificate. To receive this certificate, a participant must earn 18 credits (six qualifying courses) within a two-year period. Credits are tracked on individual sub-accounts (not admin accounts) as course credit stays with the individual. For more information, contact Chloe Perry at cperry@betternonprofits.org.

 

ABN Nonprofit Human Resources Certificate:

This workshop counts as 3 credits towards the ABN Nonprofit Human Resources Certificate. To receive this certificate, a participant must earn 18 credits (six qualifying courses) within a two-year period. Credits are tracked on individual sub-accounts (not admin accounts) as course credit stays with the individual. For more information, contact Chloe Perry at cperry@betternonprofits.org.

 

BIO:

Angie Hamstead is an engaging and committed professional with a mission to uplift, educate and inspire non-profit leadership and urban educators. She is a native of Atlanta, GA who embraces Knoxville as home where she has lived for the past 21 years. Angie is active in the community with her husband and two teenage sons. She founded The Hozho Project in 2015, which partners with community and organizational leadership to provide layers of quality professional development that enrich and equip staff. Employee well-being translates into more successful support for those being served. Angie believes strongly that we must collectively invest in our greatest resource – our leaders and educators! Angie earned her degrees from Spring Hill College (Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Business) and Georgia State University (Masters in Education). She has served in a multitude of positions within the realm of urban education and nonprofit leadership over the past 23 years. Key roles include professional development specialist, instructional coach, classroom teacher and college adjunct professor. Angie was employed by Project GRAD Knoxville from 2003-2015 where she served in multiple key leadership roles. Additionally, she has earned certifications by The Consortium for Social Enterprise Effectiveness (CSEE) at the University of Tennessee and completed Advanced Cognitive Coaching training. Angie is passionate about the creative process of designing and facilitating professional learning experiences, where her talents and passions intersect for the good of others. During the last decade, she has created and facilitated over 200 professional learning opportunities on a myriad of topics at the state and local level.


 

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