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Dealing with Post Traumatic Job Disorder (PTJD)

  • 17 Oct 2018
  • 5:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Ontario Heritage Building, 10 Adelaide St. E. Birkbeck Room
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Date: Wednesday October 17, 2018
Fee: Guests $75 (CAD) Early Bird through October 10th, $85 thereafter (CAD)

Location: Ontario Heritage Building, 10 Adelaide St. E., Birkbeck Rm.

Description: Dealing with Post Traumatic Job Disorder (PTJD) - Facilitated Discussion and Tool Sharing

Event Itinerary:

  • 5:15 - Sign-in and open networking
  • 6:00 - Board introductions
  • 6:15 - Primary event 
  • 8:00 - Event wrap-up and other business

Primary event: Dealing with Post Traumatic Job Disorder (PTJD) - Facilitated Discussion and Tool Sharing with Christine Burych

Every year, thousands of people worldwide struggle with Post-Traumatic-Job Disorder (PTJD). This widespread yet under-examined condition is changing the landscape of today's workforce. How can OD elevate Workplace Wellness when fear-based management is prevalent?

During this discussion we will examine how working in an environment where an employee feels targeted, isolated and systematically shut down can lead to Post-Traumatic Job Disorder, and what we as OD practitioners can do about it.

Facilitator Bio:
Christine Burych, President of StarlingBrook Leadership Consulting, works with leaders and their teams to create courageous, inclusive and engaged workplaces.  She is a trainer, facilitator and coach.  Her career has spanned twenty-five years starting from a front line community mental health clinician to Acting Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at Canada’s largest academic mental health facility. Christine has held senior positions, facilitated, taught, coached and lead clients and families, community members, volunteers, employees and executives across various public and private sectors.  

Utilizing her leadership and clinical skills coupled with a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management, Christine has created, designed and implemented leadership development programs, employee engagement strategies, healthy workplace frameworks in conjunction with coaching and instructing leaders on how to create places that are healthier and more productive.

Note: Please advise us of any dietary restrictions or disability-related accommodations required at least 7 days prior to the event at: programs@TODN.org

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