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What is it that allows you or your clients to flourish at work? To be fully engaged, energized and excited about work? Find fulfilment through work and know that you are making a difference? This is spirit at work and the power is within each of us to create it, simply by rethinking our work.
Spirit at work is about being fully engaged in and finding meaning and fulfillment through work. It involves profound feelings of well-being, a belief that one’s work makes a contribution, and a sense of connection to others and common purpose.
This evidence-based eCourse draws upon the book, Rethinking Your Work: Getting to the Heart of What Matters, by Val Kinjerski, PhD and the latest findings in the field of positive psychology. The research shows that spirit at work is available to everyone and can and should be fostered.
This eCourse examines what spirit at work is, how it develops, and proven ways to foster it. It is applicable to all practice levels.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe spirit at work, including the four dimensions that comprise spirit at work.
- Examine how defining moments impact one’s world view and career choice.
- Explain the four paths to spirit at work.
- Identify and experience four key actions to foster spirit at work.
- Create a personal plan to enhance your spirit at work.
Instructor: Val Kinjerski, MSW, PhD, RSW is a leading authority on the topic of Spirit at Work. Prior to dedicating herself to the creation of spirit at work, Val held social work positions ranging from front-line to program development to senior management. She is the author of Rethinking your Work.
CE Credit: There are two eCourses- qualifying for 6 CEUs or 18 CEUs. For example, upon successful completion of an 18 CEU course, Social Workers will receive 18 Category “A” credits under the ACSW competence requirements.A Certificate of Completion will be awarded upon successful completion of the discussion questions, post-test and course evaluation.
How it Works: This 18-hour, 6-week eCourse is presented in six parts, one each week. It includes videos, self-assessments, readings, facilitated e-discussions, a post-test and evaluation. You can expect to put in an average of three hours per week.
Regular Fee: $399. Early bird: $299. Book included. No charge for post test and continuing education certificate.
Registration: Fill in the registration form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 780.459.8867. Close to the start date, you will be sent an invitation with instructions on how to sign in and get started.
Cancellation: Refunds (minus a $50 processing fee) are available. Please note: refunds are not available once access to the course has been given.
Post test & Evaluation:The post test is open book and you have three chances to succeed. Access the post test will be made available upon registration.
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