Join the first AAPS Peer-Learning Roundtable

 

About the Program

We are pleased to present the inaugural AAPS Peer-Based Learning Roundtable. Our goal is to give AAPS members the opportunity to share their institutional knowledge and experience on a specific discussion topic. Our hope is that through peer-based learning, members can collaborate to solve workplace challenges and create new opportunities within the UBC community.

For our first event we will focus on “Offering Effective Feedback within the UBC culture”. While we will not discuss formal performance reviews, we will be identifying some of the barriers members have offering feedback and discussing tools and ideas that may assist members in future feedback conversations.

Our facilitator, Jessica Earle-Meadows will be providing guidance and structure to our discussion. She will help to ensure that different members of the group have the opportunity to participate and that the conversation moves towards suggestions and solutions.

This session will offer:

An opportunity to review and make meaning of why offering effective feedback is challenging in a UBC context

An opportunity to hear from other UBC colleagues from a range of positions on the topic of delivering effective feedback

You will leave with:

Participant-generated practices for delivering effective practices at UBC

Audience

For our inaugural event we chose to leave the sessions open to any member. Our hope this that you will bring challenges, solutions, and best practices to the discussion. We also hope you will bring openness, patience, and flexibility. Please note this is a highly participatory session and we expect everyone to be active participants. Not sure this session is right for you? Please contact sarah.muff@ubc.ca.

About Your Facilitator

Jessica Earle-Meadows specializes in human development and leadership. Over the past decade, she has co-designed and facilitated: cross-national empowerment programming for girls and women, a national conference for entrepreneurs and leaders in social change, and leadership development programs in three Canadian universities. Jessica specializes in shining a light on what needs to change, and coaches individuals and groups toward the realization of their visions.

Jessica managed a small team at the University of British Columbia's Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT), ran a coaching and organizational development consultancy practice in Montreal, and was previously the director of a yoga-for-youth start-up in Ottawa. She holds a Master's in Human Systems Intervention, a holistic degree in organizational development and the art of change, as well as an Honours BA in Asian Religions. Jessica currently lives in Vancouver and is a practicing Integral Coaching Canada Associate coach (for individuals and groups both online and in person), educator, and consultant.

Event Details

AAPS Peer-Based Learning Roundtable
Topic: Offering Effective Feedback within the UBC culture
Facilitated by Jessica Earle-Meadows
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Session A: 9am-10am or
Session B: 12pm-1pm
Point Grey Campus
Building: AMS Student Nest
Address:  6133 University Blvd [MAP]
Room: 2306/09 (second floor)

To Register

Click here to register and select either session A or B. They are the same session repeated.

All registered attendees will receive a confirmation notice.

Please note this session is available exclusively to AAPS members, and there is no cost to attend.


Cancellations: Please remember all events are costly to set up, even those which are offered at no charge. If you do not anticipate attending the session you registered for, please cancel in a timely manner by emailing aaps.pd@ubc.ca. We encourage you to contact us with any questions about the AAPS PD Program.

Photography: Please be advised that photos may be taken at this event for use in AAPS communications materials.