AB: 2022 AGM & Emerging from Pandemic Life
CIRI Alberta's 2022 AGM & first in-person event of the year!
Join CIRI Alberta for an in-person event on May 3. We will host our 2022 AGM from 4:00 - 4:15pm MT followed by a professional development event with Dr. Kimberley Mullins.
After two years of lockdowns due to the global pandemic, things are starting to open up again and lives seem to be heading back to something resembling normal. But will people be the same? Have the stresses brought on by managing the challenges of the pandemic resulted in changes to how people will approach their work and personal lives? Join Dr. Kimberley Mullins, PHD in leadership and group behaviours, as she provides her unique insights into how external factors such as the pandemic inform the psychology of how people make decisions. This event is eligible for 2 CEUs.
Date: Tuesday, May 3
Time: 4:00 - 5:30pm MT
Cost: Free for CIRI members, $25 for non-members (plus taxes)
By registering for this CIRI event, you agree to comply with CIRI's Code of Conduct.
What You Will Learn
- How ones approach to work, life and decision making has changed since the pandemic; and
- The impact on you and what you can do.
Who Should Attend
This event is intended for all individuals who'd like to better understand how we make decisions.
Dr. Kimberley Mullins, PHD
Kimberley is a qualitative researcher, educator, storyteller, psychology and behaviour nerd and former professional dancer. She spent 7 years working in government and academia before joining private sector in 2010. Since then she has held various senior roles with several of Canada’s largest companies, typically in areas related to leadership, organizational effectiveness and development and diversity and inclusion. Kimberley holds a BA (Hons) and a PhD (leadership communication and group dynamics) from the University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK. She has also studied cognitive and business psychology, law, performativity and nonverbal communication at York University in Toronto, the University of London in the UK and the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre of Canada, and is finishing up a M.Sc (Business Psychology) at the University of Strathcylde, Scotland. Her research on leadership behaviour, culture and inclusion has appeared in both academic and popular press and she has been tapped as an expert consultant and speaker on these topics for organizations, conferences and television documentaries. Equally important to her is the time she spends volunteering to help charities and community-based non-profits build up their leadership skills and empower their teams and clients. Kimberley is originally from Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador and currently resides in Calgary. Her ideal dinner party would include Queen Victoria, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Cancellations must be received 48 hours in advance for reimbursement. Please contact Kaitlin Davis if you need to cancel your registration.