Exploring Your Connection: Practical Occupational Identity Management
Presented By: Johnanna Ganz, Ph.D.
Date and Time: Thursday, February 3, 2022; 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Registration: Through Zoom
Fee: Free to all registrants
· Webinar Reflection Sheets
· Greatest(s) Exercise
Description: Our ideas, backgrounds, and experiences shape how and when we connect to our work. Our connection is even more strongly influenced through participating in mission driven fields, such as crime victim response and services. Join Dr. Johnanna Ganz for the 1st of 4 webinars on the topic of individual occupational identity management. This webinar will dive into the four core skills of occupational identity management and explores some of the roots of connection to your occupational identity. Participant will walk away with new ideas and places to increase their self-awareness around practical and sustainable patterns of occupational identity. This session is designed to pick up where the Occupational Identity foundational course offered through MAC’s Fundamentals of Victim Services leaves off.
· Name and describe the four core skills of healthy occupational identity management
· Build core knowledge of practical OI management strategies for victim services professionals
· Identify skills, strategies, or ideas that offer new ways of connecting to your work
Audience: Any staff member, intern, volunteer, or board member looking to enhance their skills of effective occupational identity management. Participants should have attended Dr. Ganz’s prior sessions on Occupational Identity management in victim services. For a quick refresher, please see: https://youtu.be/Qqtn76kdXyo
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