Dear members of the PWN, if participant numbers and feedback are anything to go by, the 2018-2019 PWN Professional Development programme was a great success for both the team and its participants: some 220 PWN members attended 10 workshops and 120 Congress participants welcomed the creative workshop around "The Tree of Life" on June 12th!
Enthused and boosted by the whole experience, the new 2019-2020 PWN Professional Development team is proud to announce this coming year's programme : "Unleash your Talents!", launching with a first evening workshop on Tuesday September 17th.
We will continue to offer you experiential workshops and rewarding and stimulating tools for continued personal development and more professional development. And we'll be returning to the Institute of Neurocognitivism (INC, métro Cadet) thanks once again to the generosity and support of Pierre Moorkens and Muriel Janoir-Bessioud.
As last year and with the help of experts in their fields (all members of the PWN) we’ll learn something new about ourselves and others, we’ll decide to be or do something differently. Identifying and building on our talents to boost our self-confidence and go places we haven't dared go until now. And we will share, exchange and network in a safe and convivial environment, where diversity is welcome and encouraged.
So, SAVE THE FOLLOWING DATES for the Prof Dev "Unleash your Talents" evening workshops :
Any questions, any comments or suggestions, do contact us, we’d love to hear from you.
The 2019-2020 Coordination team*:
* The Professional Development 2019-2020 team has grown! The following are returning or joining (thank you!!): Alexandra Germeau, Nathalie Colin, Bernadette Martin, Christina Balanos, Muriel Janoir-Bessioud and Suzanna Iorga.
We look forward to seeing you all again after the Summer with renewed energy and determination.
The PWN Professional Development workshops for 2019/2020 are kindly hosted by our partner the INC - Institut du Neurocognitivisme.
Thank you to Pierre Moorkens and his team for their support and to PWN member Muriel Janoir Bessioud for making it happen.