On Thursday, May 12, 2022 CCWESTT 2022 will offer various user pay workshops.
Workshop # 1
You as a Brand
CCWESTT 2022 is pleased to offer an in-depth three hour workshop on becoming a confident spokesperson for your project or organization. You as a Brand workshop, presented by Robyn Quinn, will cover social media engagement and how to leverage for funding, recruitment and opportunities.
You as a Brand
- Creating your authentic profile to promote your expertise and attract opportunities.
- Fun and energetic session to develop a profile to help you advance your career and expand your professional network.
- Robyn will walk through the top five tactics to consider when you want to dial up your profile. She’ll lead a dynamic exercise
- designed to get you thinking outside a job description and more about your aspirations!
- Finally – the group will check out ways to improve their LinkedIn profile
- And how other social media platforms can be leveraged.
Robyn Quinn, APR, MA, Fellow CPRS
Founder and President of Big Bang Communications and recently retired founding Chair of Island Women in Science and Technology (iWIST), Robyn Quinn is a dynamic communications professional with 20 years experience working in education, research, technology, government, not-for-profit, association and transportation sectors. Originally from Nova Scotia, She developed and delivered award winning public relations and marketing campaigns from coast to coast and is passionate about supporting the growth of women in STEM leadership roles. Volunteer Victoria recognized her commitment to IWIST with a Leadership Award in 2018 presented by Lt Governor Janet Austen.
A graduate of Royal Roads University (MA Professional Communications) and Saint Mary’s University, Robyn is a long time accredited member of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and named Fellow in 2018. She was CPRS National President 2004/05. While working at Natural Resources Canada, in 2008 Robyn co-chaired National Science and Tech Week for BC & Yukon. Although communications is her primary focus, Robyn is also a certified Change Management Professional and Scrum Product Owner.
In 2015 and in 2020 Robyn was nominated for the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards.
Robyn is currently working as a Strategic Communications Officer at the University of Victoria – supporting Engineering, Computer Science and Science faculties.
The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre) is an action-oriented, non-profit organization that aspires to recruit, retain and advance women in science, engineering, trades and technology. The WinSETT Centre develops and delivers professional development for up-and-coming leaders tailored to early and mid-career female engineers, scientists, tradespersons and technologists in science and technology-based sectors and the men who work with them. CCWESTT 2022 is pleased to offer two 90 minute Skill Builder WinSETT workshops.
Workshops will be : • highly interactive • engaging • based on Canadian research and best practices • focused on the reality of women in SETT • professionally facilitated
Fundamentals of Respectful and Inclusive Workplaces
• Develop an understanding of the concept of respectful and inclusive SETT workplaces
• Explore the business case for moving towards a respectful and inclusive SETT workplace
• Recognize the opportunities you have to impact your SETT workplace
Workshop # 3
From Difficult to Effective Conversations
• Identify what makes conversations difficult for you
• Use a simple framework to prepare for and navigate difficult conversations
• Practice techniques to improve your skills for more effective conversations in SETT workplaces
• Explore gendered and other stereotyped aspects of difficult conversation