Thursday, April 30, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
The registration period has closed for this event.
Take a break! No work - no deep thinking required (unless you want). Join us for a short TED Talk and then discuss with others. Bring your own coffee.
In this weekly webinar series, we will watch a short TED (or TED-style) talk together, and discuss our take-aways and insights. This is a participative webinar and we will invite you to share. If you have a recommendation for a short talk to watch, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and see you 'at the [very short] movies'!
The content for this webinar will be covered in the first 30 minutes; facilitators will remain for another 15 minutes for further questions and discussion.
You must 'Register' for this webinar. Scroll down on this page and click on the 'Register Now' button.
Note: Registration will provide the organizers with access to your email address. Approximately 15 minutes before the start of the webinar all registered participants will be emailed an Outlook invitation to the webinar. The invitation will contain a link allowing participants to join the webinar. Please click on that link to gain access to the live webinar.
To check your registration, visit HR's Learning & Development web page (http://queensu.ca/humanresources/employee-tools/learning-and-development) and click on 'Learning Catalogue' in the top options, then on the red 'Review Transcript' button to the right of the gold 'List all workshops' button. You will be asked to sign in with your Queen's ID and then your personal transcript will come up. You should see the webinar in the list of current registrations. If you do not, return to the webinar page and click on 'Register Now', follow instructions and be sure to click on 'Submit'.
ONLINE - Microsoft Teams
Registration open through 2020/4/30 10:45 AM EST
What inspires you?
Creative thinking, actually creative anything, creativity in general… and humility
What’s your superhero power?
What makes a workshop successful for you?
Knowing that even one participant left thinking differently about the topic (hopefully more, but sometimes we take what we can get!)