Join us for our next Work Life Forum on June 18 when psychologist and consultant Dr. Sam Alibrando will discuss ways to improve even our most difficult working relationships.
Our working relationships have a great deal to do with how much fulfillment and satisfaction we find in our work. And the quality of these relationships tends to bleed over into the rest of our lives. Dr. Alibrando will help us learn to find the courage, emotional strength, and calm objectivity to manage our relationships proactively and productively. Managing ourselves and our reaction to the stress of difficult situations will be the essential starting point.
Improving our working relationships can be the key to finding more fulfillment in our work, acting more effectively, and encountering less stress both at work and at home.
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 (7 – 8:30 PM)
La Canada Presbyterian Church
626 Foothill Blvd., La Canada, CA 91011 (near Pasadena)
We hope you will join us!
About the Speaker
Sam Alibrando, Ph.D., is president of Alibrando Psychological Consulting (APC, Inc.), and a senior consultant for The Impact Group where he works with senior-level executives and teams. He has also been a psychotherapist for 35 years, currently with a part-time clinical practice. A respected lecturer and seminar leader, Dr. Alibrando’s seminal work on change resulted in two books, Follow the Yellow Brick Road: How to Change for the Better When Life Gives You Its Worst and The 3 Dimensions of Emotions: Finding the Balance of Power, Heart, and Mindfulness.
About the Work Life Forum
The Work Life Forum is a speaker and discussion series designed to help people deal with their serious work issues and to do so in a way that fits with their own faith or spirituality. Each event deals with a serious work-related issue and includes a presentation by an expert on the subject as well as an opportunity for informal discussion. The events are free and open to everyone — you will be welcome.
Your work can have important effects on your well-being, even beyond the income it provides. It can provide an opportunity to pursue personal growth and development, build community, contribute to society, and discover a sense of purpose. But work can also be a source of stress, burnout, boredom, and interpersonal conflict. The Work Life Forum can help you deal with both the positive and negative aspects of your work life.
The program is presented and hosted by La Cañada Presbyterian Church and organized and sponsored by the Center for Faith and Enterprise. Events are held at La Cañada Presbyterian Church, 626 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada, CA 91011 (near Pasadena). For information: 626-355.8489 or firstname.lastname@example.org