The technical, financial and manufacturing skills required of us all in the dairy industry are considerable. While pre-farmgate and post-farmgate milk production and our associated products such as cheese, yoghurt and butter may seem the main focus of the industry, there are other important elements that can often be overlooked. These are the skills required to thrive while handling all the competing pressures and emotional whirlpools the dairy industry is subjected to, whether it be managing deregulation, low prices, climate change, drought, technological changes or all the different and difficult types of people with whom we come into contact.
How does one thrive and rise above the constant pitfalls?
What are the simple techniques that can be employed to manage the emotional turmoil that can flow through the industry and outside of our control?
How can we keep our cool and stay healthy when it feels like people are out to get us?
This practical, interactive, high-energy and very informative workshop will build on our existing skills so we become even better at managing the disruptions, constant changes, stresses and angst so that they don't become overwhelming.
Rachel Green is a specialist in helping people develop resilience and managing the emotions associated with difficult people and situations. She is passionate about helping people keep their cool so they stay healthy and well. She has worked with people across many industries including the farming, mining and resources sectors. At one stage, she spent two years working with farmers in the Wheatbelt, presented to potato farmers in the SW and was a voluntary crisis counsellor on a 24-hour suicide prevention line. She has twice been nominated for the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Awards, been awarded the highest level of international accreditation in the professional speaking industry and is an AFL tragic. She has a wicked sense of humour and promises not to be boring! You can read more about her on her website: http://www.theeiinstitute.com
When: 26 September, 2-5:30 pm
Where: Brownes Dairy Cafe, 22 Geddes Street, Balcatta
Cost: This workshop is free to DIAA members. However, registration is essential.
Register: Registrations for this event close on Monday, 23 September.
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Brownes Dairy Cafe (See Map)
22 Geddes Street Balcatta, WA