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Mar
30

Embrace Change and Grow your Passion for Continuous Learning

Posted by: in Central East, Uncategorized

This last year and half has been a wonderful and enlightening experience. I had the opportunity to work with hundreds of passionate people working in the non-profit/voluntary sector  while being a part of the KnowledgeConnector initiative from concept to fruition. I was honoured to be a part of the process but am sad to be writing my last formal blog for this initiative. At the same time though, I am excited to see the project enter a new and exciting phase of change and expansion.

As this is my last blog, I would like to take the time to thank those who have been a part of this journey with me.  Specifically, I would like to thank those people for the input, wisdom and insight they have provided (you know who you are). Whether you were a part of the initial focus group(s), A.S.K. Workshop(s), Learning Provider  Forum(s), or simply one-on-one conversation(s) about KnowledgeConnector – you have all added great insight to this initiative. As a result of our collaborative efforts KnowledgeConnector will continue to build momentum.

This last year and a half has resulted in many learnings. Learning for myself, learnings from and by others and an appreciation and desire to learn more. I am excited to say that being a part of KnowledgeConnector has made me more cognizant of how to develop those attitudes, skills and knowledge that will make me a better leader. And with that, I have also learned to embrace change through a passion for continuous learning.

I have recently moved on and started to work with Alberta Health and Wellness as a Project Manager in the Community and Population Health branch. Promoting healthy behaviours to prevent illness and save lives is my other huge passion in life and so I am excited to work in a position where I can exercise that passion.

I hope that those of you that have completed an A.S.K. Leadership Assessment, or visited this site or started to further enhance your leadership skills in other ways are now also embracing growth, change and continuous learning. I hope you have also found that passion for continuous learning that will help you grow into your full potential.

Wishing you all the best of luck in your personal growth.

Victoria Poschadel | 780.945.6134 | victoria.poschadel@knowledgeconnector.ca

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