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Lateral Violence in the Workplace

What is Lateral Violence: 

Lateral Violence (as explained by the Native Women's Association of Canada) happens when individuals who have endured oppression suppress feelings such as anger, shame, and rage, that eventually lead to feelings which show up in behaviours such as jealousy, resentment, blame, and bitterness; and they are directed toward their Indigenous co-workers.

Who should attend:

This workshop is intended for anyone wanting to gain further understanding of lateral violence as it exists in the workplace. It should also be taken by anyone who has ever experienced or witnessed lateral violence within their workplace and has not had an outlet to discuss their experience in a safe space. 

To RSVP to this event:

email: info@featherstonesupportservices.com to reserve your spot.

Send cheque or money order in the amount of $150 CAD to:                   

Featherstone Support Services

P.O. Box 92

Grand Rapids MB R0C1E0

Online payments can be made by following the link: 

To request this workshop for your business/organization:

Send an inquiry to info@featherstonesupportservices.com titled: Lateral Violence Workshop Inquiry

Include: estimated number of people in attendance, business/organization name and type, date requesting (if known), and any other pertinent information. 

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What is Lateral Violence: 

Lateral Violence (as explained by the Native Women's Association of Canada) happens when individuals who have endured oppression suppress feelings such as anger, shame, and rage, that eventually lead to feelings which show up in behaviours such as jealousy, resentment, blame, and bitterness; and they are directed toward their Indigenous co-workers.

What people don't often recognize is that lateral violence is often directed at young people and can be detrimental to one's mental health and well-being. 

Who should attend:

This workshop is intended for young people wanting to gain further understanding of lateral violence as it exists in the workplace. It should also be taken by anyone who has ever experienced or witnessed lateral violence within their workplace and has not had an outlet to discuss their experience in a safe space. 

To RSVP to this event:

email: info@featherstonesupportservices.com to reserve your spot.

Send cheque or money order in the amount of $99 CAD to:                   

Featherstone Support Services

P.O. Box 92

Grand Rapids MB R0C1E0

Online payments can be made by following the link: 

To request this workshop for your business/organization:

Send an inquiry to info@featherstonesupportservices.com titled: Youth Lateral Violence Workshop Inquiry

Include: estimated number of people in attendance, business/organization name and type, date requesting (if known), and any other pertinent information. 

Lateral Violence Against Youth & Young Adults

 

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Lateral Violence & Social Media

What is Lateral Violence: 

Lateral Violence (as explained by the Native Women's Association of Canada) happens when individuals who have endured oppression suppress feelings such as anger, shame, and rage, that eventually lead to feelings which show up in behaviours such as jealousy, resentment, blame, and bitterness; and they are directed toward their Indigenous co-workers. When lateral violence is taken to social media it shows up as online bullying or cyberbullying. ​

Who should attend:

This workshop is intended for anyone wanting to gain further understanding of lateral violence as it exists in the social media space. It should also be taken by anyone who has ever experienced or witnessed lateral violence in social media and has not had an outlet to discuss their experience in a safe space. 

To RSVP to this event:

email: info@featherstonesupportservices.com to reserve your spot.

Send cheque or money order in the amount of $99 CAD to:                   

Featherstone Support Services

P.O. Box 92

Grand Rapids MB R0C1E0

Online payments can be made by following the link: 

To request this workshop for your business/organization:

Send an inquiry to info@featherstonesupportservices.com titled: Social Media Lateral Violence Workshop Inquiry

Include: estimated number of people in attendance, business/organization name and type, date requesting (if known), and any other pertinent information. 

 
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Developing Good Work Ethics

What is Work Ethics: 

Work ethics is a set of values and beliefs that one attributes their level of work related performance to. Some people have good work ethics and some have poor work ethics. Some may argue that, "work ethic just isn't what it used to be." This workshop looks to restore work ethic in young people and provide new tools and strategies for achieving and maintaining employment. 

Who should attend:

This workshop is intended for young people wanting to seek and retain future employment. This workshop will provide participants with skills, strategies to foster good work habits, build self-confidence and counter attitudes of entitlement.

To RSVP to this event:

email: info@featherstonesupportservices.com to reserve your spot.

Send cheque or money order in the amount of $150 CAD to:                   

Featherstone Support Services

P.O. Box 92

Grand Rapids MB R0C1E0

Online payments can be made by following the link: 

To request this workshop for your business/organization:

Send an inquiry to info@featherstonesupportservices.com titled: Work Ethics Workshop Inquiry

Include: estimated number of people in attendance, business/organization name and type, date requesting (if known), and any other pertinent information.