In case you missed it

COVID-19: Avoiding the Rough - Planning for What's Now and What's Next - Ask the Expert

Tuesday, March 31 @ 2:00 p.m. ET
Webinar

During this 60-minute 'Ask the Expert' webinar, international crisis management consultant and pandemic planning expert, Suzanne Bernier, will talk about and take questions on how and what golf professionals should be planning for and what to expect over the coming weeks and months, based on lessons learned from SARS, H1N1 and other infectious disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)
Video Conference Panel Discussion for Assistant Professionals

Thursday, April 2 @ 11:00 a.m. ET
Source: ZOOM

Three highly regarded Associate Professionals from the GTA will discuss their career paths, mentorship, professional development, and more. This one hour ZOOM call is intended for Assistant Professionals who are looking to meet other professionals and learn from some of the best Associates in the industry.  Maximum of 100 participants.

Social Media (Twitter & Instagram)
@AoTNetworking

*Content provided by AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

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What's Happening to My Investment Portfolio?

Thursday, April 2 @ 3:00 p.m. ET
Webinar

In this interactive, Q&A webinar, Drew Keith from Edward Jones will support PGA members who need guidance and direction on managing their personal finances during these difficult times.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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TeeTalk Episode 59: Doug Lawrie, PGA Professional and Award-Winning Junior Golf Coach

Doug Lawrie  joined Flagstick.com this week to talk about junior golf, ways to keep your golf game sharp in isolation, and more.

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COVID-19: Your Human Skills as a PGA Professional Have Never Been More Required Than They Are Today

Friday, April 3 @ 1:30 p.m. ET
Webinar

We are in a very abnormal situation. This will pass, but it is an “unprecedented” challenge that we face. Today you’re probably being bombarded by people who present “technology” as the solution to the problem you face today and the challenge of the future. Coming from the technology industry I am well versed with our ability to present technology as the panacea. And I’ve been around long enough to see the cycle repeat itself again and again.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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PGA Open Discussion Call #1

Friday, April 4 @ 4:00 p.m. ET

This will be an open discussion amongst PGA professionals to discuss best practices and open forum on managing COVID-19 issues. To facilitate the best discussion and collaboration, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed on each session and each webinar will last a maximum of 90 minutes.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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PGA Open Discussion Call #2

Monday, April 6 @ 11:00 a.m. ET

This will be an open discussion amongst PGA professionals to discuss best practices and open forum on managing COVID-19 issues. To facilitate the best discussion and collaboration, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed on each session and each webinar will last a maximum of 90 minutes.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Planning Beyond the First Wave of COVID-19

Tuesday, April 7 @ 11:30 a.m. ET
Webinar

As we enter into the peak of the current state of emergency, it presents a great opportunity to re-evaluate, re-focus and plan the future of our organizations to ensure we are not only ready to ramp up immediately when we get the green light to do so, but plan, prepare and be ready for future events that will impact our business.  This Webinar will present a planning and strategizing session that will assist you in preparing your immediate ramp up, plan your HR needs for that ramp up and plan for future impacts you may face with your organizations.  An opportunity to chat and collaborate with the other attendees will allow you to hear what others are planning in your industry. 

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Teaching the Regular Golfer with Andrew Rice

Tuesday, April 7 @ 6:00 p.m. ET
Webinar

In this webinar, Andrew will cover the basic patterns and corresponding fixes that he sees along with general principles we should all be working toward.

Andrew is the Director of Instruction at The Club at Savannah Harbor, located at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa. In 2019, Andrew was named one of Golf Digest's 50 Top Teachers in America and #1 in Georgia. He has been teaching golf for almost 25 years and uses current teaching technology to help golfers of all abilities improve. Andrew is a Golf Pass Staff Instructor, a TrackMan Master and one of nine TrackMan University Partners in the world, He is also a Swing Catalyst and Arccos Ambassador.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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World Handicap System #1

Thursday, April 9th @ 11:00 a.m. ET
Webinar

This year marks the launch of the new World Handicap System which will be implemented in countries all over the world. The World Handicap System aims to bring the game of golf under a single set of handicapping rules and provide a more consistent measure of players’ ability between different regions of the world.

Please Note: All 3 World Handicap System sessions cover the same information, please only register once unless you have additional questions. Recordings will be made available after each session.

*Content provided by Golf Ontario

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PGA Open Discussion Call #3

Thursday, April 9 @ 2:00 p.m. ET

This will be an open discussion amongst PGA professionals to discuss best practices and open forum on managing COVID-19 issues. To facilitate the best discussion and collaboration, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed on each session and each webinar will last a maximum of 90 minutes.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Mind Game Workshop

Monday, April 13th @ 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Webinar

Plan to join Tim N. Kremer, M.A., president and founder of Peak Performance Mind Coaching, and Jeff Overholt, PGA of Canada for a FREE 1-hour webinar designed for coaches interested in learning more about the mind game as it relates to coaching in sports.

This webinar is free to coaches in any sport and will introduce you to how the inner world of thought and emotion precedes every single play. Our leading-edge mind skill development concepts will give you new, powerful ideas and tools of how to help your students or even yourself rise to a higher level of performance.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario Member, Jeff Overholt

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How to communicate with your members during (and after) COVID-19

Wednesday, April 15th @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

These are uncharted waters. Millions of Canadians are being urged to stay home. Golf courses from coast to coast are closed for business. What does all of this mean for the way your course should be communicating with its members? Should you stay on the sidelines and be silent? Is this the right time to be selling? In this PGA of Canada webinar, media and marketing expert Warren Weeks will share tips to help you build your brand in a smart, sensitive way to help position your business for continued success once the pandemic comes to an end. There will also be plenty of opportunities to have your questions answered, so send them to us in advance or ask them during the session.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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World Handicap System #2

Thursday, April 16th @ 1:00 p.m. ET
Webinar

This year marks the launch of the new World Handicap System which will be implemented in countries all over the world. The World Handicap System aims to bring the game of golf under a single set of handicapping rules and provide a more consistent measure of players’ ability between different regions of the world.

Please Note: All 3 World Handicap System sessions cover the same information, please only register once unless you have additional questions. Recordings will be made available after each session.

*Content provided by Golf Ontario

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PGA Open Discussion Call #4

Thursday, April 16 @ 3:30 p.m. ET

This will be an open discussion amongst PGA professionals to discuss best practices and open forum on managing COVID-19 issues. To facilitate the best discussion and collaboration, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed on each session and each webinar will last a maximum of 90 minutes.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

Associate Professional Round Table Discussion

Monday, April 20 @ 3:00 p.m. E.T.
Source: ZOOM

Associate (Class A) Professionals are invited to provide updates and share ideas on the upcoming golf season in a round table discussion format. This ZOOM video conference will be 1 hour in length and will provide AoT Networking professionals an opportunity to meet/re-connect with other professionals while discussing topics such as Events, Pro Shop Inventory Management, and Professional Development.
 
Key Learning Opportunities Include: Industry Updates, Pro Shop Inventory Management, Professional Development, Networking

Social Media (Twitter & Instagram)
@AoTNetworking

*Content provided by AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

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Mind Game Workshop

Monday, April 20th @ 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Webinar

Plan to join Tim N. Kremer, M.A., president and founder of Peak Performance Mind Coaching, and Jeff Overholt, PGA of Canada for a FREE 1-hour webinar designed for coaches interested in learning more about the mind game as it relates to coaching in sports.

This webinar is free to coaches in any sport and will introduce you to how the inner world of thought and emotion precedes every single play. Our leading-edge mind skill development concepts will give you new, powerful ideas and tools of how to help your students or even yourself rise to a higher level of performance.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario Member, Jeff Overholt

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Golf Shop E-Commerce through Shopify – Easy and affordable!

Wednesday, April 22nd @ 11:00 a.m. E.T.
Webinar

Do you want to learn how to create your own e-commerce store for your Golf Shop in a fast, easy and affordable way? Do what Amazon and over 1,000,000 other businesses have done using the Shopify e-commerce platform. Steve Bryant, Director Of Golf at Cutten Fields and winner of the 2019 PGA of Ontario and PGA of Canada Retailer of the Year will speak about what it takes to set up, build and maintain a Shopify e-commerce store for your Golf Shop. This webinar will cover the following topics;

    The Key Benefits to having an e-commerce store for your Golf Shop
    What you get with the Shopify platform
    How to set up a home page and menu items
    How to create Collection Pages, Product Pages and Customer profiles
    Exploring and setting up online payment and shipping options
    An Introduction to Shopify Apps and how they enhance your store
    Maintaining you Shopify store

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario Member, Steve Bryant

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Coping with COVID-19 with Yoga for Golfers

Wednesday, April 22nd @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.

Katherine Roberts will cover some Yoga for Golfers exercises you can do during this pandemic and also how you can connect with your golfers through yoga both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

* Content provided by PGA of Canada

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AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

Head Professional Break Out Sessions

Thursday, April 23 @ 1:00 p.m. E.T.
Source: ZOOM

AoT Networking professionals will be split into ten breakout groups using ZOOM video conferencing. Each group will be paired with a highly regarded Head Professional from the PGA of Ontario zone and be given 20 minutes to hear about their journey to becoming a Head Professional. After 20 minutes, the groups will be paired with new Head Professional for a second breakout session.
 
Key Learning Opportunities Include: Career Pathway, Mentorship, Professional Development, Networking

Social Media (Twitter & Instagram)
@AoTNetworking

*Content provided by AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

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Personal Branding: What It Means To Be You

Friday, April 24th @ 10:00 a.m. E.T.
Webinar

For many of us, we are playing the waiting game. Until we get the go-ahead from the experts, we are tasked with finding ways to fill our day. In the true spirit of the PGA of Canada Professional, many have challenged themselves with developing their personal brand. The content being posted, the way emails are being communicated, and how our background looks in a zoom meeting; all of these contribute to our personal brands.

In this webinar, we will discuss defining a personal brand, a few golden rules to consider and learn how a personal brand can impact your career. There will be plenty of opportunities to have your questions answered, so please send them in advance.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario Member, Chevy Rennie

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Marketing Fundamentals and the Road Ahead for COVID-19

Friday, April 24th @ 1:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

In this webinar, Brian is going to focus on the marketing fundamentals that are critically important for you as golf professionals to focus on during COVID-19.

Brian Siddle is the Director of Community and Content at Strong Coffee Marketing. Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Strong Coffee Marketing is an award-winning digital agency that focuses on the development and execution of online marketing strategies. Since its foundation in 2009, the agency has worked with a vast array of clients seeking to learn, develop, and implement marketing and communications strategies on the web.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Excelling the Customer Journey and Rebooting Your Business

Tuesday, April 28th at 1:30 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

Derek Murray will cover his experience of the customer journey and excelling in customer service - a pivotal reality that PGA professionals must specialize in the new normal after COVID-19. Price is becoming less and less relevant when delivery the experience in fact customers will happily pay more io they feel they are being treated differently and valued.

Derek will also cover key areas that business leaders can look at during this pandemic to reset their business and potential opportunities and areas of growth.

Derek Murray is one of the World’s leading independent experts on golf club technology and the true art of custom fitting and club making.

He is Owner of his family run business, ForeGolf, which is based at The Long Game Academy, Killeen Castle, Dunsany, County Meath in Ireland.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Obedience Training for your Brain: A virtual workshop on how to stop your mind from yanking you all over the place, biting the kids, and crapping in your golf shoes

Wednesday, April 29th @ 10:00 a.m. E.T.
Webinar
Session 1 of 2

Tim O’Connor is a golf and mental performance coach, author of four books including The Moe Norman Story: The Feeling of Greatness, a blogger, co-host of the Swing Thoughts podcast, and head coach of the University of Guelph golf team. He is winner of the 2020 Lorne Rubenstein Media Award given by Golf Ontario for contributions to golf in Ontario.

In the first workshop, we’ll cover:

    How to quiet your thoughts and manage your emotions using awareness
    Adapting the skills of high-performance golf to dealing stress on and off the golf course
    Everyone talks about the importance of being present, but what does it mean?
    How to use your body as an ally to control your mind
    Strategies and tools, and some challenges to train your brain

To get the most out of this workshop, you are encouraged to sign up for both days.  Should session 2 of 2 fill, a second session will be scheduled.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario

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PGA Open Discussion Call #6

Wednesday, April 29 @ 11:00 a.m. ET

This will be an open discussion amongst PGA professionals to discuss best practices and open forum on managing COVID-19 issues. To facilitate the best discussion and collaboration, a maximum of 20 people will be allowed on each session and each webinar will last a maximum of 90 minutes.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Building Trust in teams through Communication

Wednesday, April 29th @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

The presentation is Building Trust through communication in crisis which will look at aspects of the change cycle, relate you to crisis and how building trust through effective communication in crisis can accelerate performance in your team. It will centre more around teams than customers as in this time of uncertainty bringing the team together is vitally important. Some examples of how this would relate to their work in the club will be throughout the presentation, approx 40 minutes plus questions.

Andrew is a highly experienced Golf Club General Manager with over 20 years in senior leadership and operations management roles, earning a reputation for delivering world-class customer service. He currently heads up the team at Ireland's No.1 course Portmarnock Golf Club as General Manager, having previously led all facets of the business as General Manager of Emirates Golf Club in Dubai. Andrew also led the operations at Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club and also as Group General Manager of the Trump Golf portfolio in Dubai, earning awards for service excellence in the first year of operation.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Creating a Dynamic Warm Up for Your Golfers

Wednesday, April 29th@ 3:30 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

Katherine Roberts will cover some Yoga for Golfers exercises you can incorporate to create a dynamic warm up for your golfers when COVID-19 allows us to return to golf.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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World Handicap System #3

Thursday, April 30th @ 2:00 p.m. ET
Webinar

This year marks the launch of the new World Handicap System which will be implemented in countries all over the world. The World Handicap System aims to bring the game of golf under a single set of handicapping rules and provide a more consistent measure of players’ ability between different regions of the world.

Please Note: All 3 World Handicap System sessions cover the same information, please only register once unless you have additional questions. Recordings will be made available after each session.

*Content provided by Golf Ontario

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Event Preparation and Execution by Jeremy Broom

Monday, May 4th @10:00 a.m. E.T.
Webinar

Jeremy Broom, PGA of Ontario Member and Director of Golf at Mississaugua Golf & Country Club will be highlighting the tournament operations at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club.  He will share event Preparation and Execution tips which will showcase the entirety of Golf Operations at Mississaugua.

Jeremy will get into the nuts & bolts, email protocol, score boarding and event setup.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario Member, Jeremy Broom

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Titleist Golf Ball Fitting & Education – Coach Training

Monday, May 4th@ 1:30 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

The Titleist Story – 10 mins

Phil Young (Missed Putt, X-ray story)

Pro V1 Story – Las Vegas Nevada Open – 100-man march

https://soundcloud.com/teamtitleist/the-launch-of-the-first-pro-v1-golf-ball

Current Ball Lineup – 15 mins

Pro V1 vs V1X vs AVX (Flight, Feel, Spin)

Tour Usage

Performance Lineup (Why each ball exists, who it’s for, what you need to know)

Golf Ball Fitting & Education – 15 mins

What is golf ball fitting?

Process (education, trackman fitting, tour fitting)

Green to tee ideology

FAQ & Golf Ball Myths

Golf Ball Fitting at your Facility – 10 mins

Discussion on how the coach/professional can run their own ball education events

Discuss resources available to help execute event (posters/creative, seeding balls, etc.)

Q&A – 10 mins

Answer any golf ball PK questions

Answer any golf ball fitting questions
 

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Obedience Training for your Brain: A virtual workshop on how to stop your mind from yanking you all over the place, biting the kids, and crapping in your golf shoes

Wednesday, May 6th @ 10:00 a.m. E.T.
Webinar
Session 2 of 2

Tim O’Connor is a golf and mental performance coach, author of four books including The Moe Norman Story: The Feeling of Greatness, a blogger, co-host of the Swing Thoughts podcast, and head coach of the University of Guelph golf team. He is winner of the 2020 Lorne Rubenstein Media Award given by Golf Ontario for contributions to golf in Ontario.

In the second workshop, we’ll cover:

  •     Developing your awareness is a great start
  •     Just like improving your golf game, old patterns and belief systems can cause you to stall and plateau
  •     Here’s why you struggle with controlling your thinking, and how awareness can help you
  •     A non-scary Introduction to meditation for people who don’t want to wear robes

To get the most out of this workshop, you are encouraged to sign up for both days.  Should session 2 of 2 fill, a second session will be scheduled.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario

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Industry Evolution: Trends and Lasting Impacts of COVID-19

Wednesday, May 6th @ 3:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

This webinar will be conducted by GGA Partners (formerly Global Golf Advisors) and cover some of the key strategies and tactics they have seem domestically and globally for golf clubs managing during the COVID19 pandemic.

Andrew Johnson began at Global Golf Advisors after completing his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s Smith School of Business in 2018.  During his time at Smith, Andrew focused on Marketing, Consumer Behaviour and Entrepreneurship.

Prior to joining GGA, Andrew worked in the marketing department at Mazda Canada where he helped the company redesign its website and worked closely with advertising agencies. During university, he began his own small marketing consulting venture in his home town of Carlisle, helping small businesses set up websites and social media.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Leadership in this New World

Monday, May 11th @ 1:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

From closure to capacity!

From uncertainty to action!

From shaking hands to shaking elbows at six feet apart!

It ‘is’ a new world, and every leader will need to adapt to new realities, new challenges and mostly, new opportunities in leading their teams and their members into this new normal.

Right now, the role of the PGA Member has never been more important, and in this live webinar you will learn new ways to train your team, increase morale and improve the guest experience at your club. Plus, you will discover the three most important traits that every leader should have during this time of uncertainty.

Whether you manage a team of one or one hundred, or simply want to be the best that you can be in 2020, don’t miss this valuable webinar.   

PRESENTER

James Cronk

Co-Founder - Golf Industry Guru

Principle – Cronk Group

BIO

Get powered on! As a club manager, golf professional, consultant and leadership coach, James Cronk has over 25 years of golf business experience and success.  He travels the world speaking to golf club owners and managers to help them get their people and their clubs powered on. To learn more about his company’s work and clients, visit cronkgroup.com. This spring he and his business partner Scott Masse have launched Golf Industry Guru, a global on-line education and training platform for golf club owners and managers.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Effective Employee Management

Tuesday, May 12th @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

Are you spending more time on administration of employee issues? Are you concerned that COVID-19 will only add to the employee challenges that you will face?

Watershed HR Solutions was launched by Steve Mendelssohn, a practicing labour and employment lawyer and former Vice President of Human Resources has created a specialized low-cost HR offering designed primarily for small to mid sized employers. HR support has been reinvented in an affordable way.

As businesses reopen following the Covid–19 crisis, remote support will become the new normal. Watershed HR Solutions has created a one-stop offering of comprehensive HR support at a fraction of the cost of having any dedicated HR support within your business.

The HRIS system allows members to fluidly and seamlessly manage all aspects of the employment relationship from hiring, on-boarding, performance management, healt and safety, payroll, time-off requests, discipline and discharge as well as other means of ending the employment relationship, such as layoff or temporary layoff given the seasonal staffing adjustments that our member courses experience annually.

Join us and meet the PGA of Ontario's newest partner - Watershed HR Solutions!

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario partner Watershed HR Solutions

 

Towards A "New Normal": Managing the return of staff from a legal perspective

Thursday, May 14th @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

As golf courses across Canada begin reopening under new government-imposed public health regulations, how can employers properly manage the expectations of staff who are returning to work? Given the circumstances, or the "new normal", what obligations (if any) do employers have towards smaller teams who may be fulfilling multiple duties and potentially working longer hours to support operations? How do health and safety considerations come into play for employees who refuse to return to work due to the potential risk of COVID-19 infection? For employees who are getting back to their jobs, what responsibilities do employers face related to their health and safety and to childcare requirements?

Join Lorenzo Lisi, Leader of the Aird & Berlis Workplace Law Group, as he delivers a special presentation to the Professional Golfers’ Association of Canada, on what to expect when your teams heads back to work following lockdown.

Lorenzo is Leader of the firm's Workplace Law Group. He has practised exclusively in the area of labour and employment law for over 30 years, representing employers on all areas touching labour and employment law, both provincially and federally.

Lorenzo has developed a practical, business-oriented approach and has built a long list of loyal clients who depend on him for direct solutions, risk analysis and strategic advice. Cognizant of the time pressures and deadlines most employers experience in today’s workplace, he combines focused, calm and proactive advice with exceptional client service, while remaining approachable to all levels of the organization.

His expertise spans the broad spectrum of workplace law, whether it be defending employers against employee claims (wrongful and constructive dismissal, human rights, harassment) or dealing with a unionized workplace. He has extensive experience in grievance and labour board litigation, injunctive proceedings, responding to union organizing and applications for certification, collective bargaining and grievance arbitration. Lorenzo also advises his management clients on acquisitions, divestitures and restructurings, enforceability of restrictive covenants and the application of various labour and employment statutes.

Lorenzo writes and speaks extensively. He is the originator of the Aird & Berlis Workplace Law webinar series which provides one hour webinars on current and topical labour and employment issues, and which offers practical advice and tips for employers in navigating the complex laws and rules of the workplace. He also has developed and presents management training seminars on a wide variety of topics, including human rights, union organizing defence strategies, strikes and lock outs, employment policies and procedures and risk management.

Lorenzo has served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers as well as a member of the Government Affairs Committee of the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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Contactless Golf - A New Approach

Thursday, May 21st @ 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Webinar

Golf Genius Software is the global leader in Tournament Management Software and is currently trusted by close to 9000 Clubs and Associations in 49 countries around the world.  Golf Genius proudly employs 39 golf professionals

Golf Genius Software is a cloud-based software solution that will allow your event and league participants to maintain a level of competitive enjoyment in a safe, responsible, and engaging manner.  Saving Professionals and league managers time, users can now communicate, and stay engaged, with event participants using technology.  Features like online registration, mobile scoring, customizable portals, and unlimited text messaging all offer unique benefits that will allow your facility to conduct leagues and tournaments in a contactless fashion.  

To learn more, please join us for an information session on Thursday, May 21st at 2:00 PM EDT  that will showcase the features of our TMS Club Premium software in more detail.

*Content provided by PGA of Canada

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AoT Network - Associate/Assistant Round Table discussion

Monday, June 1st @ 7:00 pm
ZOOM

Topics would include:

    Best practices for Golf Operations
    Retail, health and safety protocols
    Labour official checks ins

Social Media (Twitter & Instagram)
@AoTNetworking

*Content provided by AoT Networking (Assistants/Associates of Toronto Networking)

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Teaching/Coaching Open Forum Webinar

Join our Teaching/Coaching open forum webinar on Monday, June 8th at 8:00 a.m. to learn best practices and innovative solutions from fellow teaching professionals.

Please come ready to share what's been implemented at your facility.

*Content provided by PGA of Ontario

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