Webinars

Courageous Conversations (Part 1 / 2)

Tuesday, December 7 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

Everyone wants to walk away from a conversation feeling engaged, inspired, connected and like they have been understood. There is no reason why all conversations - even challenging ones - should not conclude with goodwill and actions that people can live with. Even a respectful difference of opinion can open the door to great future conversations and opportunities.
 
The risks of poor communication or avoiding courageous conversations are inaction, wrong actions, ineffectiveness, conflict, strained relationships, duplication of effort, resistance and poor morale. It becomes easy to see then, that not having that conversation is a much greater risk than having it.
 
Benefits in the workplace include:

  • increasing trust, honesty and transparency within your team and diverse relationships;
  • more responsiveness to positive changes needed in the workplace

 
Learning Outcomes

  • develop self-awareness, skills, and behaviours that lead to having Courageous Conversations;
  • build a culture where neurodiversity is celebrated, people feel respected, use their voice, collaborate and problem-solve;
  • practice techniques and strategies aimed at increasing interpersonal resilience and navigating challenging situations with increased skill and confidence.

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Details/Sign-up

Courageous Conversations (Part 2 / 2)

Thursday, December 9 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

Everyone wants to walk away from a conversation feeling engaged, inspired, connected and like they have been understood. There is no reason why all conversations - even challenging ones - should not conclude with goodwill and actions that people can live with. Even a respectful difference of opinion can open the door to great future conversations and opportunities.
 
The risks of poor communication or avoiding courageous conversations are inaction, wrong actions, ineffectiveness, conflict, strained relationships, duplication of effort, resistance and poor morale. It becomes easy to see then, that not having that conversation is a much greater risk than having it.
 
Benefits in the workplace include:

  • increasing trust, honesty and transparency within your team and diverse relationships;
  • more responsiveness to positive changes needed in the workplace

 
Learning Outcomes

  • develop self-awareness, skills, and behaviours that lead to having Courageous Conversations;
  • build a culture where neurodiversity is celebrated, people feel respected, use their voice, collaborate and problem-solve;
  • practice techniques and strategies aimed at increasing interpersonal resilience and navigating challenging situations with increased skill and confidence.

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Details/Sign-up

Leadership Starts With You (Part 1 / 2)

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

Leadership today isn’t only for executives - leadership is inclusive to all people. Within the three realms of leadership - leading self, leading others, and leading the organization - it’s most important to focus on ourselves first.
 
Leading Ourselves in today’s world has never been more important. Learning how to effectively navigate the change, complexity and uncertainty of the current times requires a deeper knowledge of ourselves and how we affect and impact the world around us.
 
In this session, individuals develop an understanding of the 4 C’s framework for professional & team development - building the commitment, character, competencies that lead to a healthier culture within their team.
 
Learning Outcomes

  •  discuss what leadership means to them, to their team and their organization;
  •  apply the 4 C’s Framework for understanding ourselves and developing as professionals;
  •  describe the importance of self-awareness and building a toolkit for personal growth and resilience;
  •  identify their strengths and build a plan for their development as a leader (at any seniority level).

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Registration will open
in the new year

Leadership Starts With You (Part 2 / 2)

Thursday, January 20, 2022 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

Leadership today isn’t only for executives - leadership is inclusive to all people. Within the three realms of leadership - leading self, leading others, and leading the organization - it’s most important to focus on ourselves first.
 
Leading Ourselves in today’s world has never been more important. Learning how to effectively navigate the change, complexity and uncertainty of the current times requires a deeper knowledge of ourselves and how we affect and impact the world around us.
 
In this session, individuals develop an understanding of the 4 C’s framework for professional & team development - building the commitment, character, competencies that lead to a healthier culture within their team.
 
Learning Outcomes

  • discuss what leadership means to them, to their team and their organization;
  • apply the 4 C’s Framework for understanding ourselves and developing as professionals;
  • describe the importance of self-awareness and building a toolkit for personal growth and resilience;
  • identify their strengths and build a plan for their development as a leader (at any seniority level).

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Registration will open
in the new year

Commitment to Leadership (Part 1 / 2)

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

The commitment to leadership is the decision to take responsibility for ourselves, for our teams, and the organization. These three levels of commitment we call, the “realms of leadership”. This workshop focuses on the second realm - the commitment to leading others.
 
When we commit to leading the people around us, we do this because we believe in something. We have a goal - a vision - that is greater than what one person can achieve by themselves, and we leverage the power of teamwork to achieve this goal.
 
This workshop will support managers and aspiring managers to develop their leadership commitment and learn skills that will serve to increase their ability to work together as a team.
 
Learning Outcomes  

  • understand the purpose and commitment of a leader;
  • define the differences between managing, leading, mentoring & coaching;
  • examine the best practices and contribution of great managers; and
  • identify areas to focus their personal development based on the 4 C’s framework.

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Registration will open
in the new year

Commitment to Leadership (Part 2 / 2)

Thursday, February 10, 2022 @ 10:00-11:30 a.m. E.T.

Webinar – 90 minutes

The commitment to leadership is the decision to take responsibility for ourselves, for our teams, and the organization. These three levels of commitment we call, the “realms of leadership”. This workshop focuses on the second realm - the commitment to leading others.
 
When we commit to leading the people around us, we do this because we believe in something. We have a goal - a vision - that is greater than what one person can achieve by themselves, and we leverage the power of teamwork to achieve this goal.
 
This workshop will support managers and aspiring managers to develop their leadership commitment and learn skills that will serve to increase their ability to work together as a team.
 
Learning Outcomes  

  • understand the purpose and commitment of a leader;
  • define the differences between managing, leading, mentoring & coaching;
  • examine the best practices and contribution of great managers; and
  • identify areas to focus their personal development based on the 4 C’s framework.

* This is a 2 part series

PGA of Ontario members in good standing attending the webinar in real-time will receive 3 Professional Recognition Program points.

Facilitated by CareerJoy

Registration will open
in the new year

The Golf Lab Certified Golf Engineer Level 1

Online Workshop

A Coaches guide to excellence using modern technology

To learn more about what a Golf Engineer is please click here to watch a short video with Liam Mucklow.

Course curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Video
  • Launch Monitor
  • Pressure
  • 3D Motion Capture Basics
  • 3D Motion Capture Examples
  • Live Lesson
  • Additional Information

*Content provided by The Golf Lab

Details/Sign Up

Please click here for the Special PGA of Ontario Discount Code

 

 

Introduction to Center of Gravity

On-demand Online Workshop

This is a brief 20 minute course designed for Amateur Golfers, Golf Coaches, and Club Fitters. It provides a high-level overview of Center of Gravity, Moment of Inertia and their impact on ball flight.
Programs can be accessed by clicking on the Details/Sign-up link on the right side. 

You will be required to make a free account if this is your first time accessing The Golf Lab courses.

Completion of the free course will take 20-30 minutes and upon successfully passing the test you will receive a certificate of completion.

*Content provided by The Golf Lab

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Single Plate Torque Forces

On-demand Online Workshop

This course provides golfers and coaches with an introduction to Torque force as measure by the SwingCatalyst 3D Motion Plate.

Programs can be accessed by clicking on the Details/Sign-up link on the right side. 

You will be required to make a free account if this is your first time accessing The Golf Lab courses.

Completion of the free course will take 20-30 minutes and upon successfully passing the test you will receive a certificate of completion.

*Content provided by The Golf Lab

Details/Sign-up