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Supplier Profile - Beth Butland

Beth Butland Contact Details:
Beth Butland
4366 Wildmint Sq
Ottawa, ON, K1V 1N7

Tel: 613-822-0227
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Beth Butland
Workshop Facilitator, Program Developer
Provides services in: ONTARIO
Based in: Ottawa area   Location: Ottawa

Enhancing Short-Term Memory Skills


The world is changing at an unprecedented pace; technology and knowledge are the new economy's lifeblood. The effort to learn new skills and re-learn systems, technologies and processes on a continuous basis today requires good short term memory skills. By learning and practicing effective techniques that 'fine tune' memory skills, people discover they can immediately and successfully apply these skills in their personal or professional live.

Course Outline

  • § Types of Memories and their Function
  • § Common Theory of how Human Memory Works
  • § Myths and Realities of Memory Loss
  • § Common Causes of Non-Medical Memory Loss
  • § Practical Internal and External Memory Aids

Personality Dimensions For Teams


In most 21st century workplaces, teams and working groups have replaced the hierarchical business model of the past that included top and middle management. Today's employers place a high priority on the ability of employees to effectively work with others. Personality Dimensions is an interactive group assessment tool designed to promote awareness and understanding of personality types making for more cohesive teams.


Course Outline

  • § Awareness of personal strengths and weaknesses of self and others
  • § Uses colors to refer to the 4 character types
  • § Delivered in a lively and interactive group format
  • § Promoting understanding of strengths and preferences of others
  • § Improving communication and interpersonal relationships with team members
  • § Recognizing that personality differences are "gifts" not faults


Working In Retirement- Is Your Future Working?


With the abolishment of mandatory retirement, workers are now free to remain in the workforce. Senior or older workers may choose to work full or part time, take seasonal or temporary contracts to supplement their retirement income. There are several important factors to consider if people choose the option of staying in the workforce past retirement.

Course Outline

  • § Assessing retirement income needs
  • § How working affects social security pensions
  • § Dispelling common myths about older workers
  • § Promoting the Age Advantage unique to older workers
  • § Types of employment possibilities
  • § Tips and techniques for self-marketing skills and experiences
  • § Generating ideas for work after retirement


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