WIM/WiN is a great place to network and share experiences with other people who work in the mining industry, both underground and above-ground. It’s a venue to hear stories on workplace best practices and career development within the mining sector. Most of all its a great opportunity to connect with people in the industry in a social and professional environment.
WIM/WIN Saskatchewan Lunch & Learn Event – Our Words Matter: The Power of Language in the Workplace – March 22, 2018
Please join WIM/Win-SK for our February Lunch & Learn networking event!
We welcome our speaker Ms. Rana Biesenthal from Bridges Health, who will be presenting the the theme Our Words Matter: The Power of Language in the Workplace.
This talk will provide practical knowledge and take-aways regarding using appropriate terminology in the workplace as well as learning about first person language and perspective taking in relation to psychological health and safety. This interactive, adult-learning based curriculum brings to light and demystifies some of the stigma surrounding mental illness and how we as individuals can adopt healthy and supportive language in the workplace, and beyond.
In Honour Of International Women’s Day
IM/WiN-SK would like to recognize the outstanding contribution and exceptional leadership of the following women:
- Alice Wong
- Pamela Schwann
- Tammy Van Lambalgen
- Veronique Loewen
WIM/WiN-SK Announces the Launch of the Inaugural Mine Your Potential Mentorship Program
Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan Inc. (WIM/WiN-SK) has been a part of the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear scene since 2010. We provide our members with personal and professional development opportunities, contribute to knowledge and experience exchange among members and promote career interest in the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear industries and maintain a dialogue with the public to promote factual awareness about the contribution to people and society from minerals, mining, nuclear and radiation technologies.