Have you ever said “yes” to something and immediately regretted it? Whether it was volunteering to coach a Little League team, baking cookies for an event, or volunteering for yet another project at work, we have all done it and said “yes” even though we knew we didn’t have the time, energy, or passion for it.
During this webinar, we will explore the reasons we say ‘yes’ when we really want or need to say ‘no’. Then we’ll examine different tips and tricks that will help all of us set the boundaries we need so we can say ‘yes’ to more of the things that fulfill our purpose and goals in life.
Other Webinars with this Presenter
- March 7: The Art of Curious Leadership
- April 23: Promoting Yourself in a Male-Dominated Field
- July 16: Ask Me Anything: Managing the Younger Generation – Gen Z
- Oct 1: Learning to Say No (this webinar)
- Nov 19: Managing Your Inner Critic (coming soon!)
This webinar will be considered by the American Jail Association to equal one online learning hour toward certification and recertification for the following programs: Certified Jail Officer, Certified Jail Supervisor and Certified Jail Manager. For more information about AJA certification programs, visit https://www.americanjail.org/certification.
Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE) is an organization of individuals working together to foster awareness of the value that women bring to law enforcement. WIFLE’s goals include recruitment, retention, and promotion of women in federal law enforcement occupations, and the continued development of an information sharing and support network. WIFLE promotes collaborative leadership styles and the development of programs and policies that balance community service with enforcement of the laws. WIFLE also serves as an information and resource network for women in federal law enforcement, domestically and internationally. WIFLE is a leader in diversity, equity and inclusion in the federal law enforcement profession, a cornerstone to effectively serving communities across the country.