Wednesday, March 3, 2021 (12pm Pacific Time, 1pm Mountain Time)
Some will say that this last year of the COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed how we work. Moreover, many now wonder what our work will look like returning to a “new normal” in the years ahead. Miles will talk about adaptive management and other coping strategies for working virtually from anywhere following the three R’s: Resilience, Reinvention and Reactivation. Topics to be discussed include: how do I find and do work remotely during the Pandemic, what are the trends, tendencies, and opportunities in impact assessment, how to avoid Zoom burnout and blurring work/life boundaries, where do we go from here and are the roaring 20s about to happen again?
About the speaker Miles Scott-Brown, M.E. Des., CEA
Miles leads the Ciera Group as an environmental practitioner, professional biologist, and impact assessment specialist with over 30+ years’ experience in assessing and managing complex environmental and social issues in infrastructure projects around the globe. He has a bachelor’s degree (Hon.) in marine biology from UBC, a master’s degree in Environmental Design from the University of Calgary, Canada, is a professional biologist (ASPB), a certified environmental auditor (EcoCanada) and an accredited assessor in the IHA Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol.
The one-hour-long webinar will begin at 12:00 pm Pacific time, 1:00 pm Mountain time, on Weds. March 3, 2021.
There is no cost for the event, but you must register to receive the webinar link (to be provided prior to the event). Non-members have the option for a small donation to support our organization.
REGISTER AT: https://ia-covid.
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