Let’s talk: Building resilience in the animal services sector

Improve outcomes, decrease burnout

As we see a global shift in social movements, public health responses, and political and economic climates, the animal services sector is experiencing a shift as well. This shift is unfortunately leading to increased burnout and overwhelm—but it also presents a moment of opportunity.

More and more animal services leaders and organizations like yours are adapting to help more animals through innovative programs and practices. In this webinar, Guelph Humane Society shares their experience building organizational resilience and using trauma-informed strategies in a rapidly changing world.

You’re invited to join the Vancouver Humane Society and Guelph Humane Society live on November 16th, 2022, at 9:00 am PST/12:00 pm EST for this free interactive webinar.

Free webinar by the Vancouver Humane Society & Guelph Humane Society

Come listen to Guelph Humane’s story…

The VHS is excited to partner with Guelph Humane Society for a free webinar. During this conversation, they will share how they manage burnout and build resilience within their organization, as well as the trauma-informed strategies they’re using to do so.

Questions explored in the webinar will include:

  • How do you build trust and relationships in your community? What kind of presence do you have in your community?
  • What best practices for a trauma-informed approach stand out to you? What is your organization doing to support those practices? 
  • What are some actions you have taken to build resilience individually, as a team, and as an organization?