How much confidence is good for you?

When you believe in yourself, other people are drawn to you. Confidence tells your colleagues and other people you encounter that you are valuable, important and deserve resources being given to you. That’s why being more confident will result in you being allocated more resources – everything from more staff to bigger project budgets.

Right? Maybe not…

Too much confidence can set you back.

Exercise and learning: sparking positive connections for children with ADHD

Researchers at the University of Calgary are exploring how to better support children with ADHD so they can succeed at school, at home and in the community. Research into an exercise program, SPARK for Learning, is contributing to a growing understanding of the link between physical activity and emotional and social wellbeing in children with ADHD.

Find out more about the program and its positive outcomes.

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Parenting: Getting it right

Join researcher Sheri Madigan in this webinar as she provides insights into the importance of adaptive, alert and responsive parenting, and developing the knowledge and/or intuition to respond appropriately to cues and signals.

Recorded June 30, 2016

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