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Healthy Farmer Agriwebinar Series: Part 3 – Your Farm Family
17 April @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Live! Wednesday April 17 @ Noon EDT
Healthy Farmer Series: Part 3 – Your Farm Family
This webinar is part three of Farm Management Canada’s ‘Healthy Farmer’ webinar series, which will focus on health from different angles, including your personal health, your family’s health, and the health of your farm business. Part 2 will focus on your farm family..
Imagine a farm team where everyone’s opinion is heard, and counts. What would it feel like to have courageous conversations that create solutions?
Join Farm Family Coach Elaine Froese for tools to strengthen the culture on your farm to have more energy for management. Like you, Elaine is a farm partner. She’s got a toolbox of common sense approaches to build healthy beliefs, behaviours and decision making choices that will build a happier farm team. She believes “culture beats strategy.” Learn tools to build a strong, fit marriage, too.
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Presented by: Elaine Froese
As a certified farm family business coach, Elaine Froese specializes in helping farm families work through the tough issues to take action. She creates a safe place for families to meet, plan for change and be clear about expectations.
Elaine is an award-winning author of Planting the Seed of Hope, Do the Tough Things Right, Farming’s In-Law Factor, and Building Your Family Legacy. Her online course Get Farm Transition Unstuck helps procrastinating farmers deal with the emotional factors affecting planning. She has been a regular contributor to Grainews for over 20 years, and her blog reaches over 7500 subscribers.
Elaine Froese is a member of the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors and the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. Elaine is a professional business coach, with certification from the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara, as well as a degree in Home Economics.
She farms with her husband and son in southwestern Manitoba on a certified seed farm.