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Facilitation: Skills for Leading Meaningful, Productive Meetings

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Facilitation: Skills for Leading Meaningful, Productive Meetings

Time: October 20, 2011 at 10am to October 21, 2011 at 4pm
Location: Community Mediation, Inc.
Street: 32 Elm Street
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Website or Map: http://cmi.community-mediatio…
Event Type: training
Organized By: David Gafron Savage
Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2011

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Are you tired of running meetings that don’t lead to results? Are you frustrated with participants who are not focused on the issue? Do you find it difficult to keep meetings on topic? Do your meetings get ‘hijacked’? Do you want buy-in from the group you are working with? Then this training might be just what you need. You can’t change the people you work with, but you can change the way you work with them.

In a hands-on, interactive training environment you will learn the skills and techniques necessary to facilitate large and small group discussions in a number of contexts. We will show you how to:

  • structure and set up a meeting
  • create a safe space for creative interaction
  • be aware of and work with group dynamics
  • use active listening techniques to encourage group conversation
  • respond to criticism in a productive way
  • handle conflict in a group setting
  • use decision-making methods to reach results

Soft skills like the ones above are essential in the modern workplace. After this training you will be able to run effective meetings, access group creativity, and facilitate large groups with ease.

Registration:

Space in this training is limited to 20 participants. Early registration is encouraged to guarantee a place in the training.

Tuition for this training is $300 and includes all materials and meals. A deposit of $100 is required to hold your seat. (If you register for this training as part of out training package LINK the cost for this training will be reduced by $100.). Space in this training is limited to 20 participants. Early registration is encouraged to guarantee a place in the training.

 

Go here to register: http://cmi.community-mediation.org/2011/06/facilitation-skills-for-leading-meaningful-productive-meetings/

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