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Facilitative Skills: An Essential Foundation for Collaborati

Location: UCB 127 (FishBowl)

This is a unique, two-day workshop developed and presented by retired UH specialist Donna R. Ching, Ph.D. She has deconstructed the concept of collaborative leadership and created a very practical program for helping individuals lead from within their organizations or groups, starting with the planning and conducting of successful meetings.

At a time when organizations are seeking to leverage their existing resources, training people in facilitative skills is a highly efficient way to ensure that 1) meetings are productive; 2) critical conversations are well managed; and 3) individuals at every level are working in a collaborative manner. With its emphasis on practical skills and its real-life examples, this workshop provides a roadmap for adding to one’s toolkit a set of skills and practices that are foundational to collaborative leadership.

December 1 & 2, 2016, Thursday & Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm, 2 Class

For more information or to register, please contact the College of Continuing Education and Community Service at (808) 932-7830 or email ccecs@hawaii.edu

Special Restrictions: Tuition $400

For more information, contact: ccecs@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7830

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