Facilitating a Successful Meeting
May 4| $75.00
MAKE THE MOST OF MEETINGS
Research suggests that executives & company leaders are spending half their work week in meetings (HBR, Aug. 2017). With limited resources & time in a fast-paced market, utilizing meeting time optimally is an important skill for leaders in a variety of industries.
This training is designed for leaders who find themselves facilitating work groups, project teams or other groups of diverse interests… or want to. Through this half-day workshop, Paul Dziedzic will help participants learn, in live-action, what steps they can take before, during & after a meeting to engage a more purposeful approach to facilitation. He will also help them consider how this may apply to meetings where they are the leader of a team, like staff meetings.
This workshop is offered once in the morning (8:30 am to 12:00 pm) and once in the afternoon (1:00 pm to 4:30 pm).
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Paul specializes in facilitation, strategic consulting & leadership development through the Center for Continuing Education in Rehabilitation (CCER) at the University of Washington & through his own business. Paul assists leaders in community programs and public agencies with strategy consultation and facilitation on initiatives affecting services and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
Paul is the former Special Assistant to the Governor of Washington on Substance Abuse Issues & the former Director of the Washington Department of Services for the Blind.He also served as President of the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation.