Designing Effective Meetings Virtual Workshop - Late Fall 2019

When

11/14/2019

11:30am - 1:00pm Mountain Time

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Communication Skills
Description

Designing meetings so they are focused, effective, and engaging is a key leadership skill. Whether you lead a community coalition, an accreditation or QI team, workgroup or committee meetings, stakeholder planning sessions, or other types of meetings, this virtual workshop will provide you with strategies and techniques to help you keep your meetings on point, engaging, and action-oriented. This workshop focuses on how to plan and structure a meeting to achieve your desired outcomes.

This virtual workshop will feature a blend of instruction and practice work in small groups, so come ready to participate! A webcam is required for participation. Don't have one or not sure how to use yours? We can help! Email us at support.rmphtc@ucdenver.edu.

Learning Objectives

This virtual workshop addresses the strategic skill of Persuasive Communication as participants will explore strategies for leading meetings that are inclusive, invite dialogue and engagement, and motivate participants to action.

 

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe meeting planning and design strategies that encourage participation and engagement
  2. Create a meeting agenda that best serves the meeting's purpose
  3. Identify at least 1 meeting design strategy that addresses the issues of power or inclusivity
Length of Learning Opportunity
1.5 hours
Registration Information
Click on the green "Register Now" button at the top left of this page. You will need to be logged in or will need to create an account prior to registering for this training. Creating an account will not automatically register you for this training. You will need to re-open this page and register. Please email registration.rmphtc@ucdenver.edu with registration questions.
Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts
Facilitation of the training will be provided by Sarah Davis. Sarah’s background includes coalition leadership, including with the smoke-free movement in Colorado in the early 2000s, Colorado Amendment 35 tobacco tax, and with Nevada’s smoke-free casino efforts until 2014, when she joined the RM-PHTC. Sarah is a graduate from the Interaction Institute’s Facilitative Leadership for Social Change program and she holds a Masters degree in Nonprofit Management.
Geographic Relevance
Registration is limited to individuals from Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, or Wyoming.

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