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Friday, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM MT
*This is a reschedule for the canceled February 2nd session*
How do you design a meeting so it is focused, effective, and engaging? This workshop focuses on the key leadership skill of how to plan and structure a meeting to achieve your desired outcomes. We will address the strategic skill of Persuasive Communication and explore strategies for leading meetings that are inclusive, invite dialogue and engagement, and motivate participants to action. We’ll also provide actionable strategies and techniques to help keep your meetings on point and action-oriented.
This 2-hour workshop is sure to provide tips to elevate how you facilitate meetings. We will use a blend of instruction and practice work in small groups, so come ready to participate!
This virtual workshop requires your participation by video using a webcam or built-in camera on your device. Contact us if you need assistance accessing a webcam.
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Sarah Davis is the Associate Director of RM-PHTC. Sarah’s background involves coalition leadership, including working with the smoke-free movement in Colorado in the early 2000s, Colorado Amendment 35 tobacco tax, and with Nevada’s smoke-free casino efforts. Sarah is a graduate from the Interaction Institute’s Facilitative Leadership for Social Change program and she holds a Master's degree in Nonprofit Management.