Tag: In-Person

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(In-Person) Strengthening Your Facilitation Skills – Day 3 of 3

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION In your professional or volunteer work, have you ever needed to: help a new group get started? guide a group to solve a problem? help a group deal with a conflict? Skills for working with groups don’t usually come naturally and are not routinely taught. If you have ever worked with a group […]

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(In-Person) Strengthening Your Facilitation Skills – Day 2 of 3

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION In your professional or volunteer work, have you ever needed to: help a new group get started? guide a group to solve a problem? help a group deal with a conflict? Skills for working with groups don’t usually come naturally and are not routinely taught. If you have ever worked with a group […]

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(In-Person) Engaging Your Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking is a learnable skill that will develop your ability to question assumptions, build constructive arguments, solve problems and negotiate positive relationships. In today’s world of informational overload, it is also a powerful way to increase your capacity for effective, directed action.

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Group of young people sitting outside around a table with a giant piece of paper in the middle with writing on it

(In-Person) Strengthening Your Facilitation Skills – Day 1 of 3

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION In your professional or volunteer work, have you ever needed to: help a new group get started? guide a group to solve a problem? help a group deal with a conflict? Skills for working with groups don’t usually come naturally and are not routinely taught. If you have ever worked with a group […]

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(Online) Engaging Your Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking is a learnable skill that will develop your ability to question assumptions, build constructive arguments, solve problems and negotiate positive relationships. In today’s world of informational overload, it is also a powerful way to increase your capacity for effective, directed action.

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