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Workshop: Navigating Those Tricky Conversations (LA)

Navigating Those Tricky Conversations (LA)

https://ecoact.org/thehospitalityprogram/test/?ma=owl-paraphrasing&ba=2 http://dig.csail.mit.edu/wiki/images/faq.php?toq=american-history-thesis-paper-topics&how=6 This workshop is for teachers and administrators who want to strengthen their skills when working with other adults by:

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      • identifying the various types of conversations that typically happen in school and thinking through how to approach each one.
      • planning strategically for challenging conversations in advance to better assess for nuance and outcome.
      • practicing for unannounced/drop-in meetings and conversations that do not unfold as expected.
      • developing empathy and understanding for the person in the other chair.
      • identifying and practicing protocols for one-time and on-going conversations with other adults in your community–parents, colleagues, those we supervise and are supervised by.
      • planning for conversations that go awry and how to best repair past damage.

order custom paper Using the book Fierce Conversations as one touchpoint, participants will share previous experiences, define areas of needed focus, practice using a case study from their experience and make plans to implement these strategies. The purpose of this workshop is to make each of us a better leader, teacher, and communicator as we navigate the tricky and sticky moments that arise each day.

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Facilitators

Leslie Powell

Leslie Powell

which organelle does photosynthesis take place Leslie Powell is a veteran educator and lifelong learner with a degree in developmental psychology and a multiple subjects credential. In her tenure at Head-Royce she has held many leadership positions including lead teacher, Dean of Faculty & Students in the summer program, Intern Teacher program director as well as her current role as Assistant Head of Lower School. She believes in skillful and effective communication as a means to foster strong, positive relationships and authentic dialogue. Leslie lives in Alameda and enjoys time with her family and island walks with her dog, Coconut.
Rachel Concannon

Rachel Concannon

homeworkhelp tk Rachel Concannon is the Middle and Upper School Counselor at Head-Royce School in Oakland. She is a Marriage and Family Therapist with over twelve years of experience helping adolescents and adults through challenging times. Prior to working at Head-Royce, she was a school counselor at Alameda High School and King Middle School and a therapist at Planned Parenthood. In her role at Head-Royce she counsels students and faculty, helps guide the Women’s Affinity group, leads the teacher mentor program, and teaches Life Skills classes to 7th and 8th graders. Rachel lives in the East Bay with her husband and two young children, and enjoys hiking with her friends and dog. go here  
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