Ever want to leave a meeting? Practical skills to promote functional teams
Presented by the Group Work Institute for ANYONE who wants to lead more effective meetings
Date & Time:
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
McNeely Hall, MCH 100, University of St. Thomas
Meetings are a necessary part of our professional lives. They can be an effective tool to promote functional teams. With group work principles at the core, learn how to think about meetings as a tool in developing your team.
- To develop an awareness of the ways meetings affect and can promote team development
- To apply group work principles to meetings
- To learn techniques for planning and participating in effective meetings
- To understand how stages of team development impact meetings
- To develop strategies for leaders and members to foster team development in meetings
Who should attend?
EVERYONE who wants to lead more effective meetings and promote functional professional teams.
Led by Susan Cochrane, MSW, LICSW
Susan was a clinical social worker before her retirement. Fifteen of those years were in hospitals, and for 23 years she was faculty at St. Catherine University. At St Kate’s she served as Director of Field Education for the St. Kate’s - St. Thomas School of Social Work, and was St. Kate’s Dean of Professional Studies for ten years.
Certificate of Attendance provided: 3 Continuing Education Contact Hours