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Facilitation: Helping Groups to Succeed

  • 11 Jun 2015
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
  • General Services Complex

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Susanna Coppernoll a thirty year veteran of the Extension Services of Texas A&M University and has facilitated groups all over the United States.  These include citizen groups, organizational groups, profit, and non-profit groups, and government groups.  In this session she will conduct an interactive session on “Helping Groups to Succeed”.  Sometimes facilitators work with groups “temporarily” to improve their process of solving a problem or sometime facilitators work with groups to develop a “permanent” improvement to their processes.  In either situation there are keys to success.  Those keys will be covered in this session including:  A look at the five most common situations a facilitator will need  to work through in “Helping Groups to Succeed.

This presentation aligns to the Training Delivery competency which indicates that training and development professionals should be able to: effectively deliver training and manage the learner and their environment. For more information, visit https://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.

 

Competency model

 

Meal: Turkey, chopped beef, pasta salad, and green beans.


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