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Navigating Challenging Conversations 201 (section two)
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When: 01/22/2019
12:30 pm to 3:00 pm
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St. James Academy
3100 Monkton Road
Monkton, Maryland  21111
United States


Online registration is available until: 1/18/2019
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Category: Hands-on

 

Navigating Challenging Conversations 201 (section two)

 

Do you have a basic understanding of navigating challenging conversations and want to focus on practice and further development of your skills? This workshop is for you!

 

We will start by discussing the importance of establishing community norms and clarifying community values (often overlooked when addressing challenging conversations). We will then spend the majority of this workshop engaged in structured role-playing, using a creative and engaging process, on topics chosen by participants. Attendees will leave having practiced specific and personally relevant conversations and will have received feedback and suggestions from peers and leaders.

 

Prerequisite:  Participation in one of the Navigating Challenging Conversation professional development workshops offered through AIMS is a prerequisite.  This program will be building off of the information shared in that original program. 


AIMS Members: $50 (through January 8th) or $60 (After January 8th)
NON AIMS Members: $70(through January 8th) or $80 (After January 8th)

 

Lunch can be purchased for an additional $15.00 per person (make sure to indicate lunch order on your registration).


Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after January 12th.

 

 

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Presenter Information: 

 

Brooke Carroll, Ph.D. is Principal Consultant and Coach at Acies Strategies, supporting small and mid-sized schools and nonprofits in leadership coaching, board development, and strategic thinking and planning. Dr. Carroll holds a doctorate in educational psychology and has over 20 years of experience leading schools and nonprofits. She has served on several Boards in various roles. Prior to consulting and coaching, Dr. Carroll was Head of School for 9 years at Seneca Academy, an International Baccalaureate World School.

 

 

Jen Cort's career blends her experience as a clinical social worker and educator.  Her educational administrative experiences are as an assistant head of lower school, head of a middle school and senior administrator.  Jen's therapy background includes serving as a counselor in lower, middle and upper schools as well as private practice.  Jen went into consulting after seeing a need for supporting schools to live out their missions regarding diversity and inclusion such that students can be seen and heard while learning to be visible and use their voices in productive ways.  Jen works with schools around the Country and in Canada and is the host of a podcast, Third Space, providing diversity education by leading experts. 


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