Reflective Relationships That Get the Work Done
Workshop participants identify skills and practice strategies for building effective professional relationships, promoting reflective thinking, and encouraging implementation of new knowledge and skills.
You know the “what” and the “why” of your one-on-one work with professionals and providers working with very young children and their families. This workshop explores the “how” of building relationships through which providers’ motivation for learning, growth, and change is supported. Workshop participants identify skills and practice strategies for building effective professional relationships, promoting reflective thinking, and encouraging implementation of new knowledge and skills.
What: 1–2 day
Who: Coaches, mentors, technical assistance providers, consultants
Other potential costs: Purchase of ZTT resources to supplement training content for each participant; photocopying handouts, trainers’ travel expenses; meeting space, recruitment and registration of participants. Note: Costs are subject to change.
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