BY KAYCIE STUSHEK, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NETWORK COORDINATOR, THE HUB
A wise woman once told me: The ability to make decisions as a team is key to the success of any group hoping to reach its goals.
It sounds simple, but sometimes we find ourselves participating in meetings where the group keeps getting stuck. Whether it is talking in circles, working with dominating participants, avoiding personality conflicts, or repeating negative narratives, these can all keep us from reaching, or even setting, our team goals. Sound familiar?
If you are a group leader who faces some of these roadblocks and you want to grow your ability to overcome challenges and drive your team towards success, we have an opportunity for you!
As a kickoff to New Story 2018, The Hub is partnering with facilitator-extraordinaire Katey Lauer, who will be leading a workshop titled Getting Unstuck: a workshop for meeting facilitators who want to grow their skills in helping their groups make decisions.
- Identify common challenges that arise in group decision-making
- Explore key agenda and meeting design considerations that support effective meetings
- Grow our facilitation tool boxes
The workshop will be held May 31st at the Lewisburg Fairgrounds from 9:30am-12:30pm.
You can secure your spot for this workshop when you register for New Story by clicking here. Sign up under the Bonus Events “Getting Unstuck facilitation workshop”. There are only 25 spots, so register soon! The cost is $50 for the workshop. Materials and snacks will be provided.
How do we change history? Find us at New Story in Lewisburg on May 31 – June 1 to find out.
Details at https://wvhubnewstory.com/