Conflict Management Center- Group Facilitation Workshop
204 Maxwell Hall
The Conflict Management Center is proud to announce our next
workshop in our conflict skills series, “Group Facilitation." This free
workshop will be held SUNDAY, MARCH 1; the facilitation training may provide
opportunities to serve as small group facilitators in public engagement events
in the greater Syracuse community in the future. Breakfast snacks and lunch are
included. The details are as follows.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, March 1, 204 Maxwell (across from Executive Education)
10am - 2pm: Group Facilitation
This extremely hands-on and interactive workshop will highlight basic facilitation skills. Participants will receive a general introduction to group facilitation and will provide you with a great opportunity to learn and develop facilitation skills that will serve as a foundation for working with diverse groups both in professional and community outreach settings.
The general outline of topics to be covered includes: General Facilitation Theory, Basic Meeting Structure, Listening in a Group Setting, Group Management, Recording for Facilitated Meetings, Time Management, Priority Setting, and Force Field Analysis.
The workshop will be presented by Dr. Tina Nabatchi, who is Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration and International Affairs.
The workshop is FREE and OPEN to all! Light breakfast provided with Lunch catered by Appethaizing!
To register for this training, please send an email to email@example.com that includes the following information:
1) Your status: student, staff, faculty, community member
2) Your office/department/agency/organization
3) Any dietary limitations or restrictions
We look forward to seeing you!
The mission of the CMC is to help individuals understand the fundamentals of conflict transformation theory develop the skills to transform conflict into opportunity, and empower themselves to apply these skills.
The CMC is a project of the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC). Visit PARCC and the CMC on the web at www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc_cmc The CMC may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact to request accommodations