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AUDIO CONFERENCE ON "FACILITATING: GETTING A GROUP TO WHERE THEY NEED
TO BE"

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Have you been asked to get a group of people together for a project,
planning or to sort through a problem? Have you ever led a meeting that
didn't quite go the way you have envisioned and wondered what went
wrong?  Then "Facilitating: Getting a Group to Where They Need To Be"
will be useful.  It is an audio conference in the Strategic
Conversations with Leaders Series from The Education Institute: The
learning programs of the APLA-BCLA-LAA-NSLA-OLA-SLA Partnership.  The
instructor is Rebecca Jones, co-founder and principal of the consulting
firm Dysart & Jones Associates.

BENEFITS OF PROGRAM
Lead by a sought-after practitioner, this session is filled with tips,
techniques and real world examples that will help you with your next
group meeting and process.

KEY TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE SESSION
Facilitation principles & techniques
Examples of facilitation dos & don'ts
Insights & ideas for your next group meeting

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE
Aimed at any information professionals who need to get groups of people
together to accomplish something - a project, meeting, or decision, this
session is relevant to all.

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION
Audio teleconference session supported by a handout.

SESSION DETAILS:
Time: Monday, April 11th, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m
Place: Training Room, Nova Scotia Provincial Library, 3770 Kempt Road,
Halifax
This session is free.
Parking is available in front of the building.

Please respond to Carol Morris at [log in to unmask] or by phone at
424-2477 if you would like to attend this session.

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