New Skills in Changing Times for Educators and Developers

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New Skills in Changing Times for Educators and Developers

Time: May 13, 2011 from 12pm to 3:45pm
Location: Roots and Shoots Charity
Street: Walnut Tree Walk
City/Town: London SE11 6DN
Phone: 0777 923 5566
Event Type: pre-agm, amed, event
Organized By: Belina Raffy
Latest Activity: May 4, 2011

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Explore the skills that matter more and those that will be left behind as leaders in organisations take a fresh look at what’s needed in a complex, stressed national and international economy.

 

Discover how developers and facilitators can take advantage of a solutions-focused perspective that puts a premium on new strategic thinking, more constructive performance conversations and an improvisational slant on responding to change.  Learn takeaway skills for getting more of what you want from your next meetings with clients and colleagues.

 

Lunch is included.  Investment: £20 for AMED Members/£25 for networkers and others.  Book/rsvp by 6 May by clicking here or by Linda Williams.  Let us know of any dietary requirements.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

This special workshop is immediately before our AGM.  Why not stay for the AGM and help us build a better AMED. Click here for AGM details.

 

Paul Z Jackson is an inspirational consultant and trainer, whose workshops involving improvisation, solutions focus and accelerated learning are always useful, provocative and amusing.  paul@impro.org.uk

 

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