Strategies for Effective Leadership Part 2 (Communication, Coaching, and Care)
October 4 - 6, 2022
Registration Status: OPEN
Registration Ends: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Part 2 – Communication, Coaching, and Care. This training uses proven research to help rehabilitation professionals develop the tools and support they need in the workplace to communicate more effectively, work together more productively, and become the positive, energetic leader they need to be in order to thrive in the workplace.
Strategies for Leadership Part 2 is a virtual training.
- Communication and Feedback (Oct 4) - Communication is one of the most critical tools of success. When you understand what type of approach to leadership you use, you can then work on improving your communication. Participants learn how to provide resources, environments, and opportunities that support clarity in communication. Participants discuss feedback and review findings from their 360 assessment.
- The Role of the Manager as a Coach (Oct. 5) - For leaders who are accustomed to tackling performance problems by telling people what to do, coaching is not as easy as you think. Coaching empowers your team, fosters accountability, and focuses on action. In this session, participants discuss the role of the manager as both a leader and coach in the workplace, and how to better engage team members.
- Leadership, Self-Care, and Your Future (Oct. 6) - Participants explore the importance of developing a personal leadership plan for themselves and for their futures, explore elements of self-care, and review the resources, environments, and opportunities that support their long-term professional growth.
After enrolling, participants must complete the DiSC Leadership Styles Assessment. Through the training, participants will
- Identify their greatest contributions to their workplaces
- Understand what motivates and energizes them at work
- Learn tools for improving their team’s motivation and accountability
- Identify stressors, and develop an understanding of how to better respond to conflict
- Improve interpersonal communication, including how to better relate to other leadership styles
- Identify future aspirations, and develop a plan for personal improvement
- $299 (Part 2)
- Part 1: September 27, 28, 29, 2022
- Part 2: October 4, 5, 6, 2022
- 10 am – 11:30 am Central Time
- Each session provides 1.5 CRC (General Hours)
Robin Freeman, Ed.D. serves as the Director of the University of Arkansas CURRENTS, a nationally recognized training and consultation center, a position she has held since 2016. Robin is a trained scholar and practitioner of instructional leadership and educational programs for adult learners across diverse developmental stages. She is holds a Doctorate in Adult and Lifelong Learning, and has research interests in transition age youth, disability, poverty, race, ethnicity, diversity, and leadership. She has a Master’s in Public Administration, a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, and a BA in Journalism. She is also a certified trainer in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace.