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Collaborative Decision Making

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Collaborative Decision Making

Learn skills to collaborate effectively to improve team decision making processes during this interactive, two-hour virtual workshop.

Date Ended:
October 11, 2022

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Upcoming Event

Collaborate Effectively to Improve Decision Making While Developing Team Buy-in

Price:

$75

Free

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Event Date:
October 11, 2022
End Date:
October 11, 2022

Collaborate effectively to improve decision-making while developing team buy-in. During this workshop, participants will develop the skills and strategies to:

  • Design inclusive, engaging decision-making processes
  • Translate in-person conversations to the virtual space
  • Generate and prioritize ideas

Participants will also gain experience in:

  • Using Jamboard, a free collaboration tool
  • Determining who should be “at the table”
  • Identifying opportunities for collaboration
  • Generating buy-in and engagement

Schedule

This two-hour workshop will be delivered online via one, two-hour session on October 11, 7-9 pm ET.

Note: This is not a webinar. Our online sessions are lively and interactive, so come prepared to participate (with your camera on, to the extent possible).

Who Should Attend

We hope to engage an interprofessional, intergenerational, and diverse audience. If you have a passion for healthcare and an interest in Relational Leadership, you will fit right in!

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Registration

The fee for the two-hour, online workshop is $75.

Scholarships: Cost should not be a barrier to your participation. Scholarships are available for students, trainees, and members of community-based organizations. Please register here if you are requesting a scholarship.

We ask that all attendees register individually. Thank you.

Learn skills to collaborate effectively to improve team decision making processes during this interactive, two-hour virtual workshop.

Contact us to learn more about our programs.

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