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The Essence of an Effective Team

21 June | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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$50.00

This workshop explores the key components that contribute to the essence of an effective team. Including communication methods & strategies, conflict styles and conflict resolution skills and strategies, that can be implemented in our everyday workplace practices guided by an ethical approach.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify key components that contribute to an effective team
  • Explore conflict styles and communication and how these can both support an effective team.
  • Understand the importance of an ethical approach to support an effective and professional work environment
  • Reflecting on our own practices for continuous improvement

Training Presenter: Kirralea Lyneham | Children First Training

Kirralea is a genuine advocate for the wellbeing of children, specialising in training child protection, children’s health & safety, guiding & supporting children’s behaviour and wellbeing. She lives and breathes early childhood education and it shines in her training.

Working as both a Trainer and Educator, she loves bringing her training to life with real and current experiences to support the learning of educators.

Kirralea has 25 years experience in the Early Childhood sector as an ECT, Manager and Director in Long Day Care and Preschool services – including working in a remote community on Magnetic Island in North Queensland. She has also enjoyed teaching at TAFE NSW and Open Colleges as both a Trainer and Assessor.

 

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Date:
21 June
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$50.00
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