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Webinar: Building a Strong Team: Strategies to Foster Trust, Reduce Stress, and Promote Well-being
Thursday, August 20, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
Category: Webinars

ADRP Webinar:

Building a Strong Team: Strategies to Foster Trust, Reduce Stress, and Promote Well-being

Thursday, August 20, 2020
10:00 – 11:00 AM PST

Cost:
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $75

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Full participation in the ADRP 2020 Webinar Series
is equivalent to 12 points (one point per webinar) of Education credit
for the CFRE International application for certification and/or re-certification.


About the Webinar

Do you feel disconnected from your team? Is the tension between team members, feelings of being siloed, or breakdowns in communication, adding to more stress on your plate? If you crave healthier relationships among the members of your team and community, want to create a sense of calm and well-being for yourself, and cultivate respect and compassion, then this session is for you. MIT Open Learning’s development team members will share strategies they practice, drawing on the work of systems design thinking and socioemotional learning, to cultivate compassion and understanding among their team. The benefits of this practice include: building more trust and patience within your team, increasing your sensitivity to each other, improving your listening skills, reducing stress, building an overall culture of respect, kindness, and interconnectedness–and ultimately a strong team.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Exercises to build respect, better listening, and patience with your team members
  2. Understand the underlying issues behind problematic situations and systems
  3. Introduce and practice compassion and empathy for a higher-performing team

Yvonne Ng, MIT Open Learning
Yvonne Ng drives the sustainability programs for MIT OpenCourseWare and MITx and also manages stewardship efforts for all support to MIT Open Learning. She’s worked in the communications and marketing fields since 2000. She holds a BA in Spanish and Anthropology from Bowdoin College.

Lana Cook, MIT Open Learning
Lana Cook manages strategic initiatives and major gift conversations at MIT Open Learning. She’s worked in education since 2003, wearing a number of hats from university teaching and administration to experience in libraries, archives, and research in the humanities. She holds a BA in English and Philosophy from University of New Hampshire and a PhD in English from Northeastern University.


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