May 10, 2022
9:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. PDT
May 24, 2022 (Optional Strategy Session)
9:00 – 10:00 A.M. PDT
This training is full. If you’d like to be added to waitlist for the next time it will be offered, please contact CalTrin.
This workshop provides leadership tools and skills to increase personal and group ownership in the workplace. Participants will learn the principles of the Accountability Culture Model (ACM) to increase personal accountability for obligations and people. The optional Strategy Session will support learners to plan next steps for using the tools and implementing learned techniques tools.
- Assess the effectiveness of mindset, attitude, and skills regarding accountability
- Use accountability workshop tools to distinguish how tasks are prioritized to meet group, team, or department goals
- Increase personal accountability for obligations and people by applying the principles of the Accountability Culture Model (ACM)
Who should attend: Staff in leadership roles and/or emerging leaders in family resource centers, child abuse prevention councils, and other child and family-serving organizations.
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
- This will be an interactive training with breakout rooms. We encourage participants to have their cameras on and come prepared to engage.
- By registering for a CalTrin training, you consent to be added to the CalTrin mailing list. This ensures that you receive notifications about the training(s) for which you are registered. You will also receive 2 CalTrin Connect newsletters each month.
- This workshop has limited space and may have a waiting list. In addition, selected participants will receive training materials in the mail ($99 value). For this reason, participants that are selected are expected to attend the workshop. Participants who do not attend training and do not contact CalTrin in advance may not be selected for future application-based small group workshops within the next 6 months.
MEET THE SPEAKER
As a Training Coordinator and Facilitator for CalTrin, Jessica’s primary goal is to ensure staff, administrators, and stakeholders working in child abuse prevention services have access to quality training and resources. Her work in the area of Training and Development has focused on designing, implementing, and facilitating engaging and interactive learning programs. Jessica has a passion for public speaking and creating a safe and engaging learning environment.