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KCTCS OPDI: Building Relationships Institute

23 October 13 November 2015

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Relationships are very important in all facets of life. There are several types of relationships and this institute would focus on three main types: organizational, supportive and developmental.

*Organizational relationships – workshops would focus on such topics as employee relations, how to run effective meetings, conflict management, customer service, etc.

*Supportive relationships – workshops would focus on such topics as team building, mentoring (peer to peer, employee/supervisor, faculty to student, student to student), coaching, etc.

*Developmental relationships – workshops would focus such topics as cooperative learning, student engagement, best practices for student support services and personal development (know yourself assessments and applications), career development, etc.

The KCTCS Professional Development Peer Team and Office for Professional Development and Innovation are sponsoring three regional institutes on building relationships.

The topics and content for the institute will be the same at all locations. The Office for Professional Development and Innovation will cover the travel for presenters at all institutes. You are invited and encouraged to submit a presentation proposal to share your expertise with your colleagues at each of these institutes.

Proposals are due September 14. You will be notified by September 18.

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