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Upcoming Caregiver Development Classes

Published February 2, 2015

Four different classes, designed to improve your leadership skills, have been scheduled over the next several months.

Here are the details:

Crucial Conversations for Leaders: beginning April 13 in Everett: This is a three-day series of classes developed to help everyone in an organization learn how to identify when a conversation turns crucial and develop the skills to manage those conversations more effectively.

Crucial Accountability for Leaders: February 4 and 5 in Renton or May 18 and 19 in Everett: This is a two-day course that gives participants a straightforward, step-by-step process for identifying and resolving performance gaps. It is meant for individuals who have not completed the Crucial Conversations class, or for individuals who completed Crucial Conversations more than 12 months ago. Crucial Accountability is a new course that takes the place of Crucial Confrontations.

Emotional Intelligence for Leaders: March 11 in Everett: This popular one-day class improves your ability to understand and manage emotions in yourself and others and create a development plan to enhance your skills over time.  This class includes a self-assessment as pre-work.

Personalysis Orientation: February 27 or April 17 in Everett: This four-hour class is open to all caregivers. If you would like to register for this class, you can do so in HealthStream. Please remember that you must complete the Personalysis Online Assessment before you attend an orientation class. Information about ordering a Personalysis Assessment can be found online. You can read detailed information about Personalysis here.

You may register for any of these classes in HealthStream. Please note that all Leadership Development classes are in HealthStream for all locations, so if you are in another state or ministry, please search by courses in the HealthStream catalog to find a class near you. If you have questions about these classes, or how to find training in your area, please contact Kerissa Potter