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This interactive day is the fundamental introduction to the theory and basic tools of reflective practice. Each participant will be invited to explore important reflective practice questions such as:
Competent practitioners are skilled professionals with a solid foundation in knowledge and skills. However, achieving excellence in practice requires an additional element—the ability to use their beliefs, values and theories to shape their actions. Effective practitioners understand how these beliefs and values influence their perception of their clients’ needs and concerns. The result is the ability to guide practice decisions with purpose and clarity, the key to excellence in practice.
The workshop is for:
Thursday, October 23rd from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Champlain College, Morgan Room in Aiken Hall
The cost of the event is $100 for non-students, $50 for students.
Michael Lang is the 2012 recipient of the ACR John Haynes Distinguished Mediator award. He is co-author of “The Making of a Mediator: and is internationally recognized as a trainer and master of artful practice. In addition to his work as a mediator, Michael is an organizational consultant. He is a leading thinker and author on Reflective Practice. His workshops are highly sought after by those seeking to advance their practice to a new level of artistry.