Problem Solving – What You Bring to the Table

Problem Solving – What You Bring to the Table

Problem Solving – What You Bring to the Table

A workshop designed to explore how you can rely on your existing knowledge and skills to address problematic moments.

About this Event
This workshop is designed to encourage you to reflect on what you already know and how you bring that prior learning into a problem-solving moment. Based on scenarios (where there really is no wrong answer) we’ll be exploring how you can pull together different sections of your experiential knowledge. Through group discussion we’ll map out a range of ways of addressing problematic moments in both the short and longer term.

 

Date: Tuesday, 12 May
Time: Start: 3 p.m. / Finish: 4:30 p.m.
How? via Synod’s ‘Zoom’
video conferencing service
Cost: Free of charge
Registration: via Eventbrite
Facilitator(s): Guy de Villiers

 

Connect with Zoom

This workshop will be conducted via the Zoom video conference platform.

  • After your workshop registration has been received, you will receive a calendar invitation to join the workshop which contains an internet link which will become operational from 3 p.m. Tuesday, 12 May.
  • At the time you click on the link to join the video conference you will be prompted to download & install the Zoom software (if you don’t have it installed already). This will open the workshop video & audio on your screen.
  • If you’re unfamiliar with the procedure for joining a Zoom video conference, click here for a short (1 min) video tutorial.
  • If you don’t have access to a computer or a smartphone, you will also have the option of joining the workshop via telephone (details will be included in the calendar invitation).

 

Faciliated by Guy de Villiers
Educator, musician and researcher, Guy has navigated life journeys between three different countries mostly working in not-for-profit contexts. During that time he has explored how to build networks of problem solving solutions by developing a strong blend of coaching, mentoring and interpersonal skills applied to organisational theory in a business context. Currently Guy’s research interests lie in how faith organisations can respond to generational change – plenty of problems to consider in that space.

 

This is a Free webinar but spaces are limited – so please register now!

 

 

For more info
Contact umeinfo@nswact.uca.org.au if you have any queries or need any assistance with your registration or participation in this event.