Starting Friday, February 22nd, 2019 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM 
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9140 SW Pioneer Ct
Training Room 3
Wilsonville, OR 97070

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Susan Zundel
OregonASK Master Trainer

Leadership in Afterschool 2019 Series 

Leadership in Afterschool is a training series for afterschool professionals in leadership and supervisory roles. In this series participants will develop and share leadership skills in a learning community of like-minded, mission-driven youth workers who want to lead happy, successful teams. Each workshop can be take individually or in series and will offer 2 hours of Oregon Registry Set 2 credits. 

Each Training will take place from 10am-12pm at OregonASK or can be accessed virtually as well. Scholarships available for staff working in licensed facilities - contact Susan.Zundel@oregonask.org to inquire. 

February 22nd: Leadership in Afterschool: Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence is the ability to reason with and about emotions. It is critical to the success of youth programs that the adults leading programs have solid emotional intelligence skills. In this session we will examine emotional intelligence, and explore the skills associated with it & how our skills as adults impact the students in our programs. CKC: Personal & Professional Leadership Development

March 8th: Leadership in Afterschool: Staff are People
We can’t run programs without staff. They are an essential component of an afterschool program. In this session we will explore ways to support, acknowledge, and retain staff by following the 3 Ps of Leadership - People, Purpose, and Process. CKC: Program Management

March 22nd: Leadership in Afterschool: Delegation
Being a leader in an afterschool program doesn’t mean you have to do everything yourself. In this session we will explore ways to delegate tasks with clear expectations and accountability measures so your whole team has more ownership in the running of the program. CKC: Program Management

April 5th: Leadership in Afterschool: Giving and Receiving Feedback 
We can find a lot of ways to grow personally and professionally by working in an afterschool program. That growth is enhanced in a program culture that values two-way feedback. In this session we will examine the benefits of effective feedback and explore strategies for giving and receiving meaningful feedback. CKC: Program Management

April 26th: Employee Wellness for Afterschool Providers 
In this session participants will explore the importance of taking care of oneself, physically and mentally. Participants will examine the effects of what we do for ourselves on a chemical level and how it translates to how we function in the afterschool environment with additional stressors of children, parents, and overall situation. CKC: Health, Safety, Nutrition