Without facilitation, a meeting can easily become a waste of everyone's time. A facilitated approach is better because, simply, facilitation works better for establishing and maintaining the meeting process. A facilitator acts to keep the focus on the meeting process, monitor how the discussion runs, and encourage participation and productivity from all members of the group. The team-structured workplace undertakes many process and performance improvement initiatives. Every group of participants and team members is different, with varied backgrounds and levels of experience. This diversity requires someone to be responsive to participants' different needs and learning styles. The role of a team facilitator can be significant to the level of success in a variety of different ways. This intensive all-day class is designed to help attendees:
Identify the basic types of facilitation.
Determine when facilitation should and/or should not be used.
Learn the facilitator's roles and responsibilities.
Identify the four levels of empowerment teams may have.
Use appropriate questioning techniques with team leaders and team members.
Identify best facilitation techniques for working with teams vs. working with groups.
Identify appropriate facilitator approaches to use in each phase of team development.
This class will cover the basics of animation in Flash, with an emphasis on Flash concepts and functionality. Experience with other types of Adobe software is a plus, though not a requirement for taking this class. During this course we will cover the following topics:
This course will provide Supervisors with information about personality differences and how to understand those differences while increasing department productivity. Through various activities, Supervisors will learn how to flex to different communication styles and discover ways to deal with challenging behaviors.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
Import data into Access from a text file
Import data into Access from Excel
Import data into Access from another Access database
Link a table to another Access database
Export data to a text file
Export data to Excel
Export data to Word
Capture a snapshot of a query or report
Use Excel data features to aid importing and exporting
This course will be instructed using Office 2010 at our McVey location, but the content is compatible with Office 2007. This course is instructed using Office 2007 at all UK HealthCare training locations.