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Essentials Conference

 

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Registration closes July 31, 2020

 

 

 

7 hours of CE, including 1 hour of Ethics

 

Registration fees:

NASW Members $125    Not yet a member?  $250

 

(NASW members outside of North Carolina can have their membership confirmed by emailing education.naswnc@socialworkers.org)

 

Social workers are leaders in all realms of life: as employees, supervisors, family members, and community volunteers. Leadership is not about title, but about personal actions. Come and intentionally identify what is important to YOU and focus your time and energy on your priorities. At this highly interactive conference, Social Workers will learn about the Leading ME Principles; receive up to one hour of a leadership ethics component using the NASW Code of Ethics; and develop a Leadership Action Plan using the Producktivity® Principles. This training includes two (2) 1-hour group coaching sessions after the conference to provide supportive accountability and help you reach your measurable goals.

 

Delivery Modality

Interactive training will be conducted using Zoom. A webcam and reliable Internet connection is required to participate.

 

Schedule

8:15-8:30am

Zoom Room open to Participants

8:30-8:40am

NASW Welcome, Introductions & Housekeeping Announcements

8:40-9:40am

Leading ME Principles℠ Overview

9:40-9:50am

Morning Break

9:50-11:00am

Authentic Leadership: Theory for Practice

11:00-11:10am

Self-Care Stretch

11:10-12:30pm

Leading ME Principles℠ [includes leading with NASW Code of Ethics]

12:30-1:15pm

Lunch Break

1:15-2:20pm

Self-Care Starts with ME℠ [includes leading through a pandemic]

2:20-2:30pm

Self-Care Stretch

2:30-3:25pm

Time Management & Producktivity®

3:25-4:25pm

Leadership Action Plans [includes individual self-care stretch]

4:20-4:30pm

Final Reflections & NASW Wrap-Up

4:30pm

Adjourn

 

Coaching with Accountability Follow-up Sessions

September 4, 2020, 12noon-1pm Eastern

October 2, 2020, 12noon-1pm Eastern

 

Successful Participant Checklist

+  Download the Workbook prior to the training. (Participants will receive the Workbook via PDF by August 3.)

+  Test Internet connection, Webcam, and sound prior to the training.

+  Secure time and space – treat this time as if you are attending an in-person training.

+ Fully charge computer equipment and have electrical cord plugged in throughout the training.

+  Communicate with other persons in the office/household that you will be using an Internet connection during the training. Friendly reminder: if others are streaming movies, playing video games and participating in video conferencing meetings—this may disrupt your Internet service.

+ Have access to a mobile device/telephone, if you need to call into the telephone line.

+ Bring a copy of the Workbook, writing utensil, and post-it notes.

+ Come to the training with a positive attitude, ready to learn and grow—professionally and personally.

+  Safety FIRST: Driving is NOT allowed while attending the training session.

 

Presenters

Becky Schwartz Corbett, MSW, ACSW is a national speaker, trainer, and executive coach in intentional growth, leadership development, and Producktivity®. She is the author of The Bridge to Hope & Healing®; President & CEO of BSCorbett Consulting; a John Maxwell Team Certified Coach, Speaker, and Teacher; a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers; and Career Services Consultant for The University of Alabama School of Social Work. Becky is fiercely dedicated to inspiring people to lead and helping communities, organizations, and individuals move ideas to action.

 

Shantel Sullivan, Ed.D, LCSW is a national speaker and trainer, and the lead therapist at MindPath Care Centers Addiction Recovery Center. She earned her MSW; graduate certificate in addiction counseling; and Doctor of Educational Leadership with a concentration in transformative leadership from The University of New England. Shantel is a part-time instructor for NC State University School of Social Work. She draws from her 15 years of experience in program development, rural community advocacy, and change management to address chronic disease and health disparities.

 

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Questions or Concerns:

Contact NASW-NC Director of Professional Development: education.naswnc(at)socialworkers.org


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