Free Community Improvement Workshops
Do you want to learn how to capitalize on your natural leadership skills? Would you like to learn how you can run an effective meeting? Do you want to learn how to safely settle arguments and disputes?
If the answer is yes, then join us for the free interactive Community Improvement workshops at 440 N. Broad Street, (Broad and Spring Garden) in Philadelphia.
The Coalition in collaboration with Professional Networking Associates will present a series of Community Improvement workshops. These interactive workshops will focus on developing the capacity of individuals, organizations and businesses to manage, themselves and their business and social relationships.
Running an Effective Community Meeting
Tuesday, April 26, 2011, 6 pm – 8 pm, School District Bldg, 440 Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
This training is facilitated by Michael Rice, Trainer and Community Engagement Specialist for the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.
Participants will learn the basics of running an effective meeting. The workshop will cover agenda setting, facilitator techniques, minutes taking, redirecting meeting detractors and obtaining outcomes. This workshop is essential for anyone who facilitates meeting with outcomes
Thursday, April 28, 2011, 6 pm – 8 pm, School District Bldg, 440 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
This training is facilitated by Ken Houston, trainer and consultant.
In this workshop, participants will learn “what conflict is and how to resolve it”. They will learn their conflict style and understand and use this knowledge to build better relationships. Community leaders will learn to manage their staff and volunteers more effectively. They will learn techniques how to resolve issues between individuals and groups.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in building their capacity as a leaders of an organization, agency or business. Individuals seeking to improve their individual and organizational skills.
Space is limited, so register today at:
The Coalition, Inc. is a collective of organizations and persons who have already demonstrated their individual commitment to finding and implementing solutions to the ills that plague our communities, working to eradicate homelessness, violence, poverty, hunger, unemployment, and hopelessness in our communities, while promoting education, fair housing, youth development, a safe sane environment and maintaining a green attitude.
The Coalition promotes inter-organizational cooperation and collaboration, while hosting workshops and events designed to improve their efficiency and effectiveness.