COSA Webinar: How to Manage Difficult Professional and Personal Situations During COVID-19

Good Afternoon, Colorado Parks & Recreation Association (CPRA) would like to share the following opportunity with COSA Members. Details are listed below but you can also register by clicking HERE. Feel free to contact Allison Kincaid with any questions.

Join us Sep. 9th!
Learn How to Manage Difficult Professional & Personal Situations During COVID-19
Wednesday, September 9, 1:00 PM MT
Join us for this timely webinar on how to hone the essential skills needed to navigate the difficult situations we find ourselves in at work and in our personal lives during the pandemic!

Learn techniques to build better relationships and manage problematic behavior:
Build your confidence, better understand social cues, polish your approach, and learn proven deescalation techniques with this empathetic and educational experience.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Five things your organization can do to increase compliance with public health measures
  • Three types of people who don’t wear masks
  • A three-step strategy for getting people to wear masks (and social distance) without unnecessary conflict
  • Steps your organization can take to prevent problems
  • Strategies for addressing problems
  • 0.1 CEUs available

Not able to attend the live webinar?
A link to the recording will be sent to you and will be available for 1 week after the live event.

Presented by Ryan Dowd, Chief Empathy Officer, Homeless Training Institute
Ryan Dowd has spent most of his career running a large homeless shelter outside of Chicago. In addition, he trains organizations around the globe how to compassionately manage problematic behavior.

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