Explore how effective professional communication between educators builds a positive culture, assists continuous improvement and can be effective in preventing and resolving conflict in the workplace.

The workshop will look at how we can better support one another and how to understand our differences. We will explore examples of communication breakdowns in your service, look at processes for resolving issues, and provide practical strategies you can implement for immediate results.

Communication and Effective Teams


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Introduction to Business Planning

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