In a stressful year like 2020, there’s a tendency to focus on everything that went wrong. Instead, let’s take a moment to put a spotlight on what went well this past year! During this webinar, you’ll learn how to define the professional strengths you brought to your work and explore newly developed skills that you wish to carry into 2021.
In this hour-long session, you’ll understand how you can apply the thought process of Appreciative Inquiry to both you and your team. This theory shows us how to look at the situations and circumstances in our world that went well and assess the associated conditions that made them successful. Identifying what is working helps create the energy, focus and momentum needed to bring that success heartily into the future. Come and learn more about this exciting approach to life and work.
During this webinar, you will:
- Define the professional strengths you were able to cultivate in 2020;
- Explore any new skills that had a chance to express themselves in the stress of 2020; and
- Learn how to articulate your skills for professional development and future success.
The program will be facilitated by Jim Ognibene of Visioneer Consulting.
About Jim Ognibene, M.Ed:
Jim is a People Enabler, Workshop Leader, Career Coach, Facilitator, Learning Catalyst, and Consultant. His passion is helping both individuals and organizations set and reach personal and professional goals. Jim has been deeply immersed in the field of Organizational and Talent Development for over two decades. He and his team have designed leadership development, teambuilding, change management and team building facilitations while Jim has personally delivered over 1,300 professional development workshops. Jim loves being a part of the Providers’ Council community. He enjoys being in a training room (actual or virtual) with so many kind, thoughtful caregivers. Jim says, “Leading workshops with Providers’ Council members and friends is rewarding knowing I am enabling those who are enabling others; that is a good feeling.” Jim has one goal, to help you be your best! Jim has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing from George Mason University, Virginia and a Master of Education in Instructional Design from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.