Facilitated Brainstorming & Graphic Facilitation

Diane Kehoe Community & Organizational Supports, Employment & Transition

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Date: October 8, 2020
Time: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.

Allison Smale – KenCrest Services

 

Length: 1 hr. 15 min.

The human services field is bursting with opportunities to collaborate with internal and external partners, but how do you bring people together in positive, effective, and creative ways; ensuring full participation and buy-in? This interactive session will focus on how to utilize Facilitated Brainstorming and Graphic Facilitation in meetings and as planning tools, while supporting successful employment outcomes  You will have the opportunity to participate in a live facilitated brainstorming session and practice skills using these tools on your side of the virtual session screen. We encourage you to have some blank paper or a sketch pad on hand as well as a few markers in order to practice skills during the session.

Alli Smale is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and has worked for KenCrest for 20 years helping youth and adults attain their career goals in the community and supporting them to develop self-advocacy and leadership skills. Currently, she is the Director of Employment and Community Participation. Alli enjoys developing new strategies for assisting people to build social capital and full participation in their communities. She has recently presented on transition topics and social capital building at the National APSE conference, the International Project SEARCH conference, the PA Conference on Transition, and the Alliance DSP conference. She is a graduate of the National Leadership Consortium at the University of Delaware and is a Certified Employment Support Professional. Alli recently completed her Masters in Community Based Education & Leadership at Stevenson University and has developed a regional time back supporting Southeastern PA called Good Neighbors Time Bank.

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