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Zoom Live Webinar with Raelene Ostberg

Collaborating with Families 3: Navigating Conflicts and Cultural Differences

Discover methods to collaboratively and comfortably resolve conflicts and caregiving differences when sharing the care of young children with others.

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Collaborating with Families 3: Navigating Conflicts and Cultural Differences
Collaborating with Families 3: Navigating Conflicts and Cultural Differences

Date and Time

Mar 22, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Zoom Live Webinar with Raelene Ostberg

Event Details

*YOU CHOOSE - Take Part 1 , 2 or 3 or ALL three for a huge discount, a toolbox FULL of strategies, and six approved training hours!)

In the series, you will discover strategies to help build a relationship that will help you thrive amidst difficulty and the inevitable challenges that come up when educating and sharing the care of young children. Join us on March 8th, 15th and 22nd.

During this engaging live online webinar, you will

  • Gain strategies to collaboratively and comfortably resolve conflicts and caregiving differences 
  • Delve into how cultural differences and how opposing values may be fueling the conflicts
  • Discover methods to address issues that come up, work through differences, and set boundaries in a way that empowers families and leaves all parties feelings respected and valued.

Visit the website to see all upcoming courses and on-demand anytime learning opportunities!  - https://www.thriving-together.com/webinars

If you need any assistance registering or have questions,  simply reach out to Krista, Administrative Director at: admin@thriving-together.com

We hope you can join us for this fun and informative learning opportunity!

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Series Information

Part 1: It's All About Relationships (March 8th).  Learn strategies to build a rewarding relationship with families that will ensure they remain open to your feedback and stay committed to working together through challenges and concerns. The reality is, working with others to educate and care for young children can be difficult, especially when families show up distracted and stressed, don't check in, linger at goodbye time, or do not follow program rules or guidelines. Collect easy-to-apply communication techniques that will help you achieve positive outcomes for the family and your program. Increase the rewards you experience in your work as you foster bonded connections that last amidst difficulties and help weather the inevitable challenges that come up.

(Minnesota) Approved for KCF III: Relationships with Families (2 Hours)

(New York) Approved for Family and Community Relationship (2 Hours)

Part 2:  Communicating Concerns and Challenges (March 15th) - Gain strategies to effectively and comfortably discuss concerns and challenging behaviors with families. Collect methods to set the stage for these conversations before concerns arise. Identify tips and specific helpful language that will turn these potentially awkward or tense conversations into comfortable and collaborative discussions. Apply the tools learned to common real-life scenarios. You will increase your confidence and ease with having sensitive conversations and ensure the discussions keep others open to your insight, increase family buy-in, and help maintain your important relationship with families.

(Minnesota) Approved for KCF III: Relationships with Families (2 Hours)

(New York) Approved for Family and Community Relationship (2 Hours)

Part 3:  Navigating Conflicts, Cultural Dynamics, and Differences in Caregiving Practices (March 22nd) - Learn a process to collaboratively and comfortably resolve conflicts and caregiving differences that inevitably come up when sharing the care and education of young children. The way adults educate and provide care for children is driven by personal goals, values, and culture. Explore how cultural differences and opposing values can fuel conflict. Discover methods to address issues that come up, work through differences, and set boundaries in a way that empowers parents and leaves all parties feelings respected and valued. Increase the likelihood families will be on your team through difficult discussions and differences in child-rearing approaches and ensure success for your program and the families you work with.

(Minnesota) Approved for KCF III: Relationships with Families (2 Hours)

(New York) Approved for Family and Community Relationship (2 Hours)

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FAQ:

  • Are the collaborating with families trainings approved in Develop and Aspire? YES! All of our courses, whether live, on-demand, or in person, are approved by Develop/MNCPD-Achieve. The collaborating with families trainings are also approved in Aspire as a Quality Assured training
  • How long does Develop/Aspire entry take? Develop/Aspire entry occurs within 1 business day after you finish the course survey.
  • Do you offer a discount for groups? Yes! If you sign up five or more, we give an additional 10% of the series rate.

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You will also LOVE the Collaborating with Families Series online learning experience! 100% of attendees recommended this series!

Series Feedback:

  • "This training helps expand your thoughts and knowledge about different cultural dynamics and caregiving practices. In addition, how to apply this to their everyday routine in the classroom and when speaking with the child's families." Morgan E., EC Director
  • "You were amazingly well-prepared and knowledgeable.  And you certainly practiced what you preached in being positive and considerate of our feelings as you engaged." - Laura G., Preschool Teacher
  • "Very informative with valuable resources and engagement." - Becca B., Preschool Teacher
  • "I really enjoyed the webinar and have found every course I have taken by Raelene to be helpful and meaningful." - Jessica C., Childcare Provider
  • "All teachers and helpers in the classroom need this!" 
  • "The training was worth my time and the trainer was very attentive and responsive." - Carly C., Preschool Teacher
  • "Gives you a clear path on how to effectively go about conflict with families." - Caitlin N., - Preschool Teacher
  • "This is well worth your time when we are as a culture experiencing so many conflicts in our social spheres." - Emma R., Preschool Teacher

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Technology Information

Worried about the tech?

  • If you are new to Zoom Webinars, we can set up a time, prior to the day of the webinar, to go over any questions or concerns you might have. Simply reach out to Krista, Administrative Director at: admin@thriving-together.com
  • Join us for a free 10 minute "ZOOM Webinar Essentials" to help you get to know the online environment and get the most out of your learning experience!  Simply join your classroom 15 minutes prior to the webinar.
  • To find out more about this wonderful online learning format, view this video!

These interactive live webinars are offered through Zoom Webinar.  You simply need

  • Download the "Zoom Client for Meetings" App at https://zoom.us/download
  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth (you will not need a webcam or microphone as you will not be seen or heard)  - To find out more about this wonderful online learning format, view this video!

You will not be seen or heard, so you do not need a microphone or video/webcam capability. Mostly just an internet connected device (works great on desk top, lap top, or tablet/Ipad!)

During this live, easy and engaging learning format, you will

  • Have fun learning while you gain useful strategies you can use today with the young children you care for.
  • Hear an engaging live presentation by Raelene Ostberg, Master Trainer and Founder of Thriving Together, on a live webcam with an insightful powerpoint presentation.
  • Participate in interactive polls, chats, and a problem-solving session.
  • Lower your stress, increase your success, and enhance your joy while caring for young children
  • NOTE: *You will not be seen or heard (so you can even be in your pjs!)

We look forward to learning with you!

Tickets

  • Part 3 on March 22nd only

    This ticket includes "Collaborating with Families Part 3 - Collaborating with Families 3: Navigating Conflicts and Different Cultural Dynamics" on March 22nd from 6:30-8:30pm.

    $25.00

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