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The Basics of Conducting Effective and Inclusive Meetings

  • 21 Sep 2017
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Center for Change, 612 W. Main Street, Suite 200

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Building Participatory, Collaborative Meetings

Note: This training is 90 minutes.

Why do some meetings leave you feeling like everyone contributed their insights, and other meetings do not? Join the Center for Community Stewardship to learn some tools and techniques for effectively engaging all of your participants. We'll talk about reasons meetings aren't as participatory as they could be, and discuss a variety or tools, structures, and philosophies that can help you make your meetings more collaborative and more fun.


This session is co-taught by Lisa Dugdale, Haywood Simmons, and Bert Stitt.


Lisa Dugdale is the Program Director at the Center for Community Stewardship. Before working with C4CS, she started and ran a nonprofit in Ann Arbor, MI. She has over 15 years of nonprofit consulting experience in the areas of facilitation, meeting coaching, program evaluation, needs assessments, and leadership coaching. She has a Master's Degree in Social Work and Public Policy from the University of Michigan, and completed coach training with Martha Beck Institute. 



This training is possible because of a generous sponsorship from M3 Insurance



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